KCRW and Helms Bakery Present: Reinventing the Wheel

On Sunday, May 18Helms Bakery and KCRW present Reinventing the Wheel, the future of mobility in Los Angeles; an afternoon of talk and exhibits focused on the latest in LA’s bike, car, and transit design.
Join DnA’s Frances Anderton in conversation with Geoff Wardle (Art Center College of Design), Craig Hodgetts (UCLA’s Hyperloop Suprastudio), Harald Belker(concept designer for Batman and Robin, Minority Report, etc.) and Michael Lejeune (Creative Director Metro Los Angeles).
And interact with new Linus city bikes, Toyota’s concept cars, and futuristic ideas from Art Center’s transportation design students. Also enjoy live music from KCRW DJ Aaron Byrd, complimentary beer from Father’s Office, and some of L.A.’s hottest food trucks.
For additional information, visit kcrw.com/helms.
Get tickets, here.

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