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April 2023

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1Sat
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3Mon Outreach Committee Meeting
7:00pm

Outreach Committee Meeting | 7:00pm View Committee Page

04/03/2023

Location:

THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD IN PERSON AT THE RADFORD STUDIO CENTER LOT. CLICK THE AGENDA FOR DETAILS 


 


 

Meeting Agenda
04/03/2023
4Tue Cancelled - Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting
7:00pm

Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting | 7:00pm View Committee Page

04/04/2023

Location:

THIS MEETING IS CANCELLED TO FOCUS ON THE STUDIO CITY APRIL MOVIE NIGHT EVENT.


 


VIRTUAL MEETING TELECONFERENCING NUMBER FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN CONFORMITY WITH THE SEPTEMBER 16, 2021 ENACTMENT OF CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY BILL 361 (RIVAS) AND DUE TO CONCERNS OVER COVID-19, THE STUDIO CITY NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE CONDUCTED ENTIRELY WITH A CALL-IN OPTION OR INTERNET-BASED SERVICE OPTION.


Zoom Meeting Online or By Telephone
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/93281999153

Meeting ID: 932 8199 9153
Or dial 669-900-6833 to Join the Meeting
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Movie Night Minions: The Rise of Gru Saturday April 8th 6:00-9:30
04/04/2023
5Wed Government Affairs Committee Meeting
6:00pm

Government Affairs Committee Meeting | 6:00pm View Committee Page

04/05/2023

Location:

THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD IN PERSON AT THE RADFORD STUDIO CENTER LOT. CLICK THE AGENDA


FOR DETAILS 

Meeting Agenda
04/05/2023
Transportation Committee Meeting
7:30pm

Transportation Committee Meeting | 7:30pm View Committee Page

04/05/2023

Location:

THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD IN PERSON AT THE RADFORD STUDIO CENTER LOT. CLICK THE AGENDA


FOR DETAILS 

Meeting Agenda
04/05/2023
6Thu
7Fri
8Sat River Art Tour, Session #4: Mile 40-38 | Studio City
10:00am - 2:30pm

River Art Tour, Session #4: Mile 40-38 | Studio City

River Art Tour, Session #4: Mile 40-38 | Studio City
10:00am - 2:30pm

LA River Public Art Project | www.LARiverPublicArtProject.org

Join LA River Public Art Project to experience art, culture, and place along the 51 miles of the LA River. In the spirit of Hyonaayn’ar--a Tongva word that means both teacher and student--participants will learn about the River’s ephemeral histories and imagine its ecological futures, all while exploring the diverse cultural responses to the water.

Each month we’ll meander a little further down the River with artists, Indigenous Culture Bearers and local experts: beginning in January at the River’s sources in the foothills of the Santa Susana Mountains, and concluding in December at the River's end in Long Beach. Watch for surprises around the bend!

MILE 40-38 : Studio City

On April 8th we will walk the greenway along the River as it winds through Studio City. A portion of this stretch of the River has been trasformed with native trees and plants: This section of the River is verdant and inspiring - but is it used and appreciated? Does it feel safe? Could public art help connect people to the River and create regenerative opportunities for even more ecological support?

Come to listen, stay to share your thoughts and ideas as we design potential futures together.

The River Walk through Studio City connects three sites that are each in the midst of major transformation... We will visit all three, beginning with a tour of Radford Studios (formerly the CBS Studio lot where the Gilligan’s Island lagoon was located, Mary Tyler Moore was shot, and countless other films and TV series).

We’ll stroll from there to Weddington Golf Course - a public course about to be transformed into Harvard-Westlake River Park, including sports facilities, public amenities, and a school - and stop for lunch at the beloved Cafe Southwest at the clubhouse and a lunchtime talk by Melanie Winter.

Walking another mile up the River after lunch we’ll pass the now-shuttered Sportsman’s Lodge which the Los Angeles Conservancy attempted to protect, noting, "while not an architectural wonder, [it] has long been considered a site that epitomizes the story of the San Fernando Valley itself -- as a site whose evolving uses, from rural to urban, mirrored the Valley's growth...” What role, if any, could public art and regenerative efforts achieve in this place where trout fishing ponds gave way to an olympic sized pool and now all are backfilled and swathed in parking lots?

Our afternoon concludes with a consideration of all three of these lots in flux. Insights from professionals and discussion/ hands-on design in groups will give everyone a chance to share ideas and play with possibilities. As a group, we will consider what opportunities may lie dormant here - and how art may initiate a new approach along the River.

Talks by Tina Orduno Calderon, TreePeople, Melanie Winter of Studio City-based, The River Project, Elaine Rene-Weissman, architect and co-founder of LA River Public Art Project.

Our meander will include:

  • Grounding and talk with Culture Bearer, Tina Orduno Calderon, of Chumash, Tongva and Yoeme descent
  • Visit to the former CBS Studios lot -- tour of the new Radford Studio Campus
  • Stroll upriver to Weddington Golf Course and Clubhouse
  • Clubhouse buffet lunch at Cafe Southwest (add-on option at checkout)
  • Talk by Melanie Winter, The River Project
  • Walk up past The Sportsman’s Lodge along restored Native planting areas
  • Professional presentations and breakout into hands-on design sessions to consider the possibilities!
  • Saplings and Native Seed packets giveaway by TreePeople

We suggest that you please bring water, a hat, and wear appropriate walking shoes.

Parasols featuring commissioned art by Jess Gudiel (see her bio below) are available at the event: $75ea. If you buy now at the time of registration, save ten dollars! The limited edition parasol is only $65 as an add-on at checkout.

Tour time: 10am - 230pm (does not include time to walk 2 miles back to starting point)

Walking distance: 4 miles r/t - level ground

__________________________

I wish you would

walk with me here

more often—

--Lewis MacAdams, The River: Book One

 

Explore art, culture, and place along the LA River in a monthly series of guided walks where the River is the lead artist and teacher.

Tina is of Gabrielino Tongva, Chumash and Yoeme descent. She is a singer, songwriter, poet, traditional dancer and storyteller. She is wife, mother, grandmother, sister and auntie to many. To date she has composed over a dozen songs in her ancestral languages of Tongvé and Chumash. Additionally, Tina strongly believes in honoring her ancestors by sharing their history, educating others about Indigenous truths and inspiring others to respect the land, waters, sacred elements and environment. Instagram @lalas_song
 
Jess Gudiel is an LA land based artist rooted in the practice of horticulture, shadow art and puppetry. Gudiel has worked in local schools and art centers for over ten years sharing knowledge of sustainable organic growing while also using shadow art to bring light to youth's creative expression of their interaction with local ecosystems. Jess's more recent Shadow Art work honors the native Tongva in Paviinokre: We Flow, a collaboration with Tina Calderon Tongva and Chumash Culture Bearer and videographer Rosanna Esparza.
 

9Sun
10Mon Sustainability Committee Meeting
7:00pm

Sustainability Committee Meeting | 7:00pm View Committee Page

04/10/2023

Location:

THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD IN PERSON AT THE RADFORD STUDIO CENTER LOT. CLICK THE AGENDA FOR DETAILS 

Meeting Agenda
04/10/2023
Tree REmoval Notice Flyers
04/10/2023
Radford-map
04/10/2023
Protectedtreeord
04/10/2023
CFAC Letter re CPC_2023_1083_CA and CF 22-0268
04/10/2023
11Tue Cancelled - Homelessness Committee Meeting
7:00pm

Homelessness Committee Meeting | 7:00pm View Committee Page

04/11/2023

Location:

THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD IN PERSON AT THE RADFORD STUDIO CENTER LOT. CLICK THE AGENDA


FOR DETAILS 


 


VIRTUAL MEETING TELECONFERENCING NUMBER FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN CONFORMITY WITH THE SEPTEMBER 16, 2021 ENACTMENT OF CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY BILL 361 (RIVAS) AND DUE TO CONCERNS OVER COVID-19, THE STUDIO CITY NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE CONDUCTED ENTIRELY WITH A CALL-IN OPTION OR INTERNET-BASED SERVICE OPTION.


Zoom Meeting Online or By Telephone
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85117232152

Meeting ID: 851 1723 2152
Or dial 669-900-6833 to Join the Meeting
Then Enter This Webinar ID: 851 1723 2152 and Press #

13Thu
14Fri
15Sat
16Sun
17Mon
18Tue
19Wed SCNC Regular Board Meeting Meeting
7:00pm

SCNC Regular Board Meeting Meeting | 7:00pm View Committee Page

04/19/2023

Location: THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD IN PERSON AT THE RADFORD STUDIO CENTER LOT. CLICK THE AGENDA FOR DETAILS 

Meeting Agenda
04/19/2023
Meeting Minutes
04/19/2023
Council File 22-0560 Letter
04/19/2023
Council File 16-1468-S1 Letter
04/19/2023
Radford-map
04/19/2023
SCNC SPECIAL Board Meeting
7:15pm

SCNC SPECIAL Board Meeting | 7:15pm View Committee Page

04/19/2023

Location: This SPECIAL meeting will be held at the Radford Studio Center MPR-3. See agenda for details

Meeting Agenda
04/19/2023
Meeting Minutes
04/19/2023
Notice of hearing 4260 Arch Drive 5-2-23_20230417_0001
04/19/2023
20Thu
21Fri
22Sat
23Sun
24Mon
25Tue
26Wed
27Thu Public Safety Committee Meeting
7:00pm

Public Safety Committee Meeting | 7:00pm View Committee Page

04/27/2023

Location:

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Meeting Agenda
04/27/2023
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