September 2nd, 2021, 6:00- 9:00pm
Please plan to join us for the First Thursday ArtWalk on September 2nd, 2021, 6-9pm.
Music will be programmed on the corner of 6th and Mesa and will feature Dave Widow & the Line Up from 7-7:45 pm and San Pedran, Mike Watt and the Secondmen from 8-9 pm. Organizers are curating food truck placement on the ArtWalk perimeters, and the guided ArtWalk Tours will gather at 6:00pm in The Artistry (491 West 6th Street).
To sign up for free Guided ArtWalk Tour tickets, please use this link: Tickets
Galleries are welcoming guests, and masks will be required for all indoor locations. Open Galleries to include:
• The National Watercolor Society, 915 Pacific Avenue will feature the South bay Watercolor Society exhibition.
• Gallery Azul, 520 8th Street, is showing La Loteria, re-envisioned Mexican bingo cards.
• POLA-HS Pixels Creative Space, 439 West 6th Street will hold its inaugural opening.
To participate in First Thursday, organizations who plan to use the sidewalks must be invited by a property owner or business owner. Inquiries regarding performing at First Thursday stage should be directed to Francis Ruiz at firstname.lastname@example.org. General questions or suggestions regarding First Thursday can be emailed to email@example.com.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS: – In an extraordinary show of collaboration and cooperation, the artists of San Pedro, the San Pedro Arts and Cultural District partners, (comprised of the San Pedro Waterfront Arts District, Grand Vision Foundation, the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, Angels Gate Cultural Center, the CD 15 Office of Joe Buscaino, and the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce), along with the San Pedro Property Owners Alliance, organized the return of the venerable First Thursday ArtWalk.
In operation since November of 1997, the FirstThursday ArtWalk was conceived by local artists and business owners to bring back visitors to the historic core of downtown San Pedro, featuring the many artists, live/work studios and galleries as a way to revitalize and reenergize.
Performing at Collage a Place for Art and Culture
731 South Pacific Ave. San Pedro
Mariano LaSpisa plays vibraphone, Shannon Kauble sings. Intangible You grew from a couple’s mutual passion for America’s great art form. Their music is a mix of standards, showtimes, and Latin jazz arranged for vibraphone and voice. Poet Vincent Lowry will also read a few selections from his book. Come hear this, their first public show, at this free First Thursday event.