Whyte Avenue Art Walk 2018
MORE ART TO SEE ON MORE STREET CLOSURES
Whyte Avenue Art Walk has more diversity than ever. Artists are encouraged to make the art they love and they will be sure to find an audience who loves it too. Patrons welcome. Buy art you love. It never goes out of style.
Over 450 artists are out on the sidewalks throughout Old Strathcona. You can walk up and down the avenue watching artists create art, talk with them about their process and inspiration. Our event fills several blocks along Whyte Avenue, inlcuding a street closure. Artists can also be found in two park spaces.
Looking for a artist? Everyone is listed alphabetically in our official Program Guide.
Find our 22th Anniversary collector's copy in Vue Weekly Magazine
Copies will be distributed by volunteers and artists during Art Walk weekend.
Many Old Strathcona merchants will have extra copies too.
10 am to 10 pm
Admission is by Donation
Be amazed by the work of Canadian sand carving artists as they create sand carving magic that tells our Canada 150 story!
Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Peter Vogelaar and Guy-Olivier Deveau will transform local quarry sand into sand carving masterpieces for you to enjoy.
MARCH MUSIC & THE SCHOOL OF SONG IN MCINTYRE PARK
The School of Song is an educational outreach program dedicated to the development of musicians and songwriters. Lively, interactive sessions focus on mentorship and community building by providing relevant coaching in the areas of songwriting, live performance and the business of music.Driven by passion and years of experience, the School of Song is committed to empowering Alberta’s youth to explore sustainable careers in the arts.
Come by the Gazebo in Dr. Wilbur McIntyre Park 104 St and 83 Ave to hear music by some of
Edmonton’s best young talent. www.marchmusic.ca
LOOK FOR ART INSIDE THESE GREAT SHOPS!
Art is not just on the street anymore. Many restaurants and shops exhibit art by local artists too.
Support local Shop local.