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 léo Limón 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!
Don’t go thirsty at the artwalk…..bring your re-useable water bottles to the event. LADWP will be turning the fire hydrants of Elysian Valley into water fountains where you can fill up these water bottles as you go. Look for these “fountains” at 2938 Gilroy St., 2853 Knox Ave and 1798 Blake St.
Stop by the Women’s Center for Creative Work (Venue 33 at 2425 Glover Pl) to support the Mapping Feminist Los Angeles project: a spatial and digital network that re-contextualizes LA neighborhoods through the filter of intersectional feminism online, in print, and in-person. From 11 am – 3 pm, the project will have a fundraising kickoff event. The GoFundMe page will go live that day and all the money raised from this event and their online campaign will go towards developing the map in the fall of 2018! There will be food, drinks, games, crafts, music, and a raffle of art work from...
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 LARCEE.org for more details, and to learn how we are working to protect the health of our communities along the LA River.