Delirious LA Calendar December 6, 2010
UPCOMING LOS ANGELES AREA EVENTS:
Hilary Sample/MOS: Recent Work
Hilary Sample is a principal of MOS, which she leads together with co-founder Michael Meredith. Their office is an interdisciplinary practice engaging in architecture and design through an inclusive methodology of research, expansive collaboration and extensive experimentation. Their work develops through research ranging from typology, digital production, structure, material, program and use, to larger networks of social, cultural, and environmental consideration.
Wednedsday, Dec 8, 2010 – 7pm
W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
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2010 Annual SCDF Design Awards Event
The Annual SCDF Design Awards recognize the contributions and commitment of the business enviroment and the communities of Southern California. This year, the following Awards will be given to deserving projects: Commercial / Mixed Use Buildings Award, Institutional Buildings Award, Residential Buildings Award, Hospitality Design Award, Interiors Award, Unbuilt Concept / In Construction / On The Boards, Urban Design + Planning.
Tuesday December 14, 2010 – 7:15am to 9:00am
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AIA|LA 2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS INSTALLATION AND HOLIDAY PARTY
Hosted by SCI-ARC. Attendance is limited, please RSVP by December 9.
DECEMBER 16, 2010 6:30-8:30 PM
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AIA|LOS ANGELES ANNOUNCES CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR ARCH IS COMPETITION
The American Institute of Architects Los Angeles (AIA|LA) is pleased to announce a call for entries for the 2010 Arch Is competition. Only in its sophomore year, Arch Is is the newest addition to the AIA|Los Angeles’s growing roster of programs. The competition invites young architects and designers to share their portfolios and philosophies with an esteemed panel of judges. Two talented winners will be awarded with a public forum and the rare opportunity to share their perspective on what architecture is with the design community. The winner will also receive a cash award.
November 8 – December 17, 2010
Submit Your Space…for an Interior Architecture Committee Program
The AIA|LA Interior Architecture Committee (LAIAC) brings together architects, designers, vendors and related industry professionals through monthly programming.
In addition to the Committee’s famous annual events [1:2 Student Competition, Spring Tour, DMLA, Holiday Party], they also hold tours of venues to support their mission of increasing awareness of significant interior architecture within the greater Los Angeles area among the architecture and design community, as well as the supporting manufacturer, vendor and construction communities. LAIAC is in the process of planning their schedule for 2011 and invites you to submit your projects for consideration to be a tour destination. Remember, the space must feature significant interior architecture and design. Projects may be submitted prior to completion for consideration. If you would like to submit a space for tour consideration, please email relevant information and photos to email@example.com .
ONGOING LOS ANGELES AREA EVENTS:
Michael Whiting : Sculptures
Cabana Home, in collaboration with Edward Cella Art + Architecture, presents a solo exhibition of new steel sculptures by Southern California artist Michael Whiting. Constructed from welded steel and coated with bright automotive enamels, Whiting creates playful works inspired by the forms and imagery of early video gaming and computer graphics. Recognizing the extreme sparseness of forms inherent to the constraints of pixel-based technologies Whiting states, “In my visual experience Pac-man came before Donald Judd or Carl Andre. For me, Mondrian’s Broadway Boogie Woogie will always be an homage to Pac-man. My current work explores the visual connection between minimalism and early video games.”
November 15, through January 9, 2010
Monday through Saturday, 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
First Exhibition “Venice from then to now”
Yann Perreau is pleased to announce the opening of “Here is Elsewhere” gallery as part of “Design Loves Art” at Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles. “Here is Elsewhere” is a project space dedicated to exploring the hidden history that links artists from “Here” -So Cal- with artists from “Elsewhere”.
“Venice artists from then to now”, the first exhibition at the gallery, will open on November 18th at 5 pm. This group show will explore Venice Beach’s rich and radical art scene, from the 1960’s until now. When the Ferus Gallery opened, Venice was an affordable paradise for a community of artists, dealers, homeless, rock stars and Beat poets. This is the place where key figures of the Southern California art scene met to create their most experimental works. “I wouldn’t live anywhere else” explains Larry Bell who returned to his original studio on Pacific Avenue recently after years in Tao, New Mexico. Forty years after its pioneer time, Venice is now often seen as passé or cliché. It would have become gentrified, some kind of a touristic resort. It would have lost its soul.
Opening Reception on November 18th 2010. 5 – 8:30 pm
November 19 th -Jan 15 th 2010
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SCI-ARC LIBRARY GALLERY EXHIBITION: Jakob + MacFarlane ABOUT
The exhibition will feature drawings, renderings, and photographs of two projects currently under construction in France: the Orange Box in Lyon, and the FRAC Centre (Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain) in Orléans.
November 3 – December 12, 2010
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BROODWORK online series:
BROODWORK has kicked off a project series with Herman Miller’s Lifework online:
‘LIGHT FRAMES’, GAIL PETER BORDEN’S INSTALLATION
Los Angeles, CA – Architecture and landscape research center, Materials & Applications (M&A), welcomes Gail Peter Borden and his pair of towering structures which are being assembled over the course of three weekends by community participants. The opening, which will attract architecture and design enthusiasts from all over Southern California, is free and open to all.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16, 4PM – 6PM to mid-March, from 10am-10pm.
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