Venice Art Crawl picking up {Momentum}… Tonight’s Crawl set to be the biggest walk yet


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[A Taste of the Interactive Video being shown tonight at the MOMENTUM party on 57 Market St].
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Have you noticed? .. The Venice Art Crawl keeps growing and growing and growing… What started almost 6 months ago with a handful of local galleries on Windward Circle and has since grown to include galleries and spaces spanning almost a 10 block radius now from the north end of Ocean Front Walk down to North Venice Blvd.. With the tremendous help of local volunteers, pure word of mouth, & heavy promotion from local figures Edizen Venice, Mark Rojas, & others, the VAC has organized a lineup of artists and events this week nothing short of amazing. (close your ears, First Friday, it’s on your tail)

Featured Artists & Exhibits this week include : Prismatic Bodies: Paintings by Katherine Wilkes @ the Sidewalk Cafe, Get Cronked Up: Paintings by Rip Cronk + Will Attaway @ 74 Market St Gallery, Grant Buckerfield | Interactive Projections @ 69 Market St Gallery,  & Gorilla Mic x VAC at Maui & Sons. Only the tip of the iceberg, there are over 30+ exhibits this week ranging from photography to painting to more multimedia & projections. View the Full list of events here

It gets better my loves, The VAC & Momentum are bringing us an all-nite party that is bigger, better, & more bolder than seen before. Flushed with a champagne open bar, Interactive video (as shown above), projections insde the venue, 4 dj’s, and to top it all off, Whole Foods will be on tap serving up tasty healthy treats throughout the evening…….Oh, & did I mention there will be free massages from 6-9 p.m?

Bundle up (it still may be a tit-bit nippy tonight) & join the VAC love tonight. It’s gonna be a GOOD one.

[MOMENTUM]
6:00 PM – 2:00 AM
57 Market St.

About the author

Justin LaBaw-Rivers, chief ninja at WELO, loves to write about any random happenings in the music, art, & design scene. An artist himself & a lover of life, it's not uncommon to find this kid singing karoake or dancing with friends at local watering holes until the doors shut.

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