"Your years of service towards creating a sense of community and place along the Los Angeles River will have a positive impact for the generations to come."

Assembly member, Jimmy Gomez in 2016





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The EVAC hosts the Frogtown Artwalk, a biennial self-guided tour of artists and makers studios and curated exhibits in local businesses in Elysian Valley. The 11th biennial Artwalk stretched 2 miles along the LA River and featured 53 artists in 41 venues. 

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Programs hosted by the EVAC include the “Sounds of Elysian Valley”, an on -going series of classes with our partners, Dorris Place Elementary School and Elysian Valley United. Students learn photography, writing, interview and video skills and apply them to stories about the neighborhood of Elysian Valley

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EVAC is interested in supporting young filmmakers by sponsoring documentary film projects that use oral history techniques and family photos to capture stories of the history of Frogtown. The organization has also commissioned films about the Frogtown Artwalk.