On Friday, 9 July 2021, the Vallejo Second-Friday Art Walk returns. Along with many other venues the popular down-town Vallejo event was shuttered for over a year, due to the Pandemic.
We are excited for the return of Art Walk. And, we’re eager to get back downtown and experience some of the liveliness Vallejo has to offer. More details will be available when we get closer to the event.
Vendors and performers who would like to participate, or if you’d like to volunteer with putting on the event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The shelter at home and the cancellation of public events has greatly impacted access to Art Walk programing and our working Artist community, who rely on events like The Art Walk and other ongoing street fair and festival gigs, to engage the community, share their art, and earn a living.
We’re launching a Virtual Talent Showcase so we can stay engaged and keep you connected to the Arts.
We’re exploring other ways to stay connected such as; virtual classes, tutorials, and events for all ages, virtual galleries, and online retail sales until we are back home in the heart of Downtown Vallejo, with all of your smiling faces again!
For more info on how to share/participate in our e-community, please send us a message on Facebook or email us at email@example.com.
Thanks for your patience as we find ways to adjust our approach in supporting the Art Walk Community!
– The Vallejo Art Walk Team
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