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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Scenes from the Echo Park Art Walk

No, the man pictured above is not tagging. He’s at work at one of several examples of chalk art being created this afternoon on walls and pavement  during the Echo Park Art Walk.* The Echo Park Art Walk, which includes art, music and crafts at about  40 locations, continues until 6 p.m.  If you are still in art-mode, head to Highland Park and Eagle Rock tonight where numerous galleries and studios will be open for Second Saturday Gallery Night. Atwater is also hosting its first-ever Atwater Art Walk, which will also spill over into some evening events. Don’t forget that New Puppy Gallery in Cypress Park is also hosting an art opening tonight. Details in the Save the Date calendar.

Photos courtesy Feeding Birds Boutique

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  1. Thanks for posting these pictures, Eastsider. Echo Park Patch provided the chalk for Saturday’s chalk drawing, and we are very excited about the results. It was a fun day.

  2. I LOVED the artwalk. It was wonderful. Many interesting things to see, lots of people out, a few new stores introducing themselves to the community. Top of them all, to me, was the show going on at the Curran St. garage and the amazing presentation(s) at Mi Alma with many lovely and/or quirky and things on display. They had dancers who performed three amazing pieces while I was there.

  3. Edwin Via Lobos

    My Family lived in Echo Park now for over 22 years. This was the first time I took my familia out to check out whats happening in our neighborhood. I was very impressed on how many new stores and galleries they are here. Who would have thought! We loved them all. They guys that take out shout- out are Mi Alma Garden!! It was truly amazing, They had live music, food, and a really beautiful dance performance that maid my mother tear. I hope this can happen again soon. We are very happy to see this new business down the street from our house!

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