Wherefore Thou Art Rides?

gallride.jpgNortheast Los Angeles is home to some two dozen galleries and art houses packed into a two-mile radius and the Spoke(n) Art Ride aims to travel to nearly all of them this Saturday night, April 8. The Northeast Los Angeles Arts Organization, Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council, the East L.A. Bike Oven, and the Locos Armadillos 42 biker tribe are all in cahoots for this rolling event, which will start out at 7 p.m. from the intersection of Figueroa Street and York Boulevard (map) for a three-hour tour that will leisurely wind its way around Eagle Rock and Highland Park, checking out the area’s broad spectrum of artistic genres and styles before ending up at after parties taking place at the Bike Oven (130 W. Avenue 42, Highland Park) and the nearby Rock Rose Gallery (4108 Figueroa Street), both are close to all-night bus lines and Gold Line stations.

The next Downtown Art Ride is scheduled for Thursday, April 13. Done in conjunction with the monthly Downtown Art Walk riders meet at 5 p.m. at the Downtown Art Gallery at 1611 S. Hope Street (map), and depart at 5:30 p.m., hitting a score or more galleries along the way.

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