ICL 2013 : Work in progress

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ICL 2013: In past conferences and events, Imprint Culture Lab has focused on international and underground trends, next-level technology, and extraordinary architecture (for dogs). On April 26, it will turn the spotlight toward its hometown. Long Beach: Work in Progress will provide a multifaceted examination of an organically ripening community on the cusp of coolness, with history, energy, and potential that cannot be replicated by planned communities. The event will focus on the city’s rich-but-seldom-celebrated heritage and unsung diversity and as well as its rejuvenation and current flourishing of creative cultures and businesses. Appropriately, it will take place at the historic and ignored Edison Theatre on Broadway.
Speakers: John Jay (Wieden + Kennedy), Cara Mullio (Author/Root Development), Jennifer M. Volland (Author), Jonathan Gold (LA Times food critic), Jack Grisham (Author/Musician, TSOL), Dengue Fever (Band), Chad Tim Tim (Pro Skater), Justin Reynolds (Skate Goods Distributor), Paul Kwon (Skate Shoe Designer), Joe Escalante (The Vandals), Ricki Bedenbaugh (Skate Video Cinematographer), Amy Bodek (Development Services for the City of Long Beach), and Julia Huang (Founder of Imprint/CEO of interTrend Communications)
Location: The Edison Theater 213 East Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90802 (Map it)
Time & Date: Friday, April 26th, 9am-4pm
8:30am Registration: Coffee & bagels provided by Panera Bread.
9:00am Keynote Address: John Jay (Wieden + Kennedy Garage) is a global citizen who curates culture from around the world. But he has also vested himself in his adopted hometown of Portland, OR, which he is helping to transform into a better, more creative community.
10:00am Architecture Panel: Co-authors of Long Beach Architecture: The Unexpected Metropolis Cara Mullio and Jennifer M. Volland will discuss their recent studies and upcoming book which focuses on Case Study House architect Edward Killingsworth. Moderated by Amy Bodek.
11:00am Food Panel: Pulitzer Prize winning food writer Jonathan Gold (The Los Angeles Times) will share his thoughts on Long Beach eateries from Joe Jost to Johnny Reb’s and beyond.
12:00pm Lunch: Provided by Imprint and Panera Bread.
1:00pm Music Panel: TSOL singer Jack Grisham and Dengue Fever members Chhom Nimol and Zac Holtzman will represent Long Beach’s underground punk scene of the late ’70s and early ’80s and Little Cambodia subculture of today. Joe Escalante of The Vandals (who were also based in Long Beach) will moderate.
2:00pm Skate Panel: Pro skater Chad Tim Tim, skate cinematographer Ricki Bedenbaugh, skate shoe designer Paul Kwon, and skate goods distributor Justin Reynolds will talk about Long Beach’s skateboarding heritage and its effect on the city’s culture and future.
3:00pm Round Table: Moderated by Jeff Staple.
4:00pm Reception: Refreshments at The Stave.


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