Los Angeles: Guide to The Brewery Art Walk

Brewery Art WalkThe Brewery Art Walk has been a fixture of the LA art seen since its inception in 1982, and has been growing in popularity ever since.  This non-profit live/work space for artists was created out of the industrial site left by the Pabst Blue Ribbon brewing company and is now the largest artist-in-residence community in the world.  Its located in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles just north of downtown.

What is the Brewery Art Walk?

Twice a year (Spring and Fall) the Brewery Artist community opens its doors to the public for a chance to walk through their maze of lofts, view the art on display, make purchases and meet the artists themselves.  There is a restaurant, food trucks and a beer garden.

Brewery Art WalkWhen is the Brewery Art Walk?

The Brewery Art Walk happens twice a year during Spring and Fall.  This year (2018) the Art Walk took place on April 7th and 8th.


Brewery Artwalk Association
2100 North Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90031


Parking during the event can be frustrating to say the least.  If you can pull it off, taking public transport or biking to the event would prevent a lot of unwanted stress.  But if you do drive, the UPS lot is free and the residential areas around the brewery offer street parking.


There is no cost for visiting the Brewery Art Walk.  Admission is FREE.


  • Art
  • Beer Garden
  • Restaurant:  Barbara’s at The Brewery
  • Food Trucks
  • Porta Potties

Brewery Art WalkArtists:

There are over 100 artists who participate in the Art Walk event, and their live/work lofts span the entire 16 acre complex.  So yeah, it will take some time if you want to see them all.  The type of art you’ll find there runs the gamut, but here’s a list of the general “types” that you can expect to see.

  • Architecture/Landscape
  • Ceramics
  • Design/Print Making
  • Mixed Media
  • Fashion/Costume/Jewelry
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Sculpture
  • Performance Art
  • Video/Multi-Media


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