The crawl has grown from what started out as only three buildings and a handful of artists to over 80 buildings and almost 500 artists. Last year was the very first time I attended and I couldn’t believe the diversity of art and the number of people. It was very lively and educational. It was a good example of what this city has to offer for ART’s sake. We have quite a few talented artists to be proud of.
The crawl began on Thursday November 19th and ran through until Sunday, the 22nd giving the public four days to check out the various work of these artists in all the locations for free.
The massive building at 1000 Parker has the densest collection of artist studios on the map every year and so starting the crawl experience here is always advisable. Not only was there something magical about this building on the opening night of the crawl (crowds were thick and fast with energy, studios full and artists ready to chat) but to cover as much ground as possible, Parker Street gives you that solid start.
There’s a lot to take in – so much to see.
If you attended I’d be interested in your comments