Located in the up-and-coming Inglewood Arts District, just next door to Culver City, the Beacon Arts Building was renovated in 2010 to house a popular art gallery and comfy, well-appointed studio workspaces. The building itself is four stories of reinforced concrete, and the gallery features works by new and local artists in an area that often doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.

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