Free Downtown Art Walk

By David Ball

Every 2nd Thursday of the month – 12PM – 9PM+

Enjoy commercial art galleries, museums, non-profit arts venues, free flowing wine & beverages, finger foods, live painting, live music and more.  A truly wonderful art scene!

Location: Los Angeles Gallery Row – South Main Street between 4th st. & 5th st. (and surrounding area)

11 Responses to “Free Downtown Art Walk”

  1. i really like this site it but i have no clue how to submit for anything???anywayz that art walk sound intersting.

  2. Lunetta says:

    Very Nice blog with a ton of informative information. Can you recommend any decent forums or social groups to join that cover these types of topics. Also, I really appreciate the fact that you approach these topics from a stand point of knowledge and information instead of the typical “I think” mentality that you see so much on the internet these days.

  3. Bournes says:

    Nice entry, thanks for the information.

  4. Losoya says:

    Good info, thanks! And nice blog!

  5. Chittum says:

    Nice entry, thanks for the information.

  6. Plourd says:

    Thanks, exactly what I was looking for. Saved me some time. :)


  7. Rowlee says:

    I just came across your website, I opened it but did not go through it yet. The description about the website is pretty interesting, will take a look at my convenient time.

  8. Whedon says:

    No else said a single thing about it, so I went anyways. It arrived at the art walk and had a great time. Thanks

  9. Bedroom feng shui says:

    Please, can you PM me and tell me few more detailles about this, I am really fan of your web log…

  10. J.9 says:

    The art walk is something that shouldn’t be missed

  11. Ediy says:

    I love this, I’ve gone many times and still planning to keep on going :-)

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