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Grand Ave Arts: All-Access is Back With a Really Big Day of FREE Events

October 29, 2018 by Sponsored Post

* * * This post is a sponsored collaboration between the arts and culture organizations on Grand Avenue and We Like L.A. * * *

For the fourth year in a row, Grand Ave Arts invites visitors to explore the cultural epicenter of Los Angeles for a day full of fun with a price that can’t be beat. It’s FREE!

Grand Ave Arts: All Access takes place this Saturday, November 3, and features more than 10 participating cultural institutions along Grand Avenue, which are opening their doors for free for the ultimate L.A. cultural field trip. Visitors can experience musical performances, workshops, tours, crafting, food and drink specials, and LOTS of family-friendly activities. And here’s the part that’s truly amazing: All happenings are free and open to the public, rain or shine!

Some of the special highlights for the day include:

  • Scavenger hunt and gallery talks at The Broad
  • Sugar Skull Workshop at the Central Library
  • Día de los Muertos altars, altar-making and Aztec dance workshops at Grand Park
  • Instrument Making at The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
  • FREE admission to MOCA plus a free workshop for wearable art
  • Family films at REDCAT
  • LA Phil’s Instrument ‘Petting Zoo’ at The Music Center’s Walt Disney Concert Hall
  • Live performances and MUCH more!

Participating organizations for the day include: The Broad, Central Library, Colburn School, Grand Park, Grand Performances, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, LA Opera, LA Phil, MOCA, The Music Center and REDCAT. The day’s activities run from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Grand Ave Arts: All Access spans Grand Avenue from Temple Street to 5th Street.

Guests are encouraged to take public transport to attend, with the closest Metro stop located at the Civic Center/Grand Park station, accessible via the Red or Purple lines.

For a complete schedule of events to take place please visit http://grandavearts.org/


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