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This Echo Park space is an art gallery, yes, but it’s also home to anything and everything that its owners find interesting: Musical performances, poetry readings, classes and workshops. Machine has become best known for its array of investigations into science, technology and the human soul with courses that range from electronics and sound design to sewing and natural medicine. They host an average of two events per week, open to the public and free of charge.

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