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Event: FROGTOWN ARTWALK, Fifth Anniversary – August 28, 5pm-10pm

August 13th, 2010

We have attended the Frogtown Artwalk and always had a good time. This year looks to be even better with more live music and events. Check it out!

Below is a video taken during our first Frogtown Artwalk!

FROGTOWN ARTWALK, Fifth Anniversary

A free, self-guided tour of the artist/artisan studios of Elysian Valley
Date: August 28, 2010, 5-10 PM

The artists and artisans of Elysian Valley, otherwise known as Frogtown, are pleased to announce our fifth annual Frogtown Artwalk, a celebration of the creativity and talent flourishing in the industrial buildings along the LA River. The event is a self-guided tour of the open studios in the neighborhood.

Last year visitors wandered in and out of studios along the riverpath, starting with letter press printing demonstrations at LALA Press on Clearwater Street and ending at the multi-faceted “Blake Studios” where local bands played all evening on a stage set up along the river path. A hula-hoop contest organized by Hip-Hoops kept the kids and plenty of adventurous adults moving to the beats spun by D.J. Rell in the courtyard at Tracy A. Stone Architect. Winners took home gift certificates from our sponsors for dinners at Home Restaurant and Tomato Pie in Silverlake.

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