It’s Artwalk time again!

Twice a year, the residents of the Brewery Arts Colony open their studios to the public. As one of the residents, I feel like I should personally extend an invitation to the lovely readers of this fine blog. For those of you who haven’t been to the Brewery, it’s the largest art colony in the world, and it’s smack dab in the middle of L.A.! There are hundreds of artists who live and work at the Brewery, and twice a year many of us open our doors to the public so people can stop in, see fabulous art, and obtain artwork at studio prices (i.e., wayyyy cheaper than in a gallery). And the whole shebang is free. There’s free parking in the UPS lot adjacent to the complex, and admission is free. (Buying art or food, however, is not free.)

The Brewery Artwalk is this Saturday and Sunday, October 7 and 8, from 11 am – 6 pm both days. Directions can be found here.

3 thoughts on “It’s Artwalk time again!”

  1. Hmmmm, I guess they figure if you’re a Dodger fan, you’re not a fan of art? Or maybe I can’t afford to buy art after the price of my play-off tickets.

    I go to the UPS warehouse all the time. What is that amazing house behind the brewery?

  2. Matt: in re: the Dodgers stuff, the scheduling of Artwalk happens months before the end of the regular season, so they didn’t know whether there would be Dodger games going on then when they planned it. Of course, I will have the games on in my studio on the teevee.

    The house you are referring to is actually a part of the Brewery complex and was built by the owners of the complex as their personal residence.

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