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Public spaces around Los Angeles will be transformed by site-specific contemporary art and programming during CURRENT:LA Water Public Art Biennial from July 16 to August 14, 2016.


City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs announces Public Program Partners for CURRENT:LA WATER


City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs announces Sites, Government and Community Support, and Project Team for CURRENT:LA WATER.


On April 12, Mayor Eric Garcetti introduced the team of artists, curators, funders, and city officials behind CURRENT:LA Water at a press conference at Marsh Park in the Elysian Valley!


The City of Los Angeles was announced as one of four cities awarded $1Million through the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge for the CURRENT: LA Public Art Biennial


Bloomberg Philanthropies announced Los Angeles as one of 12 Finalist Cities in the running to receive up to $1 Million in funding as part of its first-ever Public Art Challenge.



08/11/2016 KPCC, “Chris Kallmyer explores LA’s water relationship through art”  
08/10/2016 All Things Considered (KCRW), “The Streets are Alive with Public Art”  
08/08/2016 The Creator’s Project, “Artist Duo Project Videos on the Banks of the LA River”