Join us on First Thursday April 7th for the Guided ArtWalk Tour. We will be gathering in Sirens Java and Tea, 402 West 7th Street at 5:30pm and will end up at The Artistry, 491 West 7th Street, suite #103.
We plan to visit Winthrop Gallery of Art and Curiosities, Gallery 478, the Back Door Studios, a bit of the House of Bards’ Romeo and Juliet rehearsal, and the latest from the San Pedro Photographers Association.
If you make a $10 donation, print your ticket, and present it at Sirens or The Artistry for a treat. We’ve also provided a limited number of free tickets.
To reserve your spot, click here: https://tinyurl.com/2p99a96c
About the San Pedro Waterfront Arts District – The mission of the San Pedro Waterfront Arts District is to promote San Pedro’s authentic arts, culture and entertainment identity through advocacy, marketing and education activities.
San Pedro is home to over 90 visual artists, as well as 3 performing arts venues, art galleries and restaurants. The Arts District is anchored by the Warner Grand Theatre, a 1,500-seat historic art deco movie palace, the Little Fish Theatre, presenting repertory theater in a converted garage, the Grand Annex (a project of the Grand Vision Foundation), and the Loft Studios, a three-story warehouse with a concentration of fine artists. The Arts District’s streets are lined with artists’ live/workspaces and each month they open their doors to the FirstThursday ArtWalk, in operation since 1997. In 2017, San Pedro was designated as one of 14 California Cultural Districts by the Sacramento based California Arts Council.
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