I thought it would be fun to attend a CicLAVia event, but for Photowalking rather than bike riding. I am hosting this as an EyeEm Ambassador. EyeEm is a mobile photography application similar to Instagram. So there will be other folks there who are specifically local EyeEm users, but I am opening the event up to anyone who likes going on photo walks.
We can pick a point to stop for lunch as a group. No one is obligated to stay the whole time of course. Just stay as long as you are willing or able to.
EVENT SITE: http://www.ciclavia.org
GOOGLE MAP LINK TO MEETING LOCATION: https://goo.gl/maps/NsWTE
The chosen meeting location was picked as it is right by the One Wilshire Pedestrian Zone Hub which is at one end of the route. This will keep things simple as the plan will be simply to make our way to the other Hub at the other end of the route.
EVENT INFO FROM THE CicLAVia SITE:
On April 6, the highly successful Iconic Wilshire Boulevard route will return, allowing people to interact with the neighborhoods and architecture that defines the famed boulevard from downtown Los Angeles to Museum Row in the Miracle Mile. Once again two pedestrian zones will anchor the route – the Active Zone in downtown and the Miracle Mile zone, the latter featuring exciting activities from the cultural institutions along Museum Row. This will be the last Iconic Wilshire Boulevard route until the completion of major street level construction of the Metro Purple Line subway extension through the Miracle Mile.
Iconic Wilshire Boulevard also coincides with and concludes the national Open Streets Summit, April 4-6, which CicLAvia is co-hosting along with the Open Streets Project. The summit will bring together leaders working on open streets programs from cities around the country, including experts in urban planning, alternative transportation and bike and pedestrian advocacy to examine best practices and consider new opportunities.
801 W 7th St
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Google map and directions