The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library provides resources in music and the arts, and presents over 200 cultural events annually. Founded in 1899, the library has an outstanding collection of books, periodicals, CDs, DVDs, sheet music, and librettos. The Athenaeum presents an eclectic, year-round schedule of art exhibitions, concerts, lectures, studio art classes through its School of the Arts, tours, and special events. In 2016 the Athenaeum expanded its offerings to a satellite location in Logan Heights, the Athenaeum Art Center (AAC), which is being developed as a multicultural community center and hub for local artists.
BUILD THAT PARK! Walk-Through
What this is
Enjoy a guided tour organized by local creatives.
When & Where
- Sep 11: 1-3pm
Athenaeum Music & Arts Library
1008 Wall Street, La Jolla, CA 92037
- Free Register
TagsDesign = Activism, ConnectionDiscipline Urban, Architecture, Landscape
Coinciding with the 50th Anniversary of Friendship Park, the Athenaeum is pleased to present BUILD THAT PARK! – the culmination of a four-phase design competition unveiling various responses to the challenge of creating a truly binational park, accessible to and shared by the people of both nations. Join us for this walk-through of the exhibit with its creator, architect James Brown, fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA), of Public Architecture and Planning.
BUILD THAT PARK! is a project of The Friends of Friendship Park, a non-partisan, grassroots coalition of individuals and organizations advocating for increased public access to the historic meeting place on the U.S./Mexico border since 2005. Join us for a walk-through of the exhibition with its creator, James Brown, FAIA.