On the way to the initial start of the Humanities Conference, this instantly caught my eye on some of the side streets of Los Angeles- and a street loaded with art, creativity, and adventure. I love the idea also, that supporting pop-up ideas can lead to amazing streets of inspriaton in our communities.
Pop Ups. A WHOLE street devoted to young, entreprenuers that encouraged new, creative ideas- now well established businesses, and here were some of them:
Throw Clay Pottery Studio ( I LOVED THIS)
Chayil Maison Lashes, facials and more
and I loved this mural “You are a Godess living in a City of Angels.”
Creativity and enrtreprenurship should not be separate entities in our communities, I hope we can follow some of these models of pop-ups and encourage young entrepreneurs to be staples in our community.
On the way, I heard this name and did some investigation – Liz Gerber connected to engineering-
I do believe from the top down (communiy leaders to youth) much can be done to change the dynamic of success and dreams in youth in our communities 🙂