Posts Tagged ‘julia huang’

Architecture for Dogs in Shanghai

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Aug 21, 2015

Earlier this month, Architecture for Dogs opened its sixth iteration at at the Shanghai Himalayas Museum. As always, it includes thought-provoking crowd-pleasing, species-specific pieces lovingly created by architectural and design heavyweights Atelier Bow-Wow, Toyo Ito, MVRDV, Yansong Ma, Kengo Kuma, Konstantin Grcic, Kazuyo Sejima, TORAFU ARCHITECTS Inc., Hiroshi Naito, Shigeru Ban, Sou Fujimoto, Reiser+Umemoto, Hara […]

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Pow! Wow! Long Beach is here/Vitality and Verve is coming

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Jun 23, 2015

After months of planning and hard work, Pow! Wow! Long Beach held its official kickoff event this morning. It announced to the media as well as neighbors the citywide painting of murals by a team of world-class contemporary artists. Lending words and sharing their excitement were our own Julia Huang, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, […]

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Conversations in Place 2014 at The Rancho Los Alamitos

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Sep 15, 2014

Thanks to everyone who made the trip to The Rancho Los Alamitos yesterday to enjoy the latest installment of Conversations in Place 2014. In addition to our own Julia Huang sharing her experiences and insights as a transplant in terms of geography and culture who has not only made a home but an impact on […]

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Julia Huang at The Rancho Los Alamitos: The Past, The Future, and Place

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Sep 9, 2014

  On Sunday, September 14 at 1:30, our own Julia Huang will be speaking at The Rancho Los Alamitos as part of its Conversations in Place series of talks and conversations. The theme is “Should Our Future Cling to the Past?” and Julia will be joined by professor of urban development, author, and Daily Beast […]

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#imprintpresents John Maeda and friends at the Downtown Independent

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Aug 13, 2014

Last night, the #imprintpresents series of talks continued on its stellar trajectory by hosting John Maeda and friends at the Downtown Independent. The former President of RISD is well-known for blurring the lines between art, design, technology, and leadership. Lately, he has been digging into the realm of venture capital. Maeda gave a presentation that […]

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Architecture for Dogs exhibition opening at Zhi Art Museum (Chengdu, China)

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Aug 1, 2014

The crowd- and critic-pleasing  Architecture for Dogs exhibit is making its fourth appearance on July 21, following up wildly successful installations in Miami, Long Beach, and Tokyo with a stop in the land of spicy food and pandas. The opening ceremony at Zhi Art Museum in Chengdu, China, attracted over 200 local dignitaries and artists. […]

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Women Making a Difference 2014

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May 21, 2014

Better late than never. On May 8, The Los Angeles Business Journal hosted the Women Making a Difference Symposium & Awards at the J.W. Marriott Hotel at L.A. Live. The event was designed to recognize businesses and individuals who positively impact the L.A. business community, and naturally included interTrend’s own Julia Huang. Read all about it […]

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interTrend and the Long Beach Museum of Art at the 2014 Long Beach Pride Parade

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May 17, 2014

This weekend, interTrend is honored to join forces with the Long Beach Museum of Art and enter a float in Sunday’s 2014 Long Beach Pride Parade. interTrend art director Qingniang Tang developed the concept and design. The LBMA’s Executive Director (and our friend) Ron Nelson asked California painter John Culqui to provide artwork. We asked […]

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