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A reception, lecture, and discussion with Nima Javidi and Behnaz Assadi of JA Architecture Studio

Helms Design Center 8745 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA

JA Architecture Studio, a Toronto-based practice led by Iranian-Canadian architect Nima Javidi and landscape designer Behnaz Assadi, combines the rootedness of a local architecture firm with the broad interests of an international design studio. From small to medium sized buildings that confront detail-level building constraints to ambitious international competitions, the studio’s work tries to find meaningful tangencies between iconographic, geometrical and formal properties of architecture of different backgrounds and invests in inventing new architectural hybrids as responses to the diverse realities of 21st century cities.

Creative / Perspectives: Exhibit (02) Visual Contrast Studio

H.D. Buttercup | Coco Republic 3225 Helms Avenue, Los Angeles,, CA, United States

Join us Thursday, June 8th, for opening night of the second installment of Coco Republic’s newest art exhibition, featuring Los Angeles based art studio Visual Contrast as they display their custom collection at H.D. Buttercup | Coco Republic.

L.A. GOAL and Helms Bakery District present Moving Together, an Inclusive Art Exhibit

Helms Design Center 8745 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA

L.A. GOAL, a non-profit organization committed to creating opportunities and equity for adults with developmental disabilities so they can live more fulfilling lives, presents Moving Together, an inclusive art exhibit exploring the theme of "movement" through various art forms.

Book Signing at Arcana with Jason Lee: CA | TX 17

Arcana: Books on the Arts 8675 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA

For the past fourteen years, artist, actor, and skateboarder Jason Lee has traversed America making quiet, reflective photographs detailing the landscape and its oft-overlooked and forgotten places. TX | CA 17 is the first time Lee has published images from a single outing.

Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture

Close to the Edge Exhibition 8707 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA

Exploring the multidimensional influence of hip-hop on our urban fabric. This dynamic exhibition dives into the rich and vibrant world of hip-hop, from its fundamental elements of emceeing, b-boying, and graffiti, to its influence on the world of design and architecture.