The Beverly Hills artSHOW takes places across four linear blocks of historic Beverly Gardens in the heart of Beverly Hills. The artSHOW runs along Santa Monica Boulevard from Rodeo Drive to Rexford Drive. Click here or on the graphic map below to open a Google map of the location.
The Beverly Hills artSHOW is and always has been free to the public! We invite the community to come and experience the event. Food and drink, reasonably priced, are available throughout the show.
Free parking is available just south of the art show site. Convenient Parking Map.
Food & Drink
The Beverly Hills artSHOW features a street of food trucks plus a beer garden and a wine garden, each with their own menus.
Information at the artSHOW
The Beverly Hills artSHOW Information Booth is located near the Beverly Hills sign. Stop by to say hello, pick up programs and maps and gather information about other Beverly Hills community events and programming.
The Beverly Hills artSHOW partners with the Los Angeles Art Association and other guest galleries to bring special installations to each show. Stay tuned for updated information about these specially featured galleries and artists.
Weather in Southern California is generally sunny and temperate, but please check the forecast before you depart for the show. The Beverly Hills artSHOW is open rain or shine. We recommend you use sunscreen and drink plenty of water. Of course, water is available for sale throughout the Beverly Hills artSHOW.
Are you a member of the media who would like high resolution images, interview arrangements or other information about the Beverly Hills artSHOW? Contact Karen McLean via email.
Your special family member is quite welcome to attend the artSHOW! A couple of regulations do apply. All dogs must be on a leash and the owner should bring a pooper scooper bag, just in case, and of course, dogs should never do their business within an artist's space. Dogs may peruse the entire four-block event with their owners, except for the wine garden and the beer garden, due to health department rules. There are many other places to sit, eat, and relax however, and we hope you and your canine companion enjoy the show.
Critic Mat Gleason weighs in at the May 2018 show:Beverly Hills This Week reports on the May show: