Mar 26 | Join Us | Waters Of Change

We’re excited to participate in an intimate evening exploring Water in the American West at the luscious Now Instant Image Hall in Chinatown, Los Angeles.

​We will hear inspiring stories from the front lines of change and get an inside look the water systems sustaining Southern California.

​Our program will showcase climate related artworks by Lars Bergquist and feature a screening of the documentary short ‘Pipe Dreams’ by Los Angeles based Filmmaker Kyle Scoble.

​The 20-minute film follows J.B. Hamby’s 2020 campaign to win a seat on the Imperial Valley Irrigation Board as a 24 year old Stanford grad. Now 28, and Chair of the California Colorado River Board, he leads negotiations for California’s water rights claims on the declining river.

​Post screening, JB and Kyle will be joined on stage for a moderated panel discussion with Lee Alexanderson, Sr. Civil Engineer for Long Term Strategic Water Planning at Los Angles County DPW, and  Be Your Change Founder and Filmmaker Juliette Bouquerel.

​We’ll then move downstairs to the onsite speakeasy to sip on radically low carbon and regenerative craft cocktails by mixologist Eric Martin and mingle with a like minded community. We hope to inspire conversations and kismet.

​Due to very limited capacity this event is ticketed.