The world’s largest art complex, located in downtown Los Angeles, will open its studios to the public this weekend for the biannual Brewery Artwalk. The Brewery is home to 500-plus residential artists including painters, photographers, jewelry- makers, sculptors, furniture designers and many more!
On Saturday and Sunday, visitors will get a chance to explore exhibits around the 16-acre campus and buy their favorite pieces directly from the artist. Best of all, admission to the art walk is free and Metro riders with a valid TAP card get special offers at participating art studios:
- Bianca Dorso: Save 15% on your purchase
- Bruce Dean: Save 15% on your purchase
- Burton Gray: Save 25% on listed prices and receive a FREE 8×10″ print
- Chenhung Chen: Save 15% on your purchase
- Cut Cute Couture: Save 10% on your purchase
- Cynthia Friedlob: Save 15% on your purchase
- Emily Halpern: Save 15% on prints & resins
- Dani Dodge: Receive a FREE personalized button
- Glenn Waggner: Save 15% on your purchase
- James Payne: Save 15% on your purchase
- Jill Sykes: Save 15% on your purchase
- Joshua Elias: Save 15% on your purchase and receive a FREE small print
- Kevin Flint: Save 15% on your purchase.
- Kristine Schomaker: Save 15% on your purchase
- Paul Granese: Save 15% on your purchase
- Rikki Niehaus: Receive a FREE 4×6″ hand-printed linocut
- Robert Morgan: Save 15% on any painting or giclee
- Yvone Beatty: Save 15% on your purchase
You can reach the Brewery Artwalk via Metro by taking the Red, Purple, Gold or Silver Line to Union Station and transferring to Metro Local 76 to the stop at North Main Street and Moulton Avenue — directly in front of the Brewery complex. The Brewery Art Association is also running free bus shuttles, which will stop at the Metro Gold Line Lincoln/Cypress Station every hour; the station is about a 1.3-mile walk to the Brewery. To plan your best route, use the Metro trip planner or call 323.GO.METRO.