LECTURES: Fri, February 22, 2013
This week’s 40th anniversary special edition of the Los Angeles Downtown News lists the SCI-Arc Campus among the buildings that have had a major impact on the Central City.
“The 1906 structure became a hive for 500 students and the school’s faculty and administrative offices,” writes reporter Ryan Vaillancourt about the SCI-Arc building. “The activation of the 89,000-square-foot space was by far the most important project in the Arts District in decades,” adds Vaillancourt.
Read the full article at “The Buildings That Shaped Downtown.”
Earlier this month, the weekly publication also announced the $1 million endowment gift received by SCI-Arc from its trustee, Los Angeles developer Tom Gilmore. Read that story at “Tom Gilmore’s Million Dollar SCI-Arc Chair.”