Venice Arts Gallery

Venice - Los Angeles, CA

Entire Space
3200 SqFt
200 People

Meetings, Events, Production



Venice Arts is a beautiful, creative space on Lincoln Boulevard, a main thoroughfare in Venice, California. The 3200 square-foot venue has two galleries with polished concrete floors and 14-foot, exposed wood beam ceilings. Light and airy with large windows and sliding glass doors leading to a side pocket garden, Venice Arts is a fantastic location that will make your party, special event, exhibition, screening, workshop, or meeting fun and memorable.

Amenities include:
-professional gallery lighting
-audio-visual equipment including surround-sound speakers, large projection screen, and HD multi-media projector
-elevated DJ mezzanine
-optional 6x8-foot stage

Rate information: Day rate for workshops, seminars, meetings, screenings or similar (up to 25 people) is $1500 day (up to 8 hours)/$800 half day (up to 4 hours)/$200 hr (two hour minimum). Nightly event rentals on weekends are $3,000 total for up to 200 people (this rate includes facility and cleaning fees, for an 8-hour rental, inclusive of set up and clean up). Additional time for evening events available for $300/hr.

About Venice Arts:
Venice Arts is a nonprofit organization providing free art mentoring workshops in photography, filmmaking, and multimedia arts to low-income youth. Your rental helps support our programs for low-income families in our community.

Amenities & Features

Wheelchair Accessible
Security System


Hourly: $250/hour
Daily: $2,000/day
Weekly: not available
Monthly: not available
Security Deposit: $500
Cleaning Fee: $100
Minimum Booking: 2 hours


Alcohol permitted

Catering allowed

Weddings allowed

Protected by $2,000,000 Host Insurance

Every booking on thisopenspace includes liability coverage, at no additional cost.

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