The Old L.A, Farmer’s Market is located adjacent to the Highland Park Gold Line Station, between Avenue 58 and Avenue 59, and between North Figueroa Street and Marmion Way, in the heart of Highland Park.
Performances—5 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
5-7:30 p.m.: Pulse and Parcel, Jamie Cooke & James Powell
The hypothetical agency, GLAD PAP (Global Land Allotment Distribution Population Adjustment Policy) addresses issues of land use in relation to nutrient needs.
5-7:30 p.m.: Bagna Cauda for Buona Fortuna, Rebeca Guerrero
An Italian hot dip for good fortune, done usually at the beginning of the year, but you simply have to do it.
5-7:30 p.m.: The People Powered Sewing Machine, Frau Fiber
Pedal a bicycle to power the sewing machine to produce your very own T-shirt shopping bag.
6 p.m.: Local band Artichoke, featuring Timothy Sellers, Shawn Nourse, Andy Creighton
Debuting a new song created especially for the market and presenting old favorites..
7 p.m.: Mysterious Case of the Missing Star, Episode 3: One Grain of Sand Puppet Theater with Beth Peterson
Puppets, masks, live music and spoken word tell the story of Sandi Romero who works to bring about peace one tamale at a time.
In coming weeks:
Market Hours: 3 to 8 p.m.
Art Events: 5 to 7:30 p.m.
May 1: Performances
May 8: Video and Installation
May 15: Performances
May 22: Interactive Event Combining Community and Culture, two-minute art presentations, recipe exchange
Artists: Margaret Adachi, Artists Formerly Known as Women, Kay Brown, David Combs, Jamie Crooke, Virginia Dan, Frau Fiber, Frances Garretson, Rebeca Guerrero, Linda Hoag, Jessica Langley, Tom McNally, Beth Peterson, Astra Price, Stuart Rapeport, Linda Ravenswood, Rachel Siegel, Suzanne Siegel, Timothy Sellers.
The Arroyo Arts Collective, established in 1989, is an organization of artists, writers, performers, craftspersons and supporters of creative community who live and work in Northeast Los Angeles. “Tossed Salad” continues the Arroyo Arts Collective’s tradition of placing art in unexpected places.
This exhibition is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs.