Now that our Richard Schave is the Director of the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk, you won’t be surprised to learn that walking tours are on the agenda. We started slow for the July 2009 Art Walk: three early evening tours which we guessed would each have about 30 attendees. It ended up being closer to 50 per tour, and Richard had to go around twice to pick up the overflow. If you’re curious about the Art Walk and would like to test the waters on a guided tour, please sign up for the Art Walk mailing list so you’ll know when to reserve your spot.
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