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Brentwood Art Festival returns to San Vicente Blvd. today

The event will be held in the eastbound lanes of the beautifully tree lined San Vicente Blvd.
The event will be held in the eastbound lanes of the beautifully tree lined San Vicente Blvd. Photo courtesy Arnold Weinger/ kidsare1st.org

The Brentwood Art Festival returns to the south side of San Vicente Blvd. between Saltair and Barrington today, Oct.12 between 10 am and 6 pm.

More than 100 local artists will be at the event to showcase a variety of art mediums including paintings, sculptures, jewelry, glass, textile, photography, and mixed media.

Held in the spring and fall each year in the eastbound lanes of the beautifully tree lined San Vicente Blvd., the show will feature fine art and craft displays, an international food court, live entertainment, and family and children’s activities.

The Brentwood Art Festival is co-sponsored by the West L.A. Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, visit www.brentwoodartfestival.com.

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