Spotlighting Grand Avenue’s status as a world-class arts destination, the organizations that make up the arts-centric stretch of Bunker Hill present a sampling of their offerings at Grand Ave Arts: All Access. The free event, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., features a multitude of performances, art exhibitions and behind-the-scenes tours—notably of the new Broad museum, which opened in September—as well as family-friendly films and activities. Participating organizations include MOCA, Grand Park, Center Theatre Group, L.A. Opera, Los Angeles Central Library, L.A. Philharmonic, L.A. Master Chorale, the Music Center, REDCAT, and the Colburn School. Grand Avenue got its start as a cultural destination with the dedication of the Central Library in 1926 and the opening of the Music Center in 1964.
Grand Avenue between Temple Street and Sixth Street, downtown. musiccenter.org