Second Saturday ArtWalk
St. Petersburg’s Waterfront Arts District, Central Arts District, EDGE District, Grand Central District and the Warehouse Arts District become a single vivid arts destination on the Second Saturday of every month, rain or shine, from 5 to 9 p.m.
PLEASE NOTE: The April 11 ArtWalk has been cancelled, for the quarantine.. . .
St. Petersburg Arts Alliance coordinates St. Petersburg’s Second Saturday ArtWalk with the EDGE District, Central Arts District, the Grand Central District, Warehouse Arts District and Waterfront Arts District.
Studios and galleries stay open late the second Saturday of every month and welcome visitors from 5-9 p.m.
Hop on and off at 20 free Trolley stops – more than 40 Studios & Galleries and over 200 artists are available for exploration, conversation, purchases and inspiration. ArtWalk is your chance to relax and recharge, visit favorite artists and discover wonderful surprises.
Painting, drawing, pottery, glass, sculpture, multimedia and more are constantly evolving right here in St. Pete. Take advantage of the creativity our city has to offer.
Many of our ArtWalk galleries celebrate the opening of brand new exhibitions during ArtWalk. It’s an exciting time to see new work by local and national artists, enjoy refreshments and often live music. Meet up with old friends and talk to new friends who support the arts like you do. Make an evening of it and stop for dinner, drinks or dessert at a downtown restaurant.
Catch one of our free ArtWalk Trolleys to visit old favorites or explore a whole new neighborhood. Our ArtWalk Trolley roams the EDGE, Central, Grand Central and Warehouse Arts Districts – and the free Downtown Looper Trolley will take you to the Waterfront Arts District. [NOTE: Trolleys will not be running on March 13, 2020.]
Download the map and list of galleries to plan your festive art evening.
To find out more about a gallery you’re interested in, check out the Galleries & Studios section of our Arts and Cultural Directory.
ArtWalk has become so successful that it’s now an official St. Pete economic strategy that supports small businesses. Shop local!