By Sarah Hage
This Sunday, June 1st is the opening for the Arroyo Arts Collective at Heritage Square in Highland Park. If you have never been there, this is a rare treat in LA. Maybe you’ve seen the string of perfectly restored Victorian homes from the 110 freeway and wondered, “What the heck?” Usually, you have to pay admission to stroll the avenue that defies the time/space continuum. This Sunday, admission is free, and what a grand place it is. The white house on the left as you enter the avenue is as gracious on the inside as out and the walls will be filled with art. If you can’t make it to the opening, no worries. It will be open on the weekends throughout June. I’ll be there on closing day from 2-4pm. I have two pieces in the show. Hope you can make it.
As an added bonus, the Lummis House will be hosting its annual outdoor arts and crafts show just a hop, skip, and a jump on the other side of the 110 on June 1st as well.
Heritage Square Museum is located at 3800 Homer Street in Los Angeles off the 110 Fwy, 10 minutes Northeast of Downtown.