Both a gallery and a center of study, CLUI researches and chronicles all forms of land use, from uranium cell disposal sites to views from highways. From their website: “We believe that the manmade landscape is a cultural inscription, that can be read to better understand who we are, and what we are doing.” It’s a mandate that’s at once all-encompassing and somewhat obscure—the best way to understand it may be to go on one of the center’s popular bus tours where knowledgeable guides might explain, say, the cultural impact of the world’s largest Frito Lay factory.
|Venue name:||Center for Land Use and Interpretation (CLUI)|
9331 Venice Blvd
|Opening hours:||Fri-Sun noon-5pm|
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