FOUND L.A: A FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE CREATIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN THE CITY’S UNDISCOVERED NEIGHBORHOODS
Los Angeles is a city of neighborhoods, each with its own identity, each with its own story. Central to the mission of LA Commons is connecting people to the many neighborhoods across our far flung metropolis. Found L.A., a free, citywide event, will showcase these places. Local residents will lead tours alongside celebrities and renowned artists, through culturally dynamic neighborhoods. For additional festival information visit http://www.lacommons.org/foundla/index.html
RSVP now to take a walking tour of WEST HOLLYWOOD.
Join Andrew Campbell, Cultural Affairs Administrator for West Hollywood, as he showcases some of the community and cultural gems in the neighborhood, including the newly opened West Hollywood Library.
Meeting Point: The Grand Staircase entry to the New West Hollywood Library
625 North San Vicente Boulevard, West Hollywood.
*There is a public parking structure behind the library. The first hour is free, thereafter it is $1 for each 20 minutes. An additional hour free is available with validation from the park office.
Tour Guide: Andrew Campbell
All Found L.A. tours are FREE and open to the public.
For additional information, contact Maidel Luevano at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
L.A. Commons, a project of Community Partners, works in neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles, facilitating artistic processes, open to all, that result in highly visible public art projects that tell dynamic neighborhood stories. L.A. Commons builds community by validating the importance of local narratives, enhancing the sense of belonging felt by a broad range of stakeholders and encouraging stronger ties between the people and places of Los Angeles.
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