Grand Central Market | Events | LAVA Sunday Salon | SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 2016 | 12-2PM GRAND CENTRAL MARKET LOWER LEVEL Our May 2016 LAVA Sunday Salon features 2015 LAVA Visionary of the Year Nathan Marsak , with a presentation on 19th Century Los Angeles architecture.
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LAVA Sunday Salon
May 29, 2016

SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 2016 | 12-2PM

GRAND CENTRAL MARKET LOWER LEVEL

Our May 2016 LAVA Sunday Salon features 2015 LAVA Visionary of the Year Nathan Marsak, with a presentation on 19th Century Los Angeles architecture. Nathan’s talk will focus on Bunker HillAngels Flight Railway and the streets immediately surrounding our new Salon baseGrand Central Market (basement level). The presentation concludes with a series of vintage film clips highlighting Angels Flight, a beloved landmark whose preservation is a cause dear to several LAVA Visionaries. After the SalonNathan joins Richard Schave for a free Broadway on My Mind walking tour of Hill Street.

The LAVA Sunday Salon is free, but reservations are required to provide an attendance count for the venue. There are no “plus ones,” so tell your friends to sign up individually. If attending both the Sunday Salon and walking tour, sign up for each event. Please don’t reserve unless you plan to attend.

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About LAVA

LAVA is the key to the secret Los Angeles you’ve been looking for (or helping to create), and for making connections with people who share your passions and sensibilities. Through participation in LAVA, creative Angelenos come together to provide cultural programming that speaks to the urban experience, and contributes to the creation of that rare thing: positive public space.

Formed by social historians Kim Cooper and Richard Schave, proprietors of Esotouric bus adventures and the 1947project series of time travel blogs, LAVA brings together the most intriguing creative promoters, artists, writers and thinkers in Los Angeles, sharing their visions for making a better city. Not virtually, though you’ll want to explore our online calendar, but in frequent gatherings of living, breathing, talking human beings, held in select locations all around the town.

Follow LAVA’s path to find friends you might otherwise never meet. Move through the city, exploring LAVAhappenings and sharing your feedback. LAVA exists to cultivate connections that will excite, inspire and transform the city and its citizens. Our creative partners share a love for L.A. and a unique vision for how to express and explore that love in their work. LAVA transforms, and its audience transform LAVA.

 

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