Downtown Gallery Row Art Walk

The Downtown Art Walk is a self-guided tour that showcases the many art exhibition venues in Downtown Los Angeles — commercial art galleries, museums, and non-profit arts venues.

FREE Art Walk DASH shuttles run 7–10 pm on Art Walk nights. Last bus leaves at 9:45 pm. The route is a loop, going north on Main, south on Spring from 2nd to 9th Streets. Route is also indicated on the map. DASH shuttles will be hosted by local historians Mike the Poet (author of “I Am Alive in Los Angeles”), and Richard Schave of Esotouric, who will provide information to visitors on the history of downtown Los Angeles.

New In March:
Welcome to LAMP Community Art Project on Main Street and Gallery at REDCAT at Disney Hall to the Downtown Art Walk.

The Art Walk map may also be used as a guide to the area art galleries throughout the month.

Special Events
The
Rowan Lofts at 5th & Spring will host a special presentation: a four-screen projected outdoor video art installation, produced & curated by Niche Video Art, and an indoor show of Felipe Dupouy’s downtown photography. Also occurring during the Downtown Art Walk is the Los Angeles Comedy Walk.

Yappy Hour Event for Dogs at the Loftydog! 120 W. 2nd St. 213-687-8820 7 to 9 pm. Live music. Local Restaurant Colori will be sponsoring food.

Participating Galleries
The Museum of Contemporary Art
Gallery at REDCAT
LA Artcore Center
2nd Street Cigars and Gallery
deSoto
Art Slave
Morono Kiang Gallery
Continental
Taller 410
Museum of Neon Art
Crewest
Dale Youngman Gallery
LAMP Community Art Project
Pharmaka Art
Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
El Nopal Press

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