June 6, 2019

San Pedro Photographers Association
We’re excited to kick off summer with a beach themed First Thursday Art Walk We invite you to join us for a fun evening.
View a collaboration of San Pedro local talented Photographers
Lisa Greget, Lena Milos, Matthew Partsch ,John Cameron, Miguel Elliot, Vince Pirozzi. and Thomas Pompeo We welcome three new Photographers Jason Hernandez, Alfredo Varela and Dawn Switzer Photography
Enjoy spirits and appetizers while you view our gallery and meet our photographers.

Arches on 6th St. 430 W. 6th Street

5 PM – 9 PM
Vendors, Marlene Cat and Gayle Fleury
Music Markus Carlton
Catering Michael Caccavalla Catering


401 S. Mesa Street

We are grateful for the enthusiastic response to Arid West by Cody Lusby.  Arid West is an evolution of Cody’s Water Wars series. His new works take a surrealistic approach on the importance of water and how here in Los Angeles, water conservation is a way of life. By combining black and white desert scenes with lush full colored bathers, Cody gives us a stark reminder of California’s divide between the wet north and the dry south.  Arid West will be on view during the San Pedro First Thursday Art Walk, June 6 from 6 to 9 p.m.


390 West 7th Street, 6:30pm

The June 6th First Thursday ArtWalk tour will visit 3 galleries/studios and is a one hour introduction to the diverse art scene in San Pedro. Angels Gate Cultural Center (AGCC) presents a Boardroom Gallery exhibition “Nothing New ~ Protracted” featuring multidisciplinary artist Lowell Nickel. Nickel’s new digital works will be showcased in the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce’s Boardroom Gallery, open to visitors during the First Thursday ArtWalk, from 6pm to 9pm.

This artistic investigation looks into the phenomenon of man-made flotsam i.e. beached discards as cultural artifacts.  This approach can be subscribed by what has recently been labeled as the “Anthropocene”. The term Anthropo-cene or Holocene Epoch begins when human activities started to have a significant global impact on earth’s geology and ecosystems. The basic concept of this art project can be strengthened by a perceptible model of a geologically (human disposed) stratification. The weathering forces of nature will serve as the ultimate liberator of all man-made productions and these deposited layers might then be defined as our geological footprint… to be eroded away into just another strange strip in a hillside of a much, much larger landscape.


Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

112 East 22nd Street Warehouse 10

Join us for San Pedro’s First Thursdays!

The first Thursday of each month is open studio night in San Pedro – when many of the Downtown galleries, studios, and shops open their doors into the evening for receptions and special events, complemented by live music, food trucks and our fantastic array of restaurants.

You can leave your car here and ride the FREE red trolley to and around Downtown to make sure you see all the sites. The trolley runs approximately every 15 minutes from 4 to 10 p.m.  You can pick up your car until 10 p.m. or the next day. Every First Thursday is a new and fun experience, so come down and join us!