When production company IAm8Bit isn't producing crazy, creative launches and events, it's curating equally out-of-the-box, multimedia exhibits. Past shows have included a real-escape event, artists imagining unmade movie prequels and sequels, and a collaboration with Supreme Being in which renowned street artists transformed salvaged materials into canvases for their work. If possible, attend one of the gallery's opening nights, which are epic.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Silver Lake & Echo Park attractions

1. Echo Park Lake

0.31 MILES

Surrounded by shingled craftsmen homes that rise with the steep streets and looming hills to the north, and blessed with keyhole Downtown views to the…

2. Tom of Finland House


This craftsman cottage was once home to artist Touko Laaksonen (aka Tom of Finland), internationally renowned for his illustrations of well-endowed,…

3. Dodger Stadium

1.45 MILES

LA loves its Dodgers, and the team's ballpark (circa 1962) is one of Major League Baseball’s most classic and most beautiful. It's best experienced at a…

4. Neutra VDL House

1.46 MILES

Built in 1932, burnt to a crisp in 1963 then subsequently rebuilt, the light-washed former home and laboratory of modernist architect Richard Neutra is a…

5. MacArthur Park


The centerpiece of MacArthur Park is its 14ft-deep lake. Originally a swamp, the lake reached 6th St before the extension of Wilshire Blvd sliced right…

6. John Ferraro Building

1.62 MILES

Home to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, this 16-story Ferraro-designed classic dates back to 1964. While it isn't LA's biggest, tallest or…

7. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

1.72 MILES

Downtown's '60s-era concert hall was home to the LA Philharmonic (until it moved to the acoustically superior Walt Disney Concert Hall) and frequent venue…

8. Bullocks Wilshire

1.74 MILES

Clad in terracotta tiles and adorned with copper decorative motifs, this 1929 art-deco diva was the country’s first department store designed for shoppers…