La Jolla Studio
1008 Wall Street, La Jolla, CA 92037 | (858) 454-5872
Located beside the Athenaeum with access via the alley and through the courtyard or through the Library entrance during regular hours.
Time-limited street parking is available for one or two hours until 6 pm, Monday through Saturday. Parking after 6 pm is unlimited. Please note that parking may be more difficult to find on weekends. Parking is usually available on Wall Street, Girard, and Herschel, and within a several-block radius of the Athenaeum. There is long-term paid parking in lots and garages located throughout the village including those behind the Athenaeum in the alley access off Herschel, on Herschel between Wall and Prospect, and on Fay between Prospect and Silverado. Two handicapped spots are available in front of the Athenaeum.
Athenaeum Art Center (Studio at Bread & Salt)
1955 Julian Avenue, San Diego, CA 92113 | (619) 269-1981
Located between Cesar E. Chavez Parkway and Dewey Street on Julian Avenue, in Logan Heights.
There is a free parking lot in the alley off Dewey Street behind the Athenaeum Art Center between Julian Avenue and Kearney Avenue available for use by students. There is also ample free street parking on Julian Avenue that is untimed. A limited number of handicapped spots are available in front of the entrance to the Bread & Salt building.
Access to the Athenaeum Art Center at Bread & Salt
We would like to remind everyone that the main/front entrance to the Athenaeum Art Center is through the lobby of the Bread & Salt building off Julian Avenue. Parking on the streets in the surrounding neighborhood is free and untimed and there are handicapped spots on Julian Avenue near this front entrance. For the time being, there is still a parking lot in the alley off Dewey Street behind the building that is sometimes available. However, the back door/emergency exit from the AAC to the alley needs to remained locked for security purposes, so please do not plan to enter the AAC this way. If, for some reason you get locked out of class, we have installed a doorbell at each door that will ring inside the AAC. We understand that using the Julian Street main entrance instead of the back door to enter the school may be new for you, so we appreciate your flexibility and patience.
AAC: Discover Logan Heights!
The next time you are at our Athenaeum Art Center location in Logan Heights, make a day out of it. We are within walking distance to restaurants, shops, coffee shops, and most importantly, Chicano Park.
Due to its association with the Chicano Civil Rights Movement since the 1970s, Chicano Park was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and in 2017 was designated a National Historic landmark. With over 32,000 square feet, the park is home to the country’s largest collection of outdoor murals dedicated to the cultural heritage of the community.
Here is a short listing of the neighborhood’s restaurants, shops, galleries, coffee shops, and breweries:
Mariscos El Pulpo
Tacos El Paisa
Por Vida Café
Ryan Bros Coffee
Border X Brewing
Barrio Art Gallery
La Bodega Gallery
Bread & Salt
Logan Ave Galeria de Arte
The iN Gallery
Beat Box Records
Brujitxs del Barrio
La Sirena Beauty Bar
Ol’ Fashioned Lumber
San Diego Vintage Co.
The Lower Left
Viva La Vida