Curious where to find interesting architecture-related happenings in Los Angeles, or where other design-inclined folks are gathering in the Greater L.A. region? Let Archinect and Bustler help you out! We compiled a snappy list of engaging lectures, discussions, upcoming exhibitions and ongoing ones you might have not heard about yet, and other events around town worth knowing about.
Check back regularly so you don't miss out. Have a look at our Los Angeles recommendations for June 13-20.
The author of a new biography on Arbus will speak at the Getty about the legendary photographer's relationship to Los Angeles, creating her famous images of Disneyland, the Universal Studios lot, and Mae West's home. The event is Free, but RSVP is required.
Hang out at Materials & Applications this weekend for some mini-golf! TURF: A Mini-Golf Project comprises of the winning designs from the TURF competition that Materials & Applications held last year. Witness the unveiling of the one-of-a-kind mini-golf course, which plays with tropes about artificial terrains and fantastical architecture in La-La Land. The golf course will be open Thursday-Sunday until July 31.
The first in a series of three nights throughout the summer, this Saturday's Chinatown Summer Nights is sure to be a lot of fun. With great food options and DJ's, the event has been a hit in the past and should be again this year – "It's Chinatown," after all.
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