A sixteen acre industrial building just off the Los Angeles freeway was once used to brew beer. Now, new ideas are brewing as a community of painters, printmakers, sculptors, and musicians create and connect within its concrete walls.
In 1982, Los Angeles’ “Artist in Residence Program” allowed the use of formerly industrial spaces as live-work spaces. Standing tall in Lincoln Heights, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, the Brewery has become much more than a work studio. It is now a beloved home for this tight-knit network of artists who live and breathe art together.