Exciting news: the LACMA Art & Technology grant winners have been announced! Great news. Excited to hear what they come up with…
XPrize and KCRW are joining forces for an event at the YouTube space that will feature booze and food and a screening of Back To The Moon For Good along with a panel discussion.
Venuzuelan installation artist is the subject of the next Arts Tech LA which will be taking place on April 10. She’ll be sharing a unique Maker City LA installation and giving a talk too. We peeked at it a few weeks ago and seems really excellent.
Spend enough time moving between the various social enclaves of Los Angeles and you’ll discover this 500 square mile sprawl of 4+ million is actually quite a bit smaller than anyone would imagine.
As a commercial photographer, David Blattel shoots among many other clients, the Harley-Davidson calendar each year. He was also my landlord for all of 2013, along with his wife, Vidiots owner Cathy Tauber, while this writer lived in a Topanga guest house (I have since moved to Venice).
If you were wondering where most of your arts leaning friends or persons who run arts organizations were this past Saturday from 3PM-ish to 5PM-ish, they were at Maker City LA attending the very first edition of Los Angeles’ ArtsTech. The conference is a means to explore subjects like social media and the Internet and technology in relationship to art and how the two worlds “can help bring arts and culture to the masses.” It’s an event that stands at the crossing of the two disciplines and seeks to learn and build from both worlds. The debut of ArtsTech LA was a success and, as you may have seen on Twitter, it certainly had people talking.