Frogtown Artwalk showcases art, music, L.A. River and Hula Hooping

Elysian Valley – aka Frogtown – will host its 6th Annual Frogtown Artwalk this Saturday, September 28. The vibrant community that sits on the edge of the LA River  is home to an eclectic mix of talented artisans and craftsmen. This weekend, visitors will have a chance to explore the neighborhood and wander along the pedestrian and bike path that runs along the river in a self guided tour of over thirty artists studios and lofts.

From Frogtown Artwalk organizers, here is more of what to expect:

In past years, Frogtown Arttwalk has taken on the air of a street party, with music food and special events. This year a local factory owner commissioned a mural covering three walls of his building. Its christening will feature a display by the Elysian Valley lowriders, a car collecting group. NOMAD studios, an art collective will feature demonstrations of silkscreening and printing. Conceptual artist Jim Piatt will unveil an installation designed to produce drinking water from the LA river. Bands will perform, a hula hoop contest and a juried art show will be held. Local food trucks, as well as Frogtown’s own “Taco’s by Kevin” will be serving refreshments.

For further details including a map of the tour sites visit the Frogtown ArtWalk website at www.frogtownarts.com.


  1. The artwalk is this Sat. Sept. 28. The article wrongly references the 24th. 🙂

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