Salon Series Celebrates Golden 50th
Andy Lipkis, of TreePeople, to Speak Fri., August 24 @ Noon
Joins List of 49 Previous Free Salons
LOS ANGELES --
The Farmlab Public Salon speaker series, along with its predecessor, the Friday Night @ Not A Cornfield Salon series, celebrates this week the golden 50th weekly turn of this ongoing lecture, workshop, discussion, and film program.
This week's Farmlab Public Salon features Andy Lipkis, of TreePeople. Lipkis' presentation is titled, "Helping Nature Heal Our Cities," and is about all things urban and arboreal.
The salon takes place Friday, August 24 @ noon. Location: Farmlab; 1745 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
More information available at www.farmlab.org; or by calling 323 226 1158; or by e-mailing: info [at] farmlab [dot] org.
Coming soon: Mike Blockstein & Reanne Estrada, of Public Matters, with special guest Aurora Flores, on September 7 @ noon; and Adolfo V. Nodal, Farmlab's Executive Director and President of the City of L.A. Planning Commission, with special introduction by L.A. City Controller Laura Chick, on September 14 @ noon.
About Farmlab Public Salons
Farmlab Public Salons began in earnest in mid-January, 2007, and continue weekly, with presentations every Friday @ noon about fine art, the environment, cultural history, economics, and other relevant topics.
Past Farmlab Public Salon speakers have included: Mycologist Paul Stamets; NASA JPL climatologist William Patzert; artists such as Fritz Haeg, Stephen Glassman, and Joel Tauper; gallerist Mark Allen; planning commissioners Jane Usher, Diego Cordoso, and Farmlab consultant Mike Woo; as well as a long list of likewise distinguished and personable experts in a variety of endeveors.
Prior to the Farmlab Public Salon series, the Not A Cornfield project -- from which Farmlab grew out of -- featured biweekly Friday Night @ Not A Cornfield Salons.
Among the presenters in that series were: Manuel Castells; Michael Dear; Larry Santoyo; James Rojas; Galen Cranz; the group, Ajpop Tecum; and again, many distinguished others.
The Farmlab team thanks everyone who has participated in the series so far -- whether by attending, speaking, writing about, providing food for, or otherwise helping out.
Farmlab Public Salons are free-of-charge and open to the public.
For a complete schedule of upcoming -- and past -- Farmlab Public Salons, please visit this web page.