Frogtown Artwalk 2018

37 Venues, 50 artists, 3 stages with music, a “literary lounge”, an interactive light installation stretching ½ mile along the LA River, pedi-cabs, live screen-printing with Leo Limon and Self-Help Graphics, and dance exhibits at First Impressions.

Please join us for the 11th Frogtown Artwalk, a community festival that stretches 2 miles along the LA River and engages artists, businesses and residents in a celebration of the creativity flourishing in this neighborhood!

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The Frogtown Artwalk is happy to welcome the LARCEE to the community organizations that will be participating in the event. LARCEE runs the Elysian Valley Slow Ride, a monthly gathering of cyclists, pedestrians and community members who work to improve the experience and safety of those who come to enjoy the LA River shared use path. Visit for more details, and to learn how we are working to protect the health of our communities along the LA River.

On September 15thartwalk featured artist, Leo Limon kicked off the event with an interactive painting session at Evolve Project LA.  Leo stenciled several of his legendary River Catz on the back wall of the business facing the LA River path. Community members and interested passers-by filled in many of the Catz, leaving two for Leo to fully paint in his style.  Visitors to the artwalk on September 22 can view the resulting mural from the river path, and can meet Leo and see more of his work (along with work of artist Daniel...

We’re looking for volunteers to help set up the light installation.

“Come be a part of the first-ever “Light Riders” installation, over half a mile along the LA River Bikepath. Be part of LA River history by lending a hand for the installation. We meet at 8:00 AM on Sept. 22nd outside of Spoke Bicycle Cale 3050 N. Coolidge Ave.

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