Tag Archives: Art

The Broad Museum Downtown Los Angeles

The Broad Museum The Broad is a new museum in Los Angeles and there has been quite a hype. After seeing pictures from my friends, I wanted to go! It’s located near the Walt Disney Concert Hall and  MOCA –  Grande which we visited just a week before our visit to The Broad. Visiting The Broad […]

The Last Bookstore – Downtown LA

The Last Bookstore – Downtown LA 453 S Spring St – Ground Floor Los Angeles, CA 90013 LastBookstoreLA.com The Last Bookstore located in Downtown LA is California’s largest used and new book and record store. Although compared to Powell’s Books in Portland, this is not quite as big. This bookstore, like Powell’s Books in Portland it’s […]

#Intrude: ArtBrookfield Public Art Installation (Los Angeles Weekend Trip – part 3)

#Intrude: ArtBrookfield Public Art Installation (Los Angeles Weekend Trip – part 3) I actually planned to go to LA on that specific weekend because an art installation I saw on Facebook. The #Intrude art installation is open to the public for free. There are 7 gigantic inflated white bunnies scattered in 3 different locations in […]

MOCA – Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles – Grand and Geffen (Los Angeles Weekend Trip – part 2)

Los Angeles Weekend Trip – part 2 The original plan was to go the new museum in LA that everyone seems to be talking, facebooking, instagraming about; The Broad. I started planning a couple months ahead of time knowing that there will be a wait otherwise and apparently failed. I couldn’t get the tickets for […]

The Laneways of CBD Melbourne

Melbourne – Day 3 – Part 4 Laneways are the (not) scary, (not) ugly, (not) dirty back alley ways of Melbourne. Between the buildings are many (often cobblestone) laneways and lots of graffiti. Without even knowing it, you’ll notice these laneways throughout the CBD (or not). I basically noticed that the sides of many buildings […]

CBD: Flinders Station, Federation Square, and the Public Art in Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne – Day 3 – Part 3 Now that I’ve been to Sydney and Melbourne, I remember a few things that are uniquely Melbourne (in my opinion): the cable cars that run through CBD, and the street art (and the laneways…in my next post). We stayed just across the Yarra River near the Crown Casino […]

Denver, Colorado The Mile-High City: weather, food, and art

Denver is officially located at 5,280 feet above sea level (exactly one mile above sea level) and therefore nicknamed the “Mile-High City.” And just to make it official you have to make it to the fifteenth (15) step of the Capitol Building where it actually states that you’re on “One Mile Above Sea Level.”