Save the Date

This weekend promises to be wet. But that should not dampen your interest in the Echo Park Art Walk, the Como Luna Ninguna concert in Eagle Rock or World Arts Day at Cal State LA. There are also workshops on water conservation and a Saturday afternoon bike & brewery tour (watch out for slick streets) across Cypress Park and Glassell Park. Click on the link below for more Eastside events.

February 5


Machine: Subject/Object/Project

Opening reception 8 PM – 10 PM @ Machine Project/Echo Park


Echo Park Farmers’ Market
3 PM – 7 PM @ 1125 Logan St/Echo Park

Eagle Rock Farmers’ Market
5 PM – 8:30 PM @ 5300 Merton/Eagle Rock

February 6


World Arts Day
11 AM @ The Luckman-Cal State LA/El Sereno

Echo Park Art Walk
12 PM – 6 PM @ Several sites on Echo Park Avenue/Echo Park

Territories, Left of Center
Opening reception 6 PM – 8 PM Luckman Gallery-Cal State LA/El Sereno

The Valentine Peace Project: A Night of Poetry, Music & Art
7 PM – 9 PM @ Avenue 50 Studio/Highland Park

Como Luna Ninguna (Latin American music performed by Margarita Luna)
8 PM @ Eagle Rock Center for the Arts/Eagle Rock

New Works by Andres Guerrero and Albert Reyes
Opening reception 8 pm – 11 pm @ Subliminal Projects/Echo Park


Nature Family Hike in Debs Park
2 PM @ Debs Park Audubon Center/Montecito Heights

Eagle Rock Brewery Bike Ride & Tour
1:45 PM @ Flying Pigeon/Cypress Park


Water Stewardship Workshop
1 PM @ Vista Hermosa Park/Echo Park-adj

Tiny Soldering & Tiny Cloud Music Making
5 PM – 8 PM @ Machine Project/Echo Park


Silver Lake Farmers’ Market
8:30 AM – 1:30 PM @ Sunset at Maltman/Silver Lake

February 7


Sunday Evening Concert featuring Motoko Honda Band & Ken Rosser’s Shadow Language Guitar Quartet
7 PM @ Eagle Rock Center for the Arts/Eagle Rock


Atwater Village Farmers’ Market
10 AM – 2 PM @ Glendale Blvd at. Brunswick/Atwater Village

Eagle Rock N Roll Farmers’ Market
9 AM – 2 PM @ Eagle Rock Plaza/Eagle Rock

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