Elysian Valley (aka Frogtown) welcomes art lovers of all ages to enjoy pop-up galleries, artists’ studios, musical performances and art installations along the Los Angeles River from 4-10 p.m. on September 22, 2018. It’s all free!
Held every other year, the Eleventh Frogtown Artwalk celebrates its river community where numerous new established businesses will be joining the Frogtown Artwalk Family as official venues by hosting pop-up art exhibits, food selections, stages and performance spaces.
Stroll, bike, or hitch a ride on a series of FREE pedicabs along the LA River path to move from location to location.
The Elysian Valley Arts Collective is honored to have Léo Limōn participate in the 2018 Frogtown Artwalk at Evolve Project LA, sponsored by River LA and in partnership with Self-Help Graphics. An activist, cultural ambassador, educator and innovator, Léo Limōn has always seen the Los Angeles River as a source for inspiration and the concrete flanks as a blank canvas primed for self-expression. For over forty years, the Los Angeles native and Internationally acclaimed artist has painted his iconic River Catz along the L.A. River, particularly in Frogtown.
NOTE: Frogtown Artwalk on September 22 is a car-free and low-impact festival with extremely limited parking.