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A Collection of Ideas: Building the Love House: Using Art for Social Change in Watts

Tuesday, Sep 29, 2009  7pm–8:30pm iCal

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A Collection of Ideas: Building the Love House: Using Art for Social Change in Watts

Artist Alexandra Grant and designer Mike Niemann discuss their collaboration on the Love House with Edgar Arceneaux, Director of Watts House Project (WHP). Grant conceived of the “Love House”—placing a sculpture of the word “love” on the roof of the Cerant family`s home on 107th Street—as a lightning rod to draw attention and resources to the community across from Watts Towers in South Los Angeles. Watts House Project is an artist-driven, collaborative redevelopment project between residents, artists, and architects to find creative solutions to everyday problems facing the Watts Towers community.

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