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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Save the Date: Weekend Edition

"Bloom" at Materials & Applications/Photo by Dylan Wood

Materials & Application in Silver Lake will host an opening reception for one of its most ambitious projects ever. “Bloom,”  a “thermo-bimetallic”  shade structure composed of 14,000 metallic pieces, changes shape in response to the sunlight (Let’s home there is a break in the clouds this weekend). Meanwhile, in Echo Park, Machine Project has turned its Alvarado Street storefront inside out, creating a “Storefront Plaza” that makes its debut on Saturday.

There are plenty of other art events this weekend, including the 19th Annual Arroyo Arts Collective Discovery Tour and the opening of a show featuring the work of artist John Souza.  Eagle Rock will celebrate its centennial with a gala  party, and there will be a  holiday bazaar and scholarship fundraiser in Elysian Valley. More to do in Save the Date.



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  1. what’s wrong with architecture when you can use “ambitious” and “shade structure” in the same sentence? how about some new ideas architects?

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