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Now What?! Featured in LA Times

The Now What?! exhibition at WUHO Gallery was recently featured by the Los Angeles Times in an entertainment and arts article by Wendy Gilmartin. As she states, “In an expansive undertaking, Now What?! Advocacy, Activism and Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968, which opens Saturday, lifts the veil on underrepresented, and sometimes virtually unrecognized, examples of women, people of color and LGBTQ communities who contributed to activist causes via their design and architecture professions.”

Read more about the exhibition and its history here.

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