Art in Historic Places: Artists of West Adams
Homes and Studios Tour
Saturday, March 26, 2011 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Historic West Adams is a new hotbed for fine art, with a growing number of artists who live and/or work in the community. Now, you're invited to visit a collection of West Adams' most interesting historic places, showcasing works by some of West Adams' most talented contemporary artists in their own homes and studios.
West Adams Heritage Association (WAHA) presents Art in Historic Places: Artists of West Adams, a tour that opens the doors to eight diverse historic venues throughout West Adams, including Craftsman Bungalows, Spanish Revival villas, and an award-winning adaptive reuse of a 1920s commercial building into a loft that's been featured in Dwell magazine. WAHA is also creating a pop up gallery at the tour's starting point featuring works by all the participating artists.
Tickets are $30 (click HERE to get your ticket now)
(The early-bird rate of $25 expired on March 15.) Prepaid tickets will be held at check-in, 1824 S. 4th Avenue (at Washington Blvd., the c.1934 Majestic Pharmacy, a restored commercial-mixed use building). The last day-of-tour tickets will be sold at 1 p.m., and most tour properties will close promptly at 4 p.m