April 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment


Hot off the press, the Whole Life Times' feature story High & Dry: L.A.'s Tug-of-War with its Neighbors (beautifully written by Genie Davis) explores the city's historic relationship to the surrounding desert and the challenges we face in an era of increased water scarcity.


Whole Life Times - High and Dry: L.A.'s Tug of War with its Neighbors - April/May 2016Whole Life Times - High and Dry: L.A.'s Tug of War with its Neighbors - April/May 2016by Genie Davis, photos by Osceola Refetoff

by Genie Davis, photos by Osceola Refetoff


Meanwhile, High & Dry's adventures on KCET's Artbound continue with Lancaster, California: From Alfalfa to 'Net Zero' City. Stay tuned! High & Dry is the featured project all week, with a brand new Dispatch rolling out each day.

We invite you to visit ChristopherLangley.org, a shiny new showcase for Chris' books, news, and upcoming events. Discover what lies behind the "shadowy" moniker he's chosen for his publication outfit.



Osceola's photography can be seen through this Saturday at Muzeumm. The intriguing, must see, exhibition Abstract Never Is closes April 9th, 1-6pm, with a panel discussion from 3-5pm that includes art luminary Peter Frank.


"Walk" - Downtown Los Angeles, CA - 2010"Walk" - Downtown Los Angeles, CA - 2010Pinhole Exposure Abstract Never Is - Curated by Juri Koll - MuzeuMM - Los Angeles, CA - 2016

"Walk" - Downtown Los Angeles - 2015 - at Muzeumm thru April 9th


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