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Arts and Entertainment

Arts, Crafts, & Fun in the Park: Renegade Craft Fair Continues Today

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More than 250 independent artists and crafters are on hand for the second day of the weekend-long Renegade Craft Fair, which is taking place today from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Los Angeles State Historic Park (aka The Cornfield) in Downtown.

Vendor booths with handmade arts and crafts, workshops, live entertainment, and lots to see and do abound at Renegade. Scope out and preview all the participating artists here, and enjoy some photos from Saturday before heading Downtown (by Metro!) to check out the fun for yourself.

More: The Renegade Craft Fair Comes Back to L.A. This Weekend (includes an interview with Nate Duval, a participating artist).