Join the Westside Urban Forum in welcoming Supervisor Lindsay Horvath for a candid discussion and kick off to WUF's 2024 programs.
Helms Design Center
On Thursday, December 7th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, please join us in welcoming Nature, Art and Habitat as they introduce the 2024 residency topic, FIRE: Renewal, Rituals, and Power. The evening's conversation is focused on the role of Fire as an elemental force that has shaped the very fabric of existence on earth.
Join the Westside Urban Forum as we delve deep into the aspirations and implications of ED 1, as well as its proposed codification into the Affordable Housing Streamlining Ordinance. With homelessness and housing affordability reaching critical levels, ED 1 aims to streamline the development process, but what challenges lie ahead? Join us to understand, debate, and envision the future of Los Angeles housing.
Join us for an engaging and informative panel discussion to review the significant legislation passed--and not passed--in the 2023 session. This event aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest legislative changes and their impact on our communities and cities. Whether you are a government official, urban planner, developer, or community advocate, this discussion is essential for understanding how recent legislation will impact your work and our communities.
Explore David Hartwell’s unique approach to photography as he blurs the boundaries of illustration and photography and the stored visual memory. Don't miss the opening reception and presentation about his work and process from 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm on October 14th, followed by the exhibition from October 14th - November 17th.
Though Yaroslavsky’s last name has been familiar to Angelenos since the 1970s, Katy—the daughter-in-law of Zev—is a relative newcomer to city politics and brings a vision very different from that of her successor. The Westside Urban Forum is pleased to welcome Councilmember Yaroslavsky for a candid discussion with longtime journalist and civic observer Warren Olney, formerly of KCRW.
Giving Design, a 501(c)3 non-profit, invites you to join their biannual fundraising event. Celebrate summer with great company, delicious food, drinks, and live music, while helping to raise funds for community benefit projects. Your participation will support Giving Design’s efforts in providing quality design services to resource-challenged organizations.
Los Angeles was built imperfectly, at an imperfect time. Now it is trying to reinvent itself. Into what? That’s Topic A for authors Frances Anderton (Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles) and Josh Stephens (The Urban Mystique) when they sit down to talk about Los Angeles, community and urbanity today – from the house to the megalopolis.
Join LA Metro, LADOT, Walk ’n Rollers, and BikeLA for a community- based design workshop and provide input on the proposed MAT Culver City First/Last Mile project list. The project aims to make the 1/2 mile radius around Culver City Metro Station easier to walk and bicycle. Limited availability.