34th Annual Mission Federal ArtWalk Has a New Theme

| April 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

A participating artist creates artwork during last year’s Mission Federal ArtWalk.

Mission Federal ArtWalk will return to San Diego’s Little Italy with a new theme, “Connecting Creative Communities,” from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29 for its 34th annual gathering as San Diego’s premier arts and cultural event and the largest fine art festival in Southern California. The free weekend-long event brings over 350 local, national and international artists showcasing every medium. Painting, sculpture, glass work, photography, fine jewelry and more will be offered along with live music and dance performances; interactive art activities; street food; and family-friendly art projects at KidsWalk. Mission Federal ArtWalk will be located between Ash and Grape Streets in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood.

“We are so proud of bringing this festival to San Diego’s Little Italy for over a third of a century, and connecting the community and visitors to the vibrant arts scene in San Diego,” said Sandi Cottrell, director of Mission Federal ArtWalk. “Mission Federal ArtWalk is a staple in the community bringing people from all walks of life together to enjoy the purest form of expression. No matter if you’re an avid art collector or just starting a collection, there is something for you to enjoy and experience. Our mission is to make the possibility of owning fine art available to everyone, and the festival’s welcoming environment helps facilitate that connection.”

Attendance is free. For additional information, visit www.artwalksandiego.org.


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