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Sep242020
When: 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Get ready for the 15th Annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar happening on Saturday, October 17 in the virtual world. September VTS sessions are dedicated to preparing members on... Read more
Oct132020
When: 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Agenda and other details TBA. This is the last L.A. as Subject General Membership meeting before the 15th annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar . Meeting link will be sent out... Read more

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L.A. as Subject's latest contribution to KCET's SoCal Focus blog looks at a series of hills near Los Angeles' historic core that have disappeared over the years: Los Angeles is not a city short on hills. The Hollywood Sign, one of the...
Like many of Los Angeles' first public parks, Eastlake (now Lincoln) Park began as unwanted land: a fifty-acre site rejected by a railroad and given to the city for free. But like its crosstown rival, Westlake (now MacArthur) Park,...
The Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) has played an important historical role in the development of the Los Angeles art scene and has launched the careers of well-known artists who are currently highlighted in the exhibition Golden...
L.A. as Subject is pleased to announce a new collaboration with KCET.  A new blog, SoCal Focus, on the public television station's website complements the station's coverage of local news, events, and issues. KCET has invited L.A. as...
Los Angeles history comes alive at the 8th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar. Organized by L.A. as Subject and presented by the USC Libraries, the annual event celebrates the diversity of Southern California’s history. For scholarly...
One hundred years ago last Friday, a town named Owensmouth was born on the barley fields of the San Fernando Valley. "Like an eaglet bursting asunder the egg which nourished its embryonic life," the Los Angeles Times gushed in its...