Grand Central Market | Events | LAVA Sunday Salon October 2017 | Richard Schave will begin the afternoon with an illustrated lecture focusing on the rich architectural legacy of Downtown L.A.‘s civic center, including the Hall of Administration (1958) , Mosk Courthouse (1958) and Hall of Records (1962).
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LAVA Sunday Salon October 2017
October 29, 2017

Richard Schave will begin the afternoon with an illustrated lecture focusing on the rich architectural legacy of Downtown L.A.‘s civic center, including the Hall of Administration (1958) , Mosk Courthouse (1958) and Hall of Records (1962).

After Richard’s talk, we’ll walk over to the civic center to visit a number of historic and more recent civic artworks, which Clare Haggerty will discuss. The artworks include Alison Saar’s “Embodied” (Hall of Justice), Frank Ackerman’s “Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial” (Grand Park), Joseph Young’s “Topographic Map” (Hall of Records) and Malcolm Leland’s ceramic screen (Hall of Records).

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