Artwalk is held twice a year. The innovative, experimental artists of the Brewery open their homes and studios to art lovers and cultural explorers.
Within the Los Angeles Brewery Arts Complex you’ll find ceramics, sculpture, glass art, street art, handcrafted jewelry, fashion, photography, prints and paintings. There are installations and performance, video art and galleries. Follow the color-coded map to the kind of art you most enjoy and then diverge to develop your own cultural understanding and discover something completely new.
Fall 2017 Brewery Artwalk will be more than an art show; it will be an event complete with some of the area’s best food trucks and a beer garden hosted by Barbara’s restaurant. The free event is for those who want to discover one-of-a-kind treasures, explore how Los Angeles artists live and work, or simply immerse themselves in creativity.
What: The Fall 2017 Brewery Artwalk, the largest original Art Walk in the world
Where: 2100 N. Main St., Los Angeles, CA 90031, northeast of downtown Los Angeles, off I-5 Main Street exit
When: October 21st & 22nd, 11am-6pm
Cost: Free admission and parking.
History: The Brewery Arts Complex was an operating brewery from 1897 through 1979. The 16-acre lot became an arts complex in 1982 after Los Angeles passed the artist-in-residence housing code, which gave artists the right to rent live/work space in industrially zoned buildings. About 500 artists now live and/or work at The Brewery. For 35 years, many artists have been opening their homes and studios to the public for Artwalks. The Artwalks began as annual events and are now held twice a year.
More info at http://www.breweryartwalk.com/