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Brewery ArtWalk Spring 2009

04.17.09   |   Posted in: Art & Design, Events   |   By: A. Salem Jones
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The Brewery ArtWalk is a twice annual open studio weekend at the worlds largest art colony. Each ArtWalk, over 100 resident artists participate. During this event, you will have the opportunity to see new works, discover new favorites, speak with the artists and purchase artworks directly from the artists at studio prices.

When: April 18-19, 2009 from 11 am – 6 pm
Where: 2100 North Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90031 (off the I-5 Freeway at Main Street)

Admission is free and so is parking. Come support LA’s finest artists, take home some great works and and dine at the on-site restaurant.

DIRECTIONS:

from the Westside:
take the 10 (San Bernadino) freeway East, past downtown L.A.,
to the 5 (Golden State) freeway North
to the Main Street Exit.
turn right at the stop sign of the Main Street Offramp.
turn right on Main Street
turn left on Moulton Avenue (one half-block past Avenue 20)

from the San Fernando Valley
Take the 134 Freeway East
to the 5 (santa Ana) freeway South to the Main Street off ramp (this comes up quickly)
turn right onto Main Street
turn left on Moulton Avenue (located one half-block past Avenue 20)

from Orange County
Take the 5 (Golden State) North. Exit Main Street.
turn right at the stop sign of the Main Street Offramp.
turn right on Main Street
turn left on Moulton Avenue (located one half-block past Avenue 20)

from the San Gabrial Valley
Take the 10 (Santa Monica) freeway West,
to the 5 (Golden State) freeway North
to the Main Street Exit.
turn right at the stop sign of the Main Street Offramp.
turn right on Main Street
turn left on Moulton Avenue (one half-block past Avenue 20)

from Pasadena
Take the 110 Freeway South
to the 5 (santa Ana) freeway South
to the Main Street off ramp (this comes up quickly)
turn right onto Main Street
turn left on Moulton Avenue (located one half-block past Avenue 20)

from Hollywood
Take Sunset East into Downtown Los Angeles.
turn Left on Alameda.
turn Right onto Alpine Street.
turn left onto Main Street.
Take Main Street about a mile
turn right on Moulton Avenue (located two blocks past Lamar St.)

From Long Beach + the South Bay
Take the 110 Freeway North
to the 5 Freeway South (Downtown L.A. Interchange),
Look for the Broadway off ramp(exit number 3A) in less than a mile and exit there.,
Turn left on N. Broadway. Turn right onto W Cesar Chavez Ave.
Turn left onto N. Alameda St.
Turn right on Alpine.
Make a quick left on N. Main St.
Take N. Main Street about a mile
Make a right on Moulton Ave.
turn right on Moulton Avenue (located two blocks past Lamar St.)

From Union Station – Downtown Los Angeles
Ride METRO LOCAL LINE 79 -or- LOCAL LINE 78 (ARCADIA) heading east
From: CESAR E CHAVEZ AV/VIGNES ST(SW corner)
To: MISSION RD/WORKMAN ST(SE corner)
-or-
Ride METRO LOCAL LINE 76 (EL MONTE STATION) heading north
From: MAIN ST/CESAR E CHAVEZ AV(NE corner)
To: MAIN ST/AVENUE 20(SE corner)
-or-
Ride DASH LINCOLN HTS/CHINATWN (LINCOLN HTS-CHINATOWN CLOCKWISE) heading north
From: VIGNES ST/CESAR E CHAVEZ AV(NE corner)
To: MAIN ST/AVENUE 20

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  2. Nastia Says:

    Bravo! I appreciate the focus on ready-to-wear shwooorm furniture and the designers, versus the bland custom apartment and condo jobs where everything looks great but doesn’t have the soul and passion of pieces created by a designer from their own thoughts, and put on display in a proud take-it-or-leave it fashion. This stuff is incredible art. Would like to see more on non-lamp lighting, the technology behind the pieces (ala the low swivel), and get someone to walk you through a time-lapse-style set up of a soon to be opened retail store with their behind the scenes thoughts sprinkled in. Great production values on the show; more screen time for the Bronco. 2

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