The Highland Park and Eagle Rock districts of the northeast of Los Angeles function clusters of an artwork galleries that collectively maintain their doors open overdue at some point of the second Saturday of each month. NELA stands for North East L.A., is said nee-lah and is demarcated by means of the 134 on the north, the two on the east, the 5 at the south and the 110 on the west.
Founded nearly a decade in the past as part of NELA art's broader appreciation for the long history of Highland Park's creative community, this monthly Second Saturdays Gallery Night is truely entering its personal. Maybe it's the artwork-friendly populace of close by downtown; perhaps it's the bumper crop of new galleries and artist-run spaces and the boutiques, bookstores and brasseries that come with them, specifically alongside York and Eagle Rock boulevards.
Although surely — and this is the organizers' point — excellent indie shit is going on anywhere at the NELA map, the most recent edition of which indexed 64 venues which includes Avenue 50 Studio, Slow Culture, Center for the Arts Eagle Rock, Monte Vista Projects, MorYork and the studios and gallery of the Keystone Art Space complicated.