Venice Art Crawl on Washington Boulevard
"Movement and Escape" by David J. Stine, limited edition fine art photography
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The Venice Art Crawl will hold their third crawl of the year on Thursday, July 19th from 6:00 to 10:00 pm. Washington Boulevard from the beach to Lincoln Boulevard. Stroll along the two-mile stretch enjoying art and the warm evening, scented with night jasmine and the sea.
The featured event and info booth of the evening will be stARTup Art Fair at the Kinney Hotel at 737 West Washington Blvd., Venice. stARTup is featuring Southern California artists including: Monica Seggos, Terri Lloyd, Emily Maddigan, Lily Phan, Rich Lanet, Frederika Roeder, Randi Matsushevitz, Clovis Blackwell, Annie Seaton and David Koeth. Ray Beldner, Co-Founder/Director of the stARTup Art Fair, is turning rooms and the atrium at the Kinney into a popup gallery. For more information about the stARTup, visit: www.startupartfair.com
Artist and curator Cynthia Rojas, along with Pamela Johnson and Sofya Ryakhina, will have their art on display at a Venice favorite and family owned cafe, The Cow’s End located at 34 Washington Boulevard. The Cow’s End has been a local hangout since 1989. A few doors down is VB Surf, at 38 Washington Blvd, which will be hosting local Venetian artists. VB Surf is dedicated to being the local source for all that is surf, sand and sun. MedMen will have their fun photo booth set up along the boulevard.
Ben and Jerry’s 1307 Ocean Front Walk on the Venice Boardwalk will feature Jules Muck live painting a cow sculpture, Venice Metal Works, 1003 Abbot Kinney will have a beach city kittiesadoption event and art show, SPARC 685 Venice Blvd shows “When She Rises”, and a new venue,New Deli at 2524 Pacific Ave. will show local Manrique Torres. At the Rose Room there is a night of entertainment, drinks and art at $10 a Free Arts fundraiser called “Art and Music.” Another Metal worker, Venice Metal Arts is opening their new workspace and gallery at 18 N. Venice Blvd. where they will be teaching classes in the future. And there is much more so consult your map.
This year the VAC is going to be more pedestrian friendly by focusing on four specific areas: March on Windward Avenue, May on Venice Boulevard, July on Washington Boulevard and the Boardwalk for the Afterburn in September. Painters, poets, performers and musicians from the community, and all over the world, display their art in this historic beachside haven for artists.Making the Venice Art Crawl more pedestrian friendly means we will be highlighting and focusing on events in a specific part of Venice for each crawl. For March, curate and plan your event on or near Windward Circle. The remaining crawls will have similar focused location guidelines for that month?s area.
A good way to connect with artists and businesses in each specific area is to attend our Mixers.
Looking forward to seeing you at the 2018 Venice Art Crawls.
The Venice Art Crawl is a Venice Chamber of Commerce Event.
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WHAT IS THE VENICE ART CRAWL?
The Venice Art Crawl is a Venice Chamber of Commerce event organized by and for the people. Our goal is to strengthen communication and collaboration within the Venice community through art events happening the third Thursday of March, May, July and September. Find out more at www.veniceartcrawl.com