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"Another L.A. is Possible," an exhibition created by Fine Arts faculty member Robby Herbst with students in his curatorial class, opens with a reception Thurs., Dec 10, 6-8 pm at Playa del Oro, 8601 Lincoln Blvd., Westchester, Suite 0192. The students responded to visions of architects, urbanists and community actitivists which were on display in November in Playa Del Oro, a new multiuse building one block from Otis' Elaine and Bram Goldsmith Campus. According to Fine Arts Chair Meg Cranston, "Artists invented the live-work concept, so we're pretty good urban developers. This is an exciting thing for us because it gives us a chance to live and function the way we like to."
The exhibition imagines other ways to live in the city, from ecological, social, communal, hedonistic, just and representative,” said Herbst. “With creative and critical art experiments like these, a new kind of urbanism in LA could possibly take root.”
The exhibition can be seen from noon to 6 p.m. on Dec. 12, 15, 16 and 17.