St. Paul Art Crawl

Studios and galleries throughout St. Paul open their doors to the public this weekend.

An artist’s studio: a mysterious place full of creative energy and life-changing ideas, tucked away from the public eye so as not to give away too many secrets. At least that’s what it was before the St. Paul Art Crawl. This weekend, for the 31st time, more than 325 artists with studios in St. Paul are inviting anyone and everyone to come see where the magic happens.

The Art Crawl is a self-guided tour all over the city, covering studios and galleries in more than 27 buildings in Lowertown and downtown St. Paul, as well as on University Avenue, Raymond Avenue, Grand Avenue, and Harriet Island. (See map for details.) Every form of art imaginable (nearly) will be on display and for sale, and a variety of performing artists will be providing a soundtrack for your browsing pleasure.

Whether you go to mingle with other creative spirits, get the story behind your future favorite piece of art, or simply eat snacks, drink wine, and wander around St. Paul all weekend, just be sure to go.

St. Paul Art Crawl
Friday, April 29, 6–10 p.m.; Saturday, April 30, 12–8 p.m.; Sunday, May 1, 12–5 p.m.
All other information on the website: stpaulartcrawl.org
 

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