@ MoCA

Recently I decided to take a stroll over to MoCA Grand to check in and see what’s new.  As luck would have it, they were having a slow day so I had the entire museum to myself (more people were more excited to see preparations for a Batman filming taking place on Grand Ave).  My … Continue reading @ MoCA

I heart Robots

Imagine your daily routine: you’re on the subway, walking down the street, going to the market, etc.  Now picture a small cardboard robot rolling by you with a flag taped to it asking you to help him reach his destination. What do you do?  Do you walk on by or do you help him?  Kacie … Continue reading I heart Robots

Eli Broad on 60 Minutes

On Sunday, “60 Minutes” featured a piece on Los Angeles’ billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad.  The story features a look into Broad’s  form “Venture Philanthropy” in which his charitable contributions are tied to investment gains.  His non-profit organizations centered in the Arts, Education and Medical Research each run like for-profit entities.  As such, his fiscal discipline … Continue reading Eli Broad on 60 Minutes

(I really need to invest in Photoshop) So, it’s been over a week and I’m still digesting Art in the Streets.  As I walked out of the Geffen on April 14th, a writer for LAist and I discussed how overwhelming the exhibit was.  I thought it was well done.  At the members preview, some complained … Continue reading