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Take part in the first annual South Bay Museum and Gallery Art Crawl

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The Torrance Art Museum presents the first annual South Bay Museum and Gallery Art Crawl on Saturday, May 3 from noon to 6 p.m.

The purpose of the Art Crawl is to map and publicize the fine art museums and galleries in the South Bay.

The South Bay is home to many excellent visual art museums and galleries and the local and regional communities are invited to visit and explore the following participating fine art institutions for FREE:

Torrance Art Museum
South Bay Contemporary/Zask Gallery
Gallery at El Camino College
Summer Studios Arts Academy
Palos Verdes Art Center and Artist’s Studio Gallery
California Museum of Fine Art
APC Fine Arts and Graphics Gallery

A map will be available at each of the participating organizations and on the Torrance Art Museum website as of April 23.

The Torrance Art Museum will also sponsor a closing reception on Saturday, May 3 from 4 to 8 p.m. for participating organizations and art crawlers.

For additional information, call the Cultural Services Division, Community Services Department at (310) 618-2376 or visit the Torrance Art Museum website at



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