Ongoing Projects

Community & Unity People's Kite Festival

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.


Summer Art & Advocacy Youth Fellowship

Clockshop’s Summer Art & Advocacy Youth Fellowship is a 5-week-long, cohort-based summer program for a small group of high school students in Northeast Los Angeles. The program combines public space advocacy training with natural exploration and art-making.


Take Me to Your River

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.


Reading & Listening by Moonrise

Listening by Moonrise is a seasonal music series, held at the Los Angeles State Historic Park on the eve of the full moon.

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Jackie Robinson Park

Clockshop has been collaborating with artist April Banks and Kounkey Design Initiative on a permanent public art installation at the first Jackie Robinson Park in America in Sun Village of the Antelope Valley. The park’s history reflects the resilience of African-American communities in Los Angeles – and in Sun Village in particular – and their desire to find belonging and community after fleeing discriminatory housing practices, or redlining, in the urban core of the city.


Past Projects