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January 30, 2011 | By Christopher Reynolds, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
The tourists think big. Arriving in Southern California, they expect to conquer Disneyland and Hollywood, perhaps on the same day, in between the surfing and snowboarding. Then they get stuck in traffic. Then come the recriminations, the tears, the vows to visit an island next time. The locals think small. Tracing tight little loops between home and work, they dodge freeways and alien neighborhoods. There are Los Feliz people who haven't set foot in Venice since the latter Bush administration (I'm one)
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 19, 2011
ART Venice's Art Walk may not have the massive crush of booze-addled fans as downtown's version, but that may be an upside. In the idyllic setting, artists will open their studios and galleries will host visitors for a variety of events, auctions and showings, along with a spate of culinary and musical accompaniments. Various locations in Venice, Fri.-Sun. See theveniceartwalk.org for full schedule.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 18, 2012
Get your art on at the biannual Brewery Art Walk, which is held in what is being dubbed the "world's largest art complex. " With more than 100 artists in residence, this massive former beer brewing company complex offers something for every genre of art enthusiast, as well as plenty of entertainment and refreshments. The Brewery, 2100 N. Main St., L.A. Free. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. and Sun. http://www.breweryartwalk.com.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 13, 2010
Growing in leaps and bounds since its inception in 2004, the Downtown Art Walk's ongoing popularity mirrors the proliferation of art galleries concentrated in the vicinity of Main and Spring streets, now known as Gallery Row. Highlights this time include new exhibitions at Bert Green Fine Art, Norbertellen Gallery, CB1 Gallery and Terrell Moore Gallery, the grand opening of the Buchanan Gallery, the first show at a new location for Edgar Varela Fine...
ENTERTAINMENT
October 14, 2010
Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk Held: Monthly Next one: Thursday, Noon-10 p.m. Info: http://www.downtownartwalk.com Artwalk Culver City Held: Annually Next One: Early June (subject to change) Info: http://www.culvercity.org Miracle Mile Art Walk Held: Quarterly Next one: Saturday, 2-10 p.m. Info: http://www.miraclemileartwalk.com The Brewery Artwalk Held: Spring and fall Next one: Spring 2011 Info: http://www.
NEWS
May 17, 2007
Tours of artists' studios and significant architecture, an art auction, a food fair and live entertainment are among the offerings this week at the annual Venice Art Walk. The events include art and architecture tours -- one of "green" homes and the other of private homes and art collections on the Marina Peninsula -- on Saturday. On Sunday, about 60 artists open their studios for tours, while attendees can patronize a daylong food fair at Westminster School, 1010 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
OPINION
August 11, 2011
The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk will likely never return to the days when perhaps 100 people strolled among a dozen galleries on Spring and Main streets one evening each month. Seven years after gallery owners and business leaders had the idea that Angelenos would promenade a block from Skid Row, the event now draws up to 30,000 visitors, beckoned by four dozen galleries and numerous bars, restaurants and food trucks. It has both spurred the revitalization of downtown and grown with it. But some patrons seem more interested in carousing than browsing — let alone buying — art. Bitter squabbling among business owners and Art Walk organizers has, at times, threatened to dissolve the event altogether.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1996 | MARY F. POLS
The Conejo Valley Art Museum is looking for someone to coordinate its 10th annual juried Art Walk show, a two-day event featuring 150 artists. No encyclopedic knowledge of Picasso required; museum director Maria Dessornes said the primary quality she's looking for is energy. "They have to be energetic and a self-starter," Dessornes said. "And they have to be able to coordinate."
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