STREET SCENE: Levi’s is on a mission to create cultural experiences for customers with a design collaboration of limited edition denim jackets and a series of free film workshops at Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art. Coinciding with the “Art in the Streets” graffiti exhibition that opened Sunday, the workshop offers guests opportunities to create stop-motion animation that they can instantly share to the Web, check out film equipment for free, use editing docks and contribute to a hand-painted film strip that will be screened during a summer concert. Other street-centered events such as movie screenings with food trucks, workshops with filmmakers like Spike Jonze and skate events are also set to take place through the four-month run. In its third iteration, following stints in San Francisco and New York, Levi’s art series is tackling film for the first time. Consumers can take home a piece of the exhibit with $250 limited edition denim jackets decorated by 11 artists from the show, including Lady Pink, Shepard Fairey, André and Chaz Bojorquez.