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Downtown L.A. Art Walk

The Guide to Los Angeles Art Walks

10/12/2012

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From Downtown L.A.'s thriving art scene to Venice's longstanding funkiness to San Pedro's eclectic collections near the Port of Los Angeles, local art walks give both locals and visitors an opportunity to get the true flavor of a community, not to mention a much-needed art fix.

Food trucks at Abbot Kinney First Fridays

First Fridays at Abbot Kinney Boulevard: Welcome to the Neighborhood

10/12/2012

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There’s no better way to check out the art (and the shopping) on Abbot Kinney Boulevard, located in the heart of Venice, than stopping by on the first Friday of every month. The event starts around 6 p.m. and runs until 10 p.m. The neighborhood merchants come together to feature the best artists, gifts, products and music. And, of course, beverages are available. 

Metro Public Art in Los Angeles: Art of the Purple Line

09/14/2012

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Los Angeles Metro’s public art showcases the city’s roots, providing visitors with an easy way to learn about various aspects of LA’s personality. Movies, culture, myth and architecture all appear in the public art works of L.A. Metro’s Purple Line, which runs from Union Station to Wilshire and Western. Take some time to explore, and see how public art in L.A. adds another dimension to the city’s art scene.