25 06, 2018

Glendale to celebrate Gay Pride Month for the first time – LA Times / Glendale News-Press

For the first time, the ACE/121 Art Gallery, Abril Books, Roslin Art Gallery, Gaucho’s Village and the Gay and Lesbian Armenian Society have organized a series of LGBTQ-themed events, including art shows and a speaker series.

22 06, 2018

How Can L.A. Keep Artists in the Arts District? – Los Angeles Magazine

Artists are being priced out of the neighborhood they built—but the city can help.  With the city’s housing crisis intensifying, the Arts District is in danger of losing many of the artists who transformed the neighborhood into the destination it is today.

13 06, 2018

New Affordable Housing Under Construction in Carson – Urbanize.LA

Meta Housing Corp. has broken ground on a new affordable housing development in Carson, intended to cater to artists. The project, called the Carson Arts Colony, will consist of a three-story building at 21205 Main Street, featuring 46 apartments catering to artists and their families.

13 06, 2018

Meta Housing building project for artists in Carson – The Real Deal Los Angeles

More affordable housing units for artsy Angelenos are headed to Carson. Meta Housing Corp., a West Los Angeles-based firm, began construction this week on an affordable housing project that is intended for artists, Urbanize reported. The project is named the Carson Arts Colony, and it was designed by Y&M Architects.

31 05, 2018

‘Neighbors’ Found at ace/121 – Crescenta Valley Weekly

What makes a community? What are the forces that draw people together? How does everyone work as neighbors to create community? “Neighbors,” an exhibit currently on display at ace/121 in Glendale, takes as its central focus a genuine interest in the people living next door: What is their story? What is the journey that brought [...]

18 05, 2018

To Attract Baby Boomers, Senior Living Providers Must Give Them Purpose – Senior Housing News

Over the next decade, when baby boomers finally start to age into senior housing en masse, they’ll bring with them a host of new needs and desires—and if senior living providers don’t take heed, they’re at risk of becoming obsolete.