3 Days, Hundreds of Artists

The Whyte Avenue Art Walk (July 10-12, 2015) is an outdoor studio and gallery featuring over 450 working artists. Its purpose is to provide affordable exposure for Fine Arts: to ensure the appreciation and understanding of visual arts as well as encourage the purchase of original art by local artists.

Times: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Daily        
Where: the event runs along Whyte Avenue (82 Ave) from 101 Street to 108 Street. 
  • Grande Promenade in Old Strathcona – a walking tour spanning 14 city blocks and 2 parks
  • Celebrates all forms of visuals arts and has diverse demographic appeal
  • Encourages people to interact with artists
  • Educates the public on how art is made and inspires some to create art 
  • Encourages people to buy art they love made my local artists.
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Artist“Bringing the studio to the streets allows for a more intimate relationship between artist and viewer. Meeting artists from all over Alberta, talking to them about their work and finding something that speaks to you, this is the Whyte Avenue Art Walk.”
Kim Fjordbotten, The Paint Spot


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