Citizen LA Downtown Art Park (los angeles)

Saturday, August 28, 2010 by kelly


Effective April 2009 street artists/performers are no longer permitted to set up on the sidewalk during the Downtown LA Art Walk. Therefore, since May 2009, Citizen LA Magazine has been offering artists, performers and vendors an opportunity to participate. 

Our event is a collective art & design setting that attracts talent from all over the Los Angeles, Orange County, Inland Empire, Ventura and artists from around the country.

The Downtown Art Park is designed to bring artists, designers, street performers and audience together during the greater Downtown LA Art Walk event that draws thousands of participants every month. 

Given its unique location, the Art Park is be a key starting point and an ending destination for all attendees.

How to Register 

• We require every participant to register for this event.
• Participant may be required to submit photos and a letter of intent.
• Registration does not guarantee participation; there is a screening process.
• Upon approval of registration, a space will be assigned to you.
• No changes may be made on the day of event or without specific consent from Citizen LA.

The Downtown Art Park offers an opportunity for street artists and vendors to maintain a presence at the Downtown Art Walk. We will work with registered participants on an individual basis to ensure that all concerns are addressed.

Citizen LA adheres to a strict rolling registration policy – meaning, you must re-register each month in order to reserve a space. Note: Your attendance at one Art Park event does not guarantee you a space at the next month’s Art Park event. We will rotate the placement of each participant within the park each month. Our intention is to expose as many artists as possible.

We may accommodate walk-ins during the load-in period of the event; however, this will be on a first come first served basis and is highly discouraged.

Registration Deadline: Friday, September 3rd, 2010 

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