The Spring 2015 Saint Paul Art Crawl will be held on the last weekend of April:
Friday, April 24th 6–10 pm
Saturday, April 25th 12–8 pm
Sunday, April 26th 12–5 pm
This year marks the 24th anniversary of the Saint Paul Art Crawl, which has grown to include over 300 exhibiting artists displaying and selling their original artwork at 26 building locations throughout the city, primarily in Lowertown but also including locations along University and Grand Avenues and in the Eastside and Westside neighborhoods of Saint Paul.
Recognized for its tremendous success, the Saint Paul Art Crawl attracts over 25,000 people to Lowertown over a three day period and has become a model arts event that is emulated in cities across the country. The weekend includes a number of special arts events for the whole family, as well as musical performances and special offerings at local bars and restaurants in this growing neighborhood.
The Art Crawl provides artists with a new and growing audience, and encourages a close-knit, vibrant and energetic art community that actively contributes to the greater Twin Cities culture. In turn, the Art Crawl gives community members a chance to connect with our many local artists and their work.
The Saint Paul Art Crawl is hosted by the St. Paul Art Collective and is held twice a year, once in spring and once in fall. For more information, visit the Saint Paul Art Crawl Facebook page or www.stpaulartcrawl.org or contact:PRGroup@artcrawl.org
Free metro transit passes to the Art Crawl are available by clicking here.
The Spring 2015 Saint Paul Art Crawl is funded and sponsored in part by a Festival Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment, a STAR grant from the City of Saint Paul, the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, The Bush Foundation, Pioneer Press, Metro Transit, Wet Paint, Blick Art, Union Depot, the Lowertown Entertainment District, Springboard for the Arts and Art Space Projects.