Walk, Drive or Take the Trolley!
Second Saturday ArtWalk is where the Central Arts District, EDGE Business District, Grand Central District, Warehouse Arts District, Uptown Arts District and downtown Waterfront District come together as ONE ARTS DESTINATION with many venues hosting the opening night of their latest exhibit. ArtWalk takes place every Second Saturday of the month and these venues are happily waiting for your exploration, conversation, purchases and inspiration! Make an evening of it and stop for dinner, drinks or dessert at a local restaurant.
A branded white trolley will also be moving art enthusiasts around to over 40 ArtWalk venues from 5-9pm. (The Waterfront District galleries can be seen by using the FREE Downtown Looper, which runs every 15 minutes.) The trolley will start at 5pm, than make continuous loops until 9pm.
Keep in mind that there is only one trolley running at this time, so wait times between stops may be up to 1 hour, which gives you plenty of time to relax, explore and support our artists through a purchase! It is our goal to eventually add a second trolley when one is available as well as funding to support this.
Many of our ArtWalk studios/galleries celebrate the opening of brand new exhibitions during ArtWalk. Discover wonderful surprises, visit your favorite artist, or find a new one. All are waiting for your exploration, conversation, purchases, and inspiration. Make an evening of it and stop for dinner, drinks, or dessert.
Also, check out our new Curate St. Pete | Virtual Gallery Tours of some of your favorite ArtWalk venues!
Join us in advocating for the arts, facilitating the growth of our arts community, and driving arts-related economic development in St. Petersburg.
Produced with the support of the National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Pinellas and the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners. Second Saturday ArtWalk is a St. Petersburg Arts Alliance economic strategy to develop small businesses.
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