18th Annual Arroyo Arts Discovery Tour Coming November 21

Would you like to preview the works of artists featured in this year's North by Northeast Arroyo Arts Discovery Tour?

Arroyo Arts Collective member and amazing multi-media artist Edith Abeyta complied a collection of images showcasing works by members of the Arroyo Arts Collective that will be participating in the upcoming 18th Annual Discovery Tour.

Click on the screen shot, to enjoy a slideshow of the images.

 

 

18th Annual Arroyo Arts Collective Slideshow

More info:

"North by Northeast": Cutting-edge art meets artistic heritage at the 18th annual Arroyo Arts Collective Discovery Tour

  • What: A self-guided auto tour featuring more than 100 artists in homes and studios in Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Glassell Park, Montecito Heights and Mount Washington
  • When: Sunday, Nov. 21, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Where: Tour begins at the Lummis Home, 200 E. Ave. 43, Highland Park, 90031
  • How much: Tickets are $10 in advance; $15 on the day of the tour. Purchase advance tickets online at www.arroyoartscollective.org or at Galco's Old World Grocery, 5702 York Blvd., Highland Park.
  • Information: Go to www.arroyoartscollective.org or call (323) 850-8566.

18th Annual Arroyo Arts Discovery Tour Coming November 21

Would you like to preview the works of artists featured in this year's North by Northeast Arroyo Arts Discovery Tour?

Arroyo Arts Collective member and amazing multi-media artist Edith Abeyta complied a collection of images showcasing works by members of the Arroyo Arts Collective that will be participating in the upcoming 18th Annual Discovery Tour.

Click on the screen shot, to enjoy a slideshow of the images.

 

 

18th Annual Arroyo Arts Collective Slideshow

More info:

"North by Northeast": Cutting-edge art meets artistic heritage at the 18th annual Arroyo Arts Collective Discovery Tour

  • What: A self-guided auto tour featuring more than 100 artists in homes and studios in Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Glassell Park, Montecito Heights and Mount Washington
  • When: Sunday, Nov. 21, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Where: Tour begins at the Lummis Home, 200 E. Ave. 43, Highland Park, 90031
  • How much: Tickets are $10 in advance; $15 on the day of the tour. Purchase advance tickets online at www.arroyoartscollective.org or at Galco's Old World Grocery, 5702 York Blvd., Highland Park.
  • Information: Go to www.arroyoartscollective.org or call (323) 850-8566.

Dia de los Muertos at Self Help Graphics

Dia de los Muertos honors beloved ancestors, family and friends who have passed on. 

In the lands that are now known as Mexico and Central America, traditions of honoring the deceased with private altars laden with flowers, mememtos, food and drink date back many thousands of years.

When the Spanish Conquistadors came to this land, they attempted to eradicate the holiday celebration in their efforts to convert the indigenous people.

But The Day of the Dead would not die.  And in time, the old customs blended with the Catholic Holy Days of All Saints' Day (November 1) and All Souls' Day (November 2).  And by extension, in modern times,  All Hallows Eve (the eve of All Saints Day, "Halloween")

Self Help Graphics & Art in East Los Angeles has a 37 year tradition of hosting Dia de los Muetos celebrations.

 

 

November 2, at 4:00PM Day of the Dead Procession at Belvedere Park's Virgen de Guadalupe Mural located at the corner of Cesar Chavez Ave. & Mednik Avenue;

November 2, at 5:00 -11:00 PM Celebration at East Los Angeles Civic Center 4801 East 3rd Street, East L.A., CA 90022 featuring music, community altars, many food vendors and local arts & Craft vendors!


Dia de los Muertos at Self Help Graphics

Dia de los Muertos honors beloved ancestors, family and friends who have passed on. 

In the lands that are now known as Mexico and Central America, traditions of honoring the deceased with private altars laden with flowers, mememtos, food and drink date back many thousands of years.

When the Spanish Conquistadors came to this land, they attempted to eradicate the holiday celebration in their efforts to convert the indigenous people.

But The Day of the Dead would not die.  And in time, the old customs blended with the Catholic Holy Days of All Saints' Day (November 1) and All Souls' Day (November 2).  And by extension, in modern times,  All Hallows Eve (the eve of All Saints Day, "Halloween")

Self Help Graphics & Art in East Los Angeles has a 37 year tradition of hosting Dia de los Muetos celebrations.

 

 

November 2, at 4:00PM Day of the Dead Procession at Belvedere Park's Virgen de Guadalupe Mural located at the corner of Cesar Chavez Ave. & Mednik Avenue;

November 2, at 5:00 -11:00 PM Celebration at East Los Angeles Civic Center 4801 East 3rd Street, East L.A., CA 90022 featuring music, community altars, many food vendors and local arts & Craft vendors!