This is so awesome and I really hope I can go and that you can go too!

Sundown Schoolhouse: AT HOME IN L.A.

March 26th to April 4th, 2013 / 11am to 8pm-ish daily / free, drop in, open to public

Human Resources410 Cottage Home Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles

The traveling Sundown Schoolhouse comes home to the east side of Los Angeles for At Home in L.A., an installation housing a series of activities with local materials, topics, and collaborators involving knitting, reading, napping, moving, talking, smudging, flower arranging, eating, garden fresh herbal tea drinking, music and yoga. We make ourselves at home on the massive expanding crocheted rug (fresh from the Hammer Museum and previously MoMA – before heading to the Walker Art Center) of discarded textiles serving as a charged field for trying out L.A. living. A typical daily schedule looks like this:
…11am-1pm: yoga
…1-2pm: bring your lunch 
…2-6pm: reading, tea drinking, napping, flower-arranging, knitting, crafting… (bring projects)
…6-8pm-ish: scheduled music, performances, readings

Featuring: Lucky Dragons, UFO 2012, Dawn Kasper, LA Fog, Natural Curves, D Tibereo, KCHUNG, Katie Bachler, SK Kakraba, Maya Gingery, Sam Davis, Gabie Strong; activities lead by Fritz Haeg, Jen Doyle, Chiara Giovando, Eric Kim; more to be added.

For more information and a daily schedule:  LINK

Here is our interview with Fritz from A Collection Of.  Forever crush.


(Image: Installation view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York by Jack Ramunni, Mildred’s Lane.)


xx SG

Stefani Greenwood, Avocado planter