Take Me to Your River: A Cultural Atlas of the LA River, is a three-year collective history and cultural mapping project of the Northeast LA neighborhoods that surround the LA River, including Elysian Valley, Atwater Village, Cypress Park, and Glassell Park.
the underpinning by artist Rodrigo Valenzuela is a sculptural installation and a stage for public programming that reflects on the precarity of home while contemplating modularity and possibility in its construction. With multiple viewing and entry points, the installation aims to disrupt the distinctions between public and private property, and modes of ownership.
Clockshop hosts an annual Community & Unity People’s Kite Festival at Los Angeles State Historic Park, next to Chinatown. This family-friendly cultural festival brings together diverse communities in Los Angeles through the art of kites and a day of joyful connection in this important public green space.
Listening by Moonrise is a seasonal music series, held at the Los Angeles State Historic Park on the eve of the full moon.