FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE SEPTEMBER 8th DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ART WALK LOS ANGELES August 29th, 2016 — In less than two weeks, the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk will be celebrating its twelve year anniversary. Beginning with only three galleries in what is now commonly known as ‘Gallery Row’, the Downtown Art Walk, and DTLA […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE NOVEMBER 10th DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ART WALK LOS ANGELES October 26th, 2016 — This November, the Downtown Art Walk is proud to present Lucid Illusions, a one night only surrealist exhibition featuring local and international artists, Eduardo Talledos, Liz Huston, Kevin Alcantar, and Anabelle Del Valle. The show, which brings a […]
Flower to the People of Berlin by Thierry Noir FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE NOVEMBER 10th DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ART WALK LOS ANGELES November 21st, 2016 —This December, the Downtown Art Walk will be hosting a very special Small Works Holiday Show in collaboration with local art spaces Howard Griffin Gallery, Sugar Press, and REN Gallery. Featuring a collection of small, […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE OCTOBER 13th DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ART WALK LOS ANGELES September 27th, 2016 — This October, the Downtown Art Walk will be welcoming the artists and organizers behind Smile South Central, a community mural project curated by Adam Ayala, to our Art Walk Lounge. Located on 634 S. Spring Street, the exhibition […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE AUGUST 11th DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ART WALK LOS ANGELES August 4th, 2016 — Please join us at the Downtown Art Walk Lounge on Thursday, August 11th as we study the nature of movement and connectivity in our city’s ever changing neighborhoods through a beautiful showcase of paintings and photographs by local […]
Sweet Skull by Kevin Alcantar. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE NOVEMBER 10th DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ART WALK LOS ANGELES October 26th, 2016 —This November, the Downtown Art Walk is proud to present Lucid Illusions, a one night only surrealist exhibition featuring local and international artists, Eduardo Talledos, Liz Huston, Kevin Alcantar, andAnabelle Del Valle. The show, which brings a variety of artistic mediums […]
FATHOM present Robert Landau’s 40 year photographic survey: Los Angeles, Art and Artifice. This master of urban landscapes trains his camera on the city he loves. Robert’s unique style and sense of humor capture scenes of daily life that could only play out here in the City of Angels. If you Love LA, mark your calendar.
World Art Day Weekend Closing Reception, with refreshments and Live entertainment from 4-7pm.
Join Cartwheel Art Tours on an immersive and educational experience in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. Beginning with the first ever pre-screening of the film Dark Progressivism, with Rodrigo Rivera d’Ebre, director and writer of the film. Dark Progressivism is a riveting inside look at the Los Angeles history of graffiti and tattoo art, […]
For this special WORLD ART DAY / WEEKEND EVENT, we offer a FREE guided tour of 8 significant artists studios and homes, where art enthusiasts will be treated to historical information, artist musings and inspirations, and other tales from the talented. The tour will be held on SUNDAY APRIL 17TH, FROM NOON – 4 PM. Featured Artists include Andre Miripolsky, Guillermo Bert, Jen Moore, Jill Sykes, Kristin Schomaker, Sean Sobczak, Teale Hathaway, and Ted Meyer. The tour will begin at 12 noon sharp. RSVP’s are a must and cancellations required if you cannot attend, as space is very limited. Meet at Barbara’s Restaurant at the Brewery Moulton Street entrance at 11:45AM. Each stop will last approx. 20-30 minutes, ending at the I-5 Gallery and Brewery Atrium, where a special exhibit of of BOTART will be featured. BOTART is a large curated collection of international artists whose unique art is featured on wooden wine barrels. More than 30 barrels will be on exhibit along with additional art by select artists. The I-5 Gallery will also be the site of the World Art DayWeekend Closing Reception, with refreshments and entertainment from 4-7 pm. The reception is open to the general public and also free, but reservations are also requested for this separate event.