216 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, 90012
1:00pm to 8:00pm
Out with the old, and in with the brew! Join us at the Public House along with our friends from St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store, Raven Gypsies & Framework Law Group PC for a day of shopping, live music & giving back.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Our Principal Concertmaster Martin Chalifour is soloist in Suk's brilliant and rarely heard fantasy-concerto. Plus – mixing the familiar with the unfamiliar – the tense drama of Brahms’ Fourth.
Come for: Brahms’ dramatic Fourth Symphony, the work with which the LA Phil won its most recent Grammy.
And more: Our own Principal Concertmaster Martin Chalifour displays his virtuosity in Suk's Romantic reverie.
2800 Casitas Avenue, Los Angeles, 90039
4:00pm to 8:00pm
For Part 2 of his LA River Interpretive Signage Program, Rosten Woo has created a guided walk that leads viewers through the complete Bowtie Project, identifying specific points along the way. Visitors to the site borrow a pamphlet from the site and download an audio component that leads them to the numbered wood posts called out by Woo.
Dan Wuebben will speak about his project Power-Lined and the potential for power lines to become a source of beauty rather than blight. Dan is a writer and professor, currently teaching in the Writing Program at UC Santa Barbara.
Drinks and food cooked over the open campfire will be served following Dan's talk.
Over the course of the Bowtie Project Rosten Woo will create original signage that fits into the model of historical and natural interpretive signage of California State Parks. The signs will be didactic explanatory texts and diagrams describing some of the ecological and governmental processes happening on the Bowtie Project site. Four(4) signs will be installed throughout the duration of the Bowtie Project. Part 1 debuted at the LA River Campout #2 on October 18th 2014 and is currently on view at the Bowtie Project.
Rosten Woo is an artist, designer, writer, and educator living in Los Angeles. He makes things that help people understand complex systems, re-orient themselves to places, and participate in group decision-making. Most of what he makes is designed with a specific context and community in mind. Collaboration is his primary skill.
This project is generously supported by Project 51, Play the LA River.
800 W. Olympic Blvd, 800 W. Olympic Blvd, 0
5:00pm to 7:30pm
Tionne T-Boz Watkins and Friends will be hosting a special live, acoustic performance at the The GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE on April 19th. Donate $10 and you’ll get access to a live stream of this exclusive show. Pitch in $30 and you’ll receive a T-Boz T-shirt. A $50 spot gets you the T-Boz T-shirt and an autographed photo. $99 will get you in the door for the live show and if you’re really feeling generous, $199 will get you a ticket to the live show as well as a meet and great with T-boz.The red carpet and doors will open at 4:00 P.M. PST and the show will begin at 5:00 P.M PST so don't be late! Only 50 in-person tickets available, so act fast. Waterfalls not included.