ATTENTION: Downtown Art Walkers! PREPARE YOURSELF for some awesome additions THIS APRIL 9TH, including the return of the ART WALK SHUTTLE, a 15 seat passenger ride spanning over 15 city blocks of the DTLA ARTWALK –  in one night.

Passengers sign up for two, and receive a Bus Pass, free gifts, and a not so small – BUY ART button – and drink and food specials good at participating venues.

ART WALK SHUTTLE STOPS:  Explore the artwork of the night, at all four major Downtown gallery locations for meet and greet with the curators and the artists, including a list of galleries and pubs offering drink specials including ViP Seating, no waiting , $4 drafts beers and half priced cocktails.

ART WALK SHUTTLE is loaded with trivia information about the Historic Core, free gifts, art work live music and theatrical performances. Buy a yearly pass for two for $45 or just ride for one night for $15 (includes +1 Guest). Special restrictions apply must be 21 or older to ride!!!



Three days after the official announcement of the Return of the Art Walk Shuttle the Downtown Art Walk announced their UPCOMING ART WALK TOUR on April 9th, lead by Tour leader, Jeremy Quant. Quant who has worked with the Art Walk Board as an artist and event planner over the past three years, will provide tour-goers with gallery visits, artists meet and greets, and background information about the DT ARTWALK past, present and future. “The tour cost is $20 per person and is available for purchase on Eventbrite. Tour is limited to 10 people.”

Historic MURAL TOURs.

The successful Historic Core Mural Tour beginning at Grand Central Market (3rd and Broadway), has made a successful effort to educate the public about public art for over a year. Brought to the art walk by the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles, every 2nd Thuraday, the tour mixes in with the crowds Art Walk but focuses in on the many fantastic murals in and around the Historic Core.

The Mural Conservancy Tour has been so successful the Downtown Art Walk released plans to create a similar tour designed around the Historic Core, adding special presentations by local artists and gallery owners. FMI: