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Art by Assemblage: The Watt's Experience

(1) The Watt’s towers from Sabato ‘Sam’ Rodia

Sabato Rodia (1876-1965) arrived from Italy in the USA at 15 years of age, to join with his older brother who had immigrated earlier. 2,010 more words


Go Metro to CicLAvia Southeast Cities this Sunday

CicLAvia takes over Southeast Los Angeles! The communities of Huntington Park, Walnut Park, South Gate, Florence-Firestone, Lynwood, and Watts will host a 10-mile open streets event this Sunday, May 15, from 9 a.m. 216 more words

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Art Show in Houston

I’ll be displaying 5 years of daily weavings at the Box13 ArtSpace gallery in Houston along with three other talented artists.

That equals to 1825 tiny weavings, but all put together they take up a big space. 128 more words

Watts Towers

Visiting the Watts Towers has long been on my list of “LA things to do,” but I never seem to get around to it—until this weekend. 62 more words

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Anecdote - Watts Towers and Death in LA

Watts Towers and Death in LA

Back in 1979 Los Angeles was very racially segregated. There were Chicano area, Black areas and White areas. There were Chicano gangs, Black gangs and White gangs. 508 more words


Photo of the Day: Peace

For five days beginning today, my photos will be based on the five values celebrated at my Sunday Morning Activity’s Winter Festival. Here are some Peace Poles I encountered during Weekly Museum Visits (at Watts Towers; University of Maryland, College Park near the National Museum of Language; and the Franciscan Monastery):