On Sunday you can brush off the candy crumbs, set back the clock, and take a stroll through the neighborhood to check out some local artists!
Started by neighborhood artist Heidi Valles of Lush Leaf Collective, the Crown Hill Art Walk happens the first Sunday of the month. Heidi started this event with the help of artists, neighbors, and the Greenwood Art Collective.
“I wanted to start this event because I have a deep personal need for connection, and the more I talked to artists around, the more I realized that organizing an art walk could be a phenomenal way of connecting with local artists and neighbors,” Heidi said. “And it has been! I’ve met artists and makers that I didn’t realize were around.”
There is always room for more artists, and a need for additional yards for artists to set up in. Contact the Crown Hill Art Walk if you are interested in showing your work or sharing your parking strip!
The inaugural event in October highlighted over 30 artists in yards and parking strips across the neighborhood. The November art walk promises to be another exciting chance to socially distance and appreciate art.