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Freewheelin' Venice Art Crawl Turns One

Posted by Carren Jao Pineda |

Venice has always been a haven for artists and free spirits, so when their free, neighborhood art crawl turns a year old, I am naturally interested.

Works from over 100 artists will be crammed into a mile-long stretch of road within Venice Blvd. and Rose Ave. from Oceanfront Walk to Main Street. Get a good look at work by William Attaway, Rip Cronk (who painted the Jim Morrison mural on Speedway) and Isabelle Alford-Lago (who seems fascinated with apes).

The art crawl promises "music pouring out of a converted gas station, abandoned houses transformed into burning man-inspired parties, and every surface turned into a canvas." Sound like your mid-week cup of tea? I hear the after party starts after 2 a.m. Party on. More info here.


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