the MADE Story Telling Hour(s)


If you like The Moth, This American Life, Snap Judgement, Serial …or just love authentic storytelling, this is the place for you. Always free to attend, always an open mic story telling slot at the end for you to tell one of your stories and always a full bar … to get you loosened up and hydrated. Table seating and standing room. All ages.
SEE BELOW FOR LIST OF FEATURED SPEAKERS

Join us on March 16th from 7 to 9 pm.
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Wild Chive Vegan Pop-Up Thursday Night Dinner

Join us for dinner! Yes, you heard right the Wild Chive is now open for dinner every Thursday night from 5pm to 9pm starting on February 22, 2018.
Dining in a unique setting, our 4,500 sq ft show room, surrounded by local art and culture.
Full, table service dinner, and full bar are open 5pm-9pm.
FREE 2 hour parking is always available in the City Place parking lot on 3rd street just before Pine Ave.
The Wild Chive vegan is here for dinner every Thursday and for brunch every Sunday. We recommend you come early, and stay and shop after

heARTbeat – Jim Coke Photography Exhibition


MADE by Millworks presents
heARTbeat: California Counterculture 1966-69
Photographs by Jim Coke
Saturday, March 10 until Tuesday, April 2

OPENING EVENT March 10, 7-10pm
(scroll to bottom to see full details about the opening, including list of performers)

Artist’s Statement: In 1991, in my hometown of Long Beach, I discovered my unprinted vintage negatives and color transparencies after being piqued by Oliver Stone’s movie, The Doors. To my surprise, the notorious rock band had lain in storage untouched since 1967, when I captured them in their prime at LA’s first rock music festival two weeks before “Light My Fire” went number one nationally.

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Best Vegan Brunch in LA!


Yes, you read that right. Our very own Wild Chive was voted Best Vegan Brunch in Los Angeles. Come down to MADE every Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm so that you too understand why. We can’t wait to feed you!

Recap of How I MADE It – January 2018

Check out the videos of How I MADE It from January 2018.
All videos by Rychard Cooper.
This How I MADE It was curated by Steven Deeble and explored the creative process.
You can purchase Steven Deeble’s novel Persistence of Vision at MADE by Millworks both in store and online.
Join us on February 9 for the next MADE Story Telling Hour(s)

Introduction:

in honor of Blaze Bernstein

Steven Deeble

Raindog

Nancy Lynee Woo

Lili De La Mora and Rodney Sellars