TheCalifornia Institute of the Arts is expected to open the Wild Beast music pavilion soon later this year on the school’s Valencia campus. The 3,200-square-foot, free-standing structure will serve as a home for classrooms and combined indoor-outdoor performance space that can be opened on one side, allowing audiences to sit in the glen surrounding the building. When closed, the hall can seat 80 to 100 audience members; when open, more than 600 will be able to gather for the performance. The architect is Hodgetts + Fung. To read The Los Angeles Times article, click here.
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