April 24, 2015\\ Aqueduct Futures at Lone Pine Farmers Market, 4-6pm

AF IOU Farmers Market Flyer 4-24


March 4th – April 12, 2015\\ After the Aqueduct Exhibit

Stitched Panorama

Image: South Lake, Eastern Sierras, California, 2014 © Chad Ress 2014-15

Aqueduct Futures is featured in the After the Aqueduct Exhibit, at LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) with Nichol Antebi, Lauren Bon, Chad Ress, Peter Bo Rappmund, Alexander Robinson, and Kim Stringfellow.

Opening Reception at LACE (free to the public):
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015, 7 to 9pm (RSVP)

Panel discussion at LACE (free to the public):
Saturday, March 14th, 2015, 2 to 4pm

Jon Christensen (editor, Boom: A Journal of California and adjunct assistant professor, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA) will moderate a panel discussion with exhibiting artists along with special guest Alan Bacock (Big Pine Tribal member and Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley’s Water Program Coordinator).

LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)
6522 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
t: 323.957.1777

Wednesday – Sunday, noon – 6pm

June 5th 2014\\ Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative, 12th Annual Community Forum, USC’s Davidson Conference Center.

Worth More than Gold, panelist:

  • Gail Harris, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
  • Gilbert Ivey, Assistant General Manger/CAO of Metropolitan Water District
  • Barry Lehrman, Director Aqueduct Futures Project, Cal Poly Pomona

LANI Slides [PDF]

March 19th 2014\\ Southern California Planning Congress – Spring 2014 Meeting

Featured speaker: An Aqueduct Runs Through It,  at Taix French Restaurant, Echo Park, Los Angeles

SCPC Slides [PDF]

December 3rd, 2013\\ AF Exhibit closing reception

Tuesday, December 3rd, 9am-11am, City Hall Rotunda

November 6-December 6, 2013\\ Aqueduct Futures Exhibit

Los Angeles City Hall Bridge Gallery

Aqueduct Futures Closing Reception

February 16th & 17th, 2013\\ June Lake and Lone Pine Workshops

The 606 Studio Aqueduct Project will be hosting two workshops for the Eastern Sierra community to participate in their design process by sharing ideas about issues such as priorities for local economic development, to water rights and usage.  The workshops are 3 to 5pm on Saturday, February 16th at Statham Hall in Lone Pine, CA, and 3 to 5pm on Sunday, February 17th at the Community Center in June Lake, CA.

Read the press release: Envisioning the future of Owens Valley and Mono Basin [51kb pdf]

Statham Hall, Lone Pine, CA: 3-5pm Saturday 2/16

701 South Main Street, Lone Pine, CA 93545
Statham Hall Lone Pine Map - click to enlarge

June Lake Community Center: 3-5pm Sunday 2/17

90 W Granite Ave, June Lake, CA 93529
June Lake Map - Click to enlarge

April 8-12th, 2013\\  Preview Exhibition

Our work-in-progress will be displayed at the College of Environmental Design Gallery in Building 7, Cal Poly Pomona.


October 2012\\ Bishop Community Workshop

Sixty-six undergraduate students and thirty-two Eastern California residents participated in the first Aqueduct Futures workshop in Bishop, CA on October 15th, 2012.  The October workshop identified many unique and special places around the Owens Valley.  Following the workshop, the students designed future uses for places along the Aqueduct that would benefit the community and nature.

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