The first citywide public art biennial, CURRENT:LA Water, began this past Saturday, July 16 and will feature temporary public art projects and programs at numerous outdoor locations through August 14. All events are free and open to the public. Here’s how to get to them via transit:
- The Hub: Metro Bus 96 to 3160 Riverside bus station.
- The Bowtie: Metro Bus 90/91 to San Fernando/Glendale.
- South Weddington Park: Metro Red Line to Universal City/Studio City Station.
- Origins of the Los Angeles River: L.A. River Bike Path.
- Sunnynook River Park: L.A. River Bike Path
- Cheviot Hills Rec Center: Big Blue Bus 5 to Motor/Monte Mar.
- Sepulveda Basin: Metro Orange Line To Balboa Station.
- Hansen Dam: Metro Bus 90/91 to Foothill/Osborne.
- Norman Houston Park: Metro Bus 212/312 to La Brea/Don Lorenzo.
- South Los Angeles Wetlands Park: Metro Bus 51/52/352 to Avalon/56th.
- Westside Neighborhood Park: Metro Bus 35/38 to Jefferson/Clyde, or walk from Metro Expo Line La Cienega/Jefferson Station.
- Del Rey Lagoon: Ballona Creek Bike Path, Metro Bus 115 to Culver/Pacific.
- Echo Park Lake: Metro Bus 92 has multiple stops in Echo Park area.
- First Street Bridge: Metro Gold Line to Pico/Aliso Station.
- Point Fermin: Metro Bus 246 to Shepard/Gaffey.
A full calendar of the events taking place at installation sites is here. Make sure to check it as some of the performances and events change day to day.
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