The Griffith Park Teahouse Visits the Port of LA

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Date(s) - Mar 20
12:00 am

Knoll Hill


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The Griffith Park Teahouse—the guerilla project erected last summer by the anonymous art collective that also brought Los Angeles the recent Downtown project, Petal Drop LA—will resurface at Knoll Hill in San Pedro. Its appearance comes courtesy of the Los Angeles Departments of Cultural Affairs and Recreation and Parks, the Teahouse’s stewards since July 2015 when the artists donated it to the people of Los Angeles. Fans will recall that the beautiful Teahouse was made from redwoods burned down in the 2007 Griffith Park fire. The Teahouse stood on a peak in Griffith Park from June 30–July 28, 2015, where it was visited by thousands of enthusiastic hikers, runners, off-road bikers, and equestrians, many of whom left wishes for Los Angeles on the redwood plaques that adorn the Teahouse. Who knew the Teahouse had secret longings to see the Port of Los Angeles? See it there now through Sunday, March 20.