Framework Pop-Up Event: April 12, 2012
If you are reading this right now, you are the first in the public to hear about our upcoming Framework Pop-Up event.
Please join us Thursday, April 12, 2012, on the corner of 2nd and Spring downtown – the same night as the Downtown Art Walk – for a one night only experience that I can safely say you won’t want to miss and you might be kicking yourself if you did. I don’t want to rattle off all the fine details, but I will say, there will be a guaranteed visual delight.
April is the Month of Photography in Los Angeles, which means so many exploratory options, which you can discover through MOPLA, a nonprofit that works tirelessly to promote and champion all levels of photography. This year, we’re also teaming up with the creatives at Aphidoidea to bring some added surprise visual elements. A special bonus is that the night is presented by Ketel One, meaning there will be some libations involved.
In the weeks leading up to April 12, more information will be trickling out. For now, please save the date for the 12th — we’d love to meet you.
And yes, the event is free.
Photo: The historic Los Angeles Times building. Credit: Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times
April 12, 2012, 10:51 pm
The event was not executed in a timely nor organized manner. Not only was there literally 10pieces of art/photography displayed, the free kettle one cocktail area was a mess! I would rather have bought a drink for 8bucks at a local bar than to have wait in line for 30min for a free one. Also, the main showcase of the event was the live projection which turned out to take longer than expected due to “technical difficulties.” wow. All in all, utter disappointment.
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