The Leimert Park Artwalk

When

29Jan2023
at 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
25Dec2022
at 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

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Where

Leimert Park Village

3262 W Martin Luther King Junior Blvd, Leimart Park, CA 90008
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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 a FREE 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!" / KAOS Network

How to find us:
This is a no-host event. Feel free to post your message to meet with other members if you like. Or just enjoy a lovely art stroll with your pup.

The Leimert Park Artwalk is presented by KAOS Network

Welcome to Leimert Park Village. Ben Caldwell and KAOS Network create projects that will engage and develop the understanding of media in 2021. By way of art, KAOS hopes to bring people together to explore and preserve the unique culture of the African Diaspora. Major plans for the future that are in the works are autonomous cars which will not only drive itself throughout Leimert Park Village, but will also equip the driver and passengers with entertainment and community messaging they can watch. This will help to revolutionize driving and the way audiences consume media. KAOS also plans to utilize the new Metro line that will be constructed by 2022. The Metro line will go directly through predominately Black portions of south Los Angeles while showcasing area multimedia projects and creating a platform for young artists to showcase their work to those who travel through their neighborhoods.