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New art event aims to help Angelenos think about water differently

Current LA Public Art Biennial.
Current LA Public Art Biennial.
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With all the troubling news of the world, it's almost too much to think about some of the pressing challenges we face here at home in California... like the drought.

Nonetheless, our long dry spell does continue. Starting this weekend, the city of Los Angeles will launch a new way to think about water.  Saturday, July, 16, marks the beginning of LA's first public art biennial known as Current

Director of public art for the L.A. Department of Cultural Affairs, Felicia Filer who helped organize the event,  joined the show to discuss. 

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