Join the Designers Lighting Forum of Los Angeles for its annual end of season mixer Light as Art at the studio of internationally renowned artist Lili Lakich. Her studio, located in the arts district just south of downtown, was the original space of LA’s own Museum of Neon Art, co founded by Lakich in 1981. Lakich will share her stories, insights and challenges in creating sculpture using neon and her work to open the doors to other artists who are exploring artistic expression using light and electricity.
The date is June 10, 2002 with refreshments and displays starting at 6:00pm and the program begins at 7:30pm. The program fees are $10.00 for members, $15.00 for non-members and $5.00 for students with valid ID. Please RSVP by: June 5, 2001
The Lakich studio is located at 704 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012. It is off Alameda just south if the 101 and there is street parking available.
For further information you can reach DLF-LA at 310-535-0105 or check out the web site at: www.dlfla.org
So come and surround yourself with electric art and eclectic professionals
DLF Activities include meetings covering a wide variety of subjects such as: light sources, equipment, lighting technique, lighting practices, design, color, wiring, auxiliary equipment, lighting workshops, lighting applications.