Avishay Artsy

Avishay Artsy

Producer, DnA: Design and Architecture

KCRW Staff/Producer

KCRW news producer and producer of DnA: Design and Architecture

Avishay Artsy on KCRW

This week, you can: Appreciate printmaking and finished works from Self Help Graphics & Art; revisit daydream houses from 1970s Los Angeles and what they mean today;  see how designers…

5 design things to do this week: June 24 - 30, 2019

This week, you can: Appreciate printmaking and finished works from Self Help Graphics & Art; revisit daydream houses from 1970s Los Angeles and what they mean today;  see how designers…

Uber wants to add app-based flying taxis to LA's airwaves.

Flying taxis coming to LA; fining landlords for vacant units

Uber wants to add app-based flying taxis to LA's airwaves.

from Design and Architecture

This week, you can: celebrate the LA design world with 80 events packed into four days; check out artist-designed rugs; learn about preserving LA's architectural legacy; reflect on 15…

5 design things to do this week: June 17 - 23, 2019

This week, you can: celebrate the LA design world with 80 events packed into four days; check out artist-designed rugs; learn about preserving LA's architectural legacy; reflect on 15…

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There are big changes coming to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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