The Red Room is a second floor open space with great lighting, large windows lending to the fresh ocean air, and a/v. Great for conferences, retreats, private gallery hangings, workshops, and meetings. The space is 25 x 27 with an adjacent bathroom on the second floor of the Historic Venice Police Station. Home to many of the City’s murals, this space offers plenty of history throughout its building, including a gallery of rotating artworks, performances, and in progress public art productions. Located next to two large free public parking lots, with a community garden, and plenty of public space to relax in. The Red Room has its own entrance up two flights of stairs and is not ADA accessible. Amenities include high quality audio with a 8 channel mixer, digital HD projector and mini computer for presentations, dimmable track lighting, plenty of natural light, all gender bathrooms, plenty of free parking, private entrance, and plenty of folding chairs. The space can comfortably fit 35 sitting and about 40 standing. Walking distance from the beach and hip boutique stores, restaurants and coffee shops on Abbot Kinney.
No smoking, disruptive or overly loud sounds. Guests can visit the gallery space and outdoor areas, but refrain from loud speaking in the hallways during business hours. Guests are required to provide additional insurance.