Design YOUR LA River!
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About the Event
Interested in art, design and in creating cool spaces?
In response to LARPAP’s Lewis MacAdams competition, the Elysian Valley Arts Collective is offering a 4-part workshop to learn what it takes to imagine a public art destination along your LA River. The workshop will help young artists participate in this exciting opportunity, and to compete for the special prize of $150 for emerging artists 18-years-old and younger. Together we’ll help you create a submission for the competition while exploring the fundamentals of design thinking and the fun of crafting an idea that’s uniquely yours!
The workshop is open to anyone 18-years-old and younger!
- Workshops will occur between June 8 - July 20
- A detailed schedule will be sent to participants
- (4) 1-hour classes held every week and a half
- (1) 15-minute one-on-one session with each student
- Time of workshop TBD
- Open to anyone under 18-years-old
- Class Will Be Conducted on Zoom
- Limited to 10 participants
- Access to a scanner
- Access to a computer
About the Instructor Hector Rodriguez is a Frogtown resident trained as an architect, having attended Arizona State University and the University of Oregon. Hector is excited to help guide the next generation of artists and designers as they discover the transformative power of design. Apart from designing homes, Hector likes to spend his free time gardening and taking walks along the LA riverpath.
Student agrees that the EVAC may use any work created, conceived, or prepared in these workshops, with my name, for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and Web content.
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