‘After the Aqueduct’

Drawings by Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Barry Lehrman are featured in the “After the Aqueduct” exhibit, at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions from March 4 to April 12. Lehrman’s drawings illustrate the influence of the Los Angeles Aqueduct and make the case that it is obsolete. Produced as part of the Aqueduct Futures project, 127 Cal Poly Pomona students contributed to the creation of the maps and graphics during AY2012/13. After the aqueduct was curated by artist and SDSU Associate Professor Kim Stringfellow. For more information about the exhibit visitwww.welcometolace.org/exhibitions/view/after-the-aqueduct/. Aqueduct Futures maps and drawings will be displayed on campus May 4 through 15 in Building 7, Room 100A.