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Artwalk in the Park with Doggies🐾 – Celebrate Black Arts

Date
January 22, 2023
Time
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
meetup.com/winendinewdoggies/events/288886908/
Council District
City Council District 8
Event Series Dates
Every 4th Sunday of the month
The Leimert Park Artwalk is a monthly public celebration of Art, Music, Cinema,& History. The Artwalk takes place the last Sunday of each month in Leimert Park Village, the cultural hub of the Black arts community. It is an event featuring food, gift shops, free movies children’s art making, a variety of music such as Pop, Jazz R&B, Hip Hop & Spoken word, as well as a continuous African Drum Circle in scenic Leimert Park. It also includes Phantom gallery displays of known and emerging visual artists. Artwalk is held both outdoors and has indoor programming so everyone can enjoy all events and vendors available. Pets are welcome to join us. We look forward to seeing you there!
 

Location

Leimert Park
Los Angeles , CA 90018 United States + Google Map
Phone:
323. 730. 0628
Website:
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Organizer

KAOS Network
Phone
323.371.2172
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