First Friday Art Walk returns to La Jolla tonight

The second monthly First Friday Art Walk returns tonight.

From 6 to 9 p.m. May 1, the public is invited to have dinner at La Jolla restaurants, do some shopping and then take a self-guided tour of the galleries.

The mission of First Friday Art Walk is to join the community together and introduce a wider audience to the distinctive vitality of the arts and venues of La Jolla; promoting interest with non-exclusivity and easy access, thereby strengthening the arts and community through diversity and celebration.

Participating businesses are: Images of Nature; Madison Gallery; Wentworth Gallery; Martin Lawrence Gallery; Hallmark Gallery; Contemporary Fine Arts; Sally Huss: Morrison Hotel Gallery; Peter Lik Gallery; Monarch Gallery; Simic Gallery; Derissi Studio; Siamak Art Gallery; Africa & Beyond Gallery; Galeria Jan; Charles Hecht Gallery. Brooks Brothers will participate by displaying art for the art walk in their showcases a few days before the art walk each month.

Download and print the map:

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  5. La Jolla Symphony & Chorus gala celebrates season

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