Thursday, July 1, 2010

A+D Presents COME IN! A Spatial Intervention. Kick-Off Event, July 14th

The Architecture + Design Museum of Los Angeles is pleased to present, COME IN! A Spatial Intervention, July 14 - August 30.
A+D has invited some of Los Angeles’ freshest talents to intervene in our galleries. Up and coming designers from various disciplines will create installations with A+D Museum as their canvas. The exhibition will continually transform as the works are in progress, organically morphing and expanding to offer museum visitors a new experience from day-to-day. On July 14, from 6-9PM, A+D will host an A+D Members Only evening to celebrate the intervention kick-off and give members a chance to meet and greet with the participants. On August 11, from 6-9PM, A+D will host THEY CAME! - a culmination party to celebrate the completed works. The interventions will remain on view through August 30.

In addition to the installations, a pop-up shop will offer limited edition works and items for sale from COME IN! participants.

COME IN! Participants include:

Graphic Design
Ashkahn Shahparnia
Alia Penner
Brian Gossett
DKNG Studios

Design Bitches
Heyday Partnership
LOC llc Architects
Oyler Wu Collaborative

Clothing Design

Jewelry Design
ShadowPlay Collection

Evan Mather

Installation Artists
Travis Frankel/Daniel Lehrer

About A+D Museum
Architecture + Design Museum Los Angeles is the only museum in southern California focused exclusively on progressive architecture, design, and urbanism. A+D opened in January 2001 in the Bradbury Building. Since then it has provided a forum for these contemporary issues that shape our city and the greater region. A+D Museum’s innovative programming encourages fresh thinking among a broad and inclusive audience of design professionals, students of all ages and the general public. A+D hosts shows that would not take place at any other venue in southern California. As a new and vital institution, A+D museum has been nimble and resourceful, able to respond quickly to fast-breaking opportunities. A+D Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit institution, supported by its members; corporations and foundations; government grants; and special event revenues. A+D is a proud member of the International Confederation of Architectural Museums (ICAM) and the American Association of Museums (AAM).

The mission of A+D Museum is to celebrate and promote an awareness of progressive architecture and design in everyday life through exhibits, educational programs and public outreach.

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