“Recharge” is the theme of this year’s Culver City Art Walk & Roll Festival, taking place deep in the beating Heart of Screenland — and, as renewal and discovery are both cornerstones of art, you’ll be sure to reach deep into the moment and feel the energy of one of the most vital urban centers on the West Coast. You’ll get everything from art to music to food to wine to electric conveyances to scores of businesses both big and small opening themselves to you as you take a whole day to indulge in the shock therapy that is life experience.

Galleries with openings, closings, and special events include Klowden Mann, Thinkspace, Kopeikin, Zevitas Marcus, Edward Cella, Luis De Jesus, Walter Maciel, Honor Fraser, Roberts Projects, and Castelli Art Space, plus open houses at architecture and design firms, music and DJ stages, food trucks, eclectic street vendors, and more.

Downtown Culver City (Washington Blvd. between Helms & La Cienega); Sat., Oct. 12, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.; free. (310) 287-3850, culvercityartwalk.com.


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