Venice Art Walk Returns to Google on Sunday, May 22, 2016
The annual Venice Art Walk is a festive fundraiser for Venice Family Clinic that's also a celebration of Venice Artists with the famous Silent Auction at Google, the central area for all ages, free activities, in addition to Artist Open Studios.
This amazing annual event started by a Venice Artist Laddie John Dill, (in addition to to others) still opens his studio most years for the Venice Art Walk. The studio tour is a favorite of this Editor and worth the $50 ticket price, which allows the opportunity to meet local artists while touring their studio, view their art and ask questions. Get Venice Art Walk Tickets >
A small sampling of the artists on the studio tour with 50+ studios which takes place from 12 noon - 4pm: Flavio Bisciotti, Sandy Bleifer, Jean Edelstein, Mollie Favour, Helen K Garber and Alejandro Gehry.
Start at Google for the Silent auction, featuring art donated by local artists, including well known artists such as Charles Arnoldi and Andy Moses) that you can bid on for very reasonable pricing. It's also a great way to get an art collection started. There's a community celebration in the outdoor courtyard with live music and other festivities and outside on Hampton Av (in back of Google building) booths, food trucks and Venice Art Walk t-shirts and collectibles for sale. If you purchased Open Studio tour tickets, go to the Will Call table on Hampton, between Rose and Sunset for your wristband.
Noon–4PM: Artist Studio Tours
Noon–6PM: Silent Art Auction / Community Celebration / Imagination Station for Kids