People + Places: A Virtual Conversation Series | Los Angeles Conservancy
Tokio Florist by Giovanni Jance; The Orpheum Theatre by Stephen Schafer; Paul R. Williams courtesy UCLA Library Special Collections; Golden State Mutual by Jose Turang; Sakai-Kozawa Residence by M. Rosalind Sagara

People + Places: A Virtual Conversation Series

The L.A. Conservancy is pleased to present People + Places: A Virtual Conversation Series, bringing together advocates, experts, community members, and others to discuss the people and places that make Los Angeles special.
Together, we'll unpack topics, like culturally historic sites and the threats they face, architects who overcame adversity to change the L.A. landscape, legacy businesses, and the people who run and love them, or the impact of historic spaces on a community’s health and identity. Nothing is off the table during these candid discussions. 
We hope you join us for our upcoming FREE virtual events:
People + Places: Chili Bowls, Donuts, and Hot Dogs: Saving L.A.'s Big and Bold Places! 
Monday, November 29, 2021

Join us on Monday, November 29th at 3:00 p.m. for an urgent Zoom conversation: "Chili Bowls, Donuts, and Hot Dogs: Saving Big and Bold Places!" The L.A. Conservancy's Adrian Scott Fine will sit down with Bobby Green of the 1933 Group and Vintage L.A.'s Alison Martino to talk about the history of L.A.'s whimsical, roadside architecture, why it needs to be preserved, and what YOU can do to help save the currently threatened Chili Bowl in West L.A.

Register Now for this free event!

Recordings of Past People + Places Events: 

People + Places: Engaging Youth in Preservation Beyond the Classroom
Thursday, September 30, 2021
People + Places: A New Future Blooms for Historic Tokio Florist
Thursday, May 27, 2021 
People + Places: The Making of Preserving Los Angeles
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
People + Places: Preserving the Legacy of Paul Revere Williams
Thursday, April 22, 2021
People + Places: L.A.'s "Pop Art Nun" and Her Endangered Studio
December 15, 2020
People + Places: Saving L.A.'s Legacy Businesses
December 10, 2020
People + Places: The Forgotten Story of Rancho Los Amigos
June 19, 2020