Friday, April 1, 2016

Market Lab : Little House Gallery

Ding Ding Round TWO of The Market Lab with Sara Daleiden. O Yes, here we are at the Little House Gallery ! This has become one of my favorite spots in LA because of the sweet community. This day we went on an adventure... CHECK IT!

Here is a little bit about Little House:
"Nicola Goode (gallery director) is a Los Angeles native and recent graduate of Otis College of Art & Design’s Masters of Fine Arts program in Public Practice. She holds an undergraduate degree in Fine Art from Yale University, is a member of the International Cinematographer’s Guild and the Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers. Nicola’s work, which engages photography and site specific installations has been shown internationally and is in numerous private collections. Her art practice continues to pursue collaboration, research, and curatorial projects.

Tracee Johnson (co-creator & artist in residence) is an east coast transplant and graduated alongside Nicola from the Otis Public Practice MFA program. Her training in landscape architecture and passion for education has informed an art practice that connects learning to the natural environment. She teaches in the Architecture/Interiors/Landscape department at Otis College of Art & Design and teaches woodworking for various programs. Tracee sees experimentation as a method for artistic expression, discovery and space creation. "

So ONWARD just like a great public practice community, to the streets as we walk to different places in Venice. If you haven't been, this is just a snippet. Yes, it is true Venice is more than Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice has an incredible story. If you are ever in the area, please go walk all around, you will not be disappointed.

After our journey we regrouped, ate, and played games. It was an amazing experience being able to learn more about the history of Venice, meet actual people who have seen and lived through the changes that have been taking place in Venice. Thank you Little House Gallery!

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