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Engages the public at large as well as the professional and academic communities in meaningful conversations around cutting edge issues in architecture, design and urban development that affect our everyday lives and the future.

SZENASY, DESIGN ADVOCATE
Join A+D Museum and Metropolis Magazine for a book signing, conversation, and a drink with author Susan S. Szenasy, Editor in Chief and Publisher of Metropolis Magazine and Greg Goldin, Architectural Writer and Co-Curator of NeverBuilt:Los Angeles.

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PUBLIC SCULPTURE + ART ‘UNLOCKING THE SECRETSTOCREATIVITY’ WITH PETER SHIRE + HUNTER DROHOJOWSKA-PHILP
A+D Museum is pleased to present acclaimed writer and art commentator HunterDrohojowska-Philp in a conversation with Peter Shire. An unabashed and longstanding fan of Shire’s work, Hunter will engage Peter in a lively dialogue about his unconventional and exuberant designs for site-specific sculptures. Learn how Shire breaches the borders of art, design, and architecture to create his iconic installations.

LOS ANGELES BOULEVARD with DOUG SUISMAN
Since its first publication by the Los Angeles Forum in 1989 in a limited run of 1,500copies, Los Angeles Boulevard has been much sought after and difficult to find. This new edition contains the original content plus a new section on Suisman’s boulevard work in practice.
Moderated by: Greg Goldin

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SHADOW LANDSCAPES OF LOS ANGELES AND CALIFORNIA
A+D Museum and the California Historical Society hosted a special panel and presentation which explored both UnBuilt San Francisco and Never Built: Los Angeles. Panelists discussed how these provocative exhibitions came to be and explored what the failed buildings and plans of the past might offer as we grapple with the cities of tomorrow.

Panelists: John King, instigator of the San Francisco UnBuilt Exhibitions; Greg Goldin and Sam Lubell, Never Built: Los Angeles Authors and Curators

LOS ANGELES BOULEVARDS with DOUG SUISMAN AND DAVID KIPEN
Doug Suisman, author of Los Angeles Boulevards: Eight Xrays, addressed how the city’s urban identity flows from the growth and expansion of its main arteries. Streets, not parks, plazas or freeways, are the city’s public spaces. Can the city’s soul be found along the broad, long, endlessly traveled boulevards? Urban Designer Doug Suisman joined in conversation with David Kipen, author of reissues of WPA Guide to California, WPA Guide to Los Angeles, and owner of Libros Schmibros Bookstore.

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