12 - 9 pm
(some locations close earlier, see details on Art Walk map)
The Downtown Art Walk is a free, self-guided tour of the many art exhibition venues in Downtown Los Angeles - commercial art alleries, museums, and non-profit arts venues. Public information and a printable map of the Downtown Art Walk are available at www.downtownartwalk.com.
Participants in the Downtown Art Walk are The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles Public Library, Grey Goose, L.A. Artcore Center, 2nd Street Cigars and Gallery, de Soto, M. J. Higgins, bank, Crewest, The Regent Galleries, Pharmaka, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, El Nopal Press, Bert Green Fine Art, INMO Gallery, Red Dot Gallery, Niche.LA Video Art, Kristi Engle Gallery, Art Murmur Gallery, 626 Gallery, Infusion Gallery, Gallery 727, The Hive Gallery, City Center Gallery, Gallery of Contemporary Art, IMG-81, and the Downtown Art Gallery.
New in March:
The Museum of Contemporary Art (Geffen Contemporary) rejoins the Downtown Art Walk in March after a long renovation.
The Museum of Neon Art is temporarily closed for relocation, but is scheduled to return to the Art Walk in late 2007 at a new downtown location.
The Los Angeles Downtown News awarded the Downtown Art Walk "Best Project" for the Historic Core of Downtown LA.
Visitors are encouraged to arrive by public transit, as the Art Walk is easily accessible by the Red, Gold, and Blue line trains which run past midnight, and the area is well served by the DASH bus system until 6:30 pm. Parking is plentiful in the areas many paid lots and garages, at meters on the street until 4 pm, and free after 6 pm on most streets.
The Downtown Art Walk is sponsored by Pete's Cafe & Bar at 4th & Main Streets, and 213 Ventures' Golden Gopher on 8th between Hill and Olive, and the Broadway Bar on Broadway between 8th & 9th Streets. The public may subscribe to the Downtown Art Walk announcement list at DowntownLAArtWalkfirstname.lastname@example.org
Official Website: http://www.downtownartwalk.com/
Added by kiracle on March 2, 2007