Interactive Modeling Workshop: North Figueroa 2050

2050 Listens Interactive Modeling: Bike Oven

RSVP: Here. If you don’t RSVP we won’t know how much food to have. You can also email damien@streetsblog.org

Join renowned urban planner James Rojas for an interactive modeling workshop in Northeast Los Angeles encouraging you to plan for Figueroa Boulevard in 2050.

Don’t know what interactive modeling is? Check out this video:http://drpop.org/2010/05/james-rojas-the-city-as-play/

Weather permitting, we’ll be building in the island across from the Oven…planning for Figeroa’s future in Figueroa street!

Build at 4, Light dinner and drinks at 5:30

Sponsored by: The Bike Oven, PlaceIt!, Los Angeles Streetsblog, #Fig4All
Supported by: LA 2050/The Goldhirsh Foundation

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

The Week in Livable Streets Events

|
Schools are on their Spring Breaks, most Council meetings are in recess, so our schedule is a little on the light side. Wednesday – L.A. City’s Board of Public Works discusses mitigation measures for tree removal for construction of Metro’s Crenshaw line. A joint neighborhood council task force has been negotiating with Metro and the […]

Workshop Notes from “L.A. 2050” Event at Occidental College

|
(Last week before a question and answer session with L.A. City Planning Director Michael LoGrande, James Rojas led attendees through an interactive modeling program.  The theme of this program was to envision Los Angeles in 2050.  Rojas shares his notes with us below.  If you’re not familiar with Rojas’ modeling projects, check out this video […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

|
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we’ll be publishing on a very light schedule today.  Full headlines, news and a short film debut are all on tap for tomorrow. Tonight – The City of Santa Monica considers tweaking its Bike Licensing program at their City Council hearing.  Really guys?  City Council meeting on […]