"a weebeasts review"
By Katie McArthy
Meet at corner
of Traction and Hewitt
Bring your dog!
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ART MURMUR GALLERY
129 E. 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014
418 Bamboo Lane,
through Saturday, 12-6pm
The Downtown Los Angeles'
Guide to Downtown artists
The Downtown Artist Project goal is
to help local artists benefit from the growth of downtown
LA and resist being swept away by it.
are creating an online
Artist Resource Guide to give
downtown businesses and residents access to local talent.
It will not only feature local fine art, but
graphics, illustration, photography,
interior decoration, and any other
creative skills artists use to make a
living will be promoted.
This will keep some of the money being spent transforming
the area in the local economy.
artists living and working Downtown are invited to sign
up and give us a list of their skills and their contact
numbers, email address and/or url link.
We will provide free web sites and email accounts to artists
will be also be put on the
DAP group email list, so they can post
messages to all the other artists who sign up.
sign up and be included!
is an Ad hoc committee of the
Arts, Aesthetics, Culture & Education
Committee of DLANC
(Downtown LA Neighborhood Council).
of Every Month
Downtown Art Walk is a monthly, self-guided tour of the
art exhibition venues in Downtown Los Angeles, which includes
commercial art galleries, museums, and non-profit arts
venues. The Art Walk hours are 12 noon to 9 pm. The boundaries
of the Art Walk are the 101 freeway to the north, the
110 freeway to the west, San Pedro Street to the east,
and Olympic Blvd. to the south. This event is free and
open to the public.
Downtown Art Walk is designed as a self-guided tour, but
guided tours of the Gallery Row portion of the Downtown
Art Walk are also available, led by Ashley McLean Emenegger
of McLean Fine Art. For tour prices and schedules visit
or call Ms. Emenegger
in the Downtown Art Walk are the Museum of Contemporary
Art on Grand Avenue (MOCA), Los Angeles Public Library,
L. A. Artcore Center, 2nd Street Cigars and Gallery, de
Soto, M. J. Higgins, Pharmaka, Los Angeles Center for
Digital Art, El Nopal Press, Bert Green Fine Art, Niche.LA/Lounge
441, Kristi Engle Gallery, Art Murmur Gallery, 626 Gallery,
Modern Art Downtown, Gallery 727, The Hive Gallery, Infusion
Gallery, Museum of Neon Art (MONA), and the Downtown Art
Downtown Art Walk is partnering with the Center Theatre
Group by taking part in the Art Lovers Series, a special
subscription program that includes cultural activities
in addition to the plays in the series. A link to the
Art Lovers Series can be found on the Downtown Art Walk
website's Partners page.
are encouraged to arrive by public transit, as the Art
Walk is easily accessible by the Red, Gold, and Blue line
trains which run until midnight, and the area is well
served by the DASH bus system until 6:30 pm. Parking is
plentiful in the areas many lots and garages, at meters
on the street until 4 pm, and free parking after 6 pm
on most streets.
and a map of the
Downtown Art Walk
are available on the website
The Derby Dolls
Derby Dolls new 30,000 sq.ft. venue is in HISTORIC FILIPINOTOWN!
If you don't know exactly where that is...It's between
the 101 and ALVARADO and the 101 and Glendale Blvd. On
the south side of the freeway.
Doll House is at
1910 West Temple St. Zip: 90026
forget: These GAMES SELL OUT! GET YOUR TIX ONLINE
Bert Green Fine Art
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 12 - 6 pm
Second Thursday Downtown Art
102 West 5th St., Los Angeles, CA 90013
Phantom Galleries LA
S. Spring St. #443
Click on Fumiko for her
comprehensive list of events.
101 West Fifth St.
Regular gallery hours: W-Sun
Noon-6pm or by
*Open to the public.
Municipal Art Gallery
4800 Hollywood Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Contacts: Mark Greenfield,
HOURS AND ADMISSIONS
Thursday - Sunday,
12:00 noon 5:00 p.m.
Angeles Center for Digital Art
107 West Fifth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Center for Cultural Innovation
has posted its Schedule of Classes at
or call 213-687-8577.
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for Arts & Culture
819 Seventh Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Artistas de las Americas
2122 W. Seventh St., inside Bohemia Books, (213) 487-4300.
120 Judge John Aiso St., inside the Union Center for the
. (213) 617-3274 or laartcore.org.
Rail Art Tours
(213) 922-2738 to book a tour on other days (groups of 15
or more) or metro.net/metroart.
The 62 Metro Rail stations
and the Gateway Transit Center feature the work of artists
commissioned to enhance the transit system. Guided tours,
free to the public, meet at the Hollywood/Highland Metro
the first Saturday of every month
at 10 a.m.and at Union Station on the first Sunday of every
month at 10 a.m.
727 S. Spring St.,
Chung King Road and Adjacent
Galleries These Chinatown galleries often hold concurrent
evening receptions. In Chinatown's West Plaza, adjacent
to 949 N. Hill St., (213) 680-0243 or chinatownla.com
Kordansky Gallery: 510 Bernard St., (323) 222-1482 or
963 Chung King Rd., (213) 625-1360 or thehappylion.com.
New Chinatown Barber Shop
930 N. Hill St., (323) 810-8830.
949 Chung King Rd., (213) 628-3883 or LMANgallery.com.
990 N. Hill St., #205, (323) 225-1288.
932 Chung King Rd., (213) 617-8217.
945 Chung King Rd., (213) 626-1984 or oulous.com.
969 Chung King Road, (213) 617-1100
808 N. Spring St. #320, (626) 253-5266 or email@example.com.
975 Chung King Rd., (213) 387-8188 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brewery Arts Colony
2100 N. Main St., (213) 694-2911
The Brewery is
one of the world's largest artist colonies.
676 S. Ave. 21, #33,
Gallery: 2100 N. Main St., A9,
(323) 225-2299 or breweryart.org.
Artcore Brewery Annex:
650A S. Ave. 21, (213) 617-3274.
630 W. Fifth St., (213) 228-7555 or lapl.org..
2380 Glendale Blvd., (323) 912-0008.
American Cultural and
George J. Doizaki Gallery,
244 S. San Pedro St. (310) 271-5745
3513 W. Sixth St., (213) 381-1137 or theperfectexposure.com.
of Our Lady of the Angels
555 W. Temple St., (213) 680-5224 or californiaartclub.org