Virtual reality for public art and community gathering during Covid-19

The Arroyo Arts Collective (AAC) invites you to a virtual exhibition re-imagining Highland Park’s La Tierra de la Culebra Art Park.

Imaginar is an innovative art project allowing viewers to experience large-scale artistic sculptures and attend live musical performances and artist talks in a group setting online, all from the safety of their own home. All you need is a computer with microphone, and an internet connection.

¨In the Garden of Memory, in the Palace of Dreams… that is where you and I shall meet.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

Video Tour of Imaginar Art Park

Visit Imaginar Art Park 

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Photo preview of the art park and link to access virtual park
Imaginar – Developed by Yeu Q Nguyen

On view starting August 15 on Hubs, a real-time VR communication platform by Mozilla
Receptions on Saturday, August 22nd and Sunday, August 30th from 5pm – 7pm PST

Developed by: Yeu Q Nguyen

Contributing Artists: Maria Bjorkdahl, Carol Colin, Aleka Corwin, Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke, Heather Hoggan, David Isakson, Mandy Palasik, Yeltsin Penado, and Robyn Sanford.

Performers: Severin Behnen, Jolie Holland, Linda Kaye & Josie Roth, Darius Lux and Timothy Sellers

Curator: Heather Hoggan
Event Organizer: Ralph Waxman
Marketing Coordinator: Thea Orozco
Intern: Ernesto Oropeza

To host your own events in this new landscape of wonder created by Yeu Q Nguyen, use this link:
For tutorials, please visit:

About La Tierra de la Culebra Art Park
Originally established after the 1992 Los Angeles civil uprising, community volunteers organized by artist Tricia Ward and ARTSCorp LA transformed a forsaken lot on Avenue 57 in Highland Park into La Tierra de la Culebra, an art park for local youths and residents to relax and mingle. Together they constructed a 500-foot serpent made from stone, rubble, and piqué tiles, which symbolized the central goals of the art park: community strength and regeneration after difficult times. In more recent years the AAC has become a steward of the Art Park and all it stands for.

IMAGINAR is made possible in part through the generous support of the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles. 


Disclaimer: visitors accept sole liability for usage of the park. You agree to indemnify the Arroyo Arts Collective, Imaginar’s developer, and its affiliates against and costs, claims, damages, liability, legal fees, loss and any other expenses resulting from your visit and usage of Imaginar. We retain the right to remove or block access to any materials and individuals deemed inappropriate, at our sole discretion.