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ArtWalk @ Liberty Station Celebrates 16 Years in San Diego with the Return of an In-Person Event August 7-8

San Diego’s annual fine arts exhibition returns to Ingram Plaza at ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station with a variety of local and international artwork, live entertainment, beer & wine garden, and local bites

San Diego CAArtWalk @ Liberty Station announces its return to Ingram Plaza on Saturday, August 7 and Sunday, August 8 at ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station. This year marks 16 years of the fine arts show which brings visual arts to the historic San Diego community all weekend long. With many art shows and in-person events being cancelled for most of 2020, ArtWalk celebrates the return of in-person art events and continues to serve as a symbol of hope for the art community. Attendees can peruse through the garden browsing artwork and enjoying food, wine and beer, and live entertainment at the two-day, free event.

The fine art exhibition will take place in the heart of Liberty Station at Ingram Plaza among 100,000 square feet of park-like space, with its towering American Flag surrounded by a rose garden and large spaces of grass and trees.  Locals and visitors will have the opportunity to purchase artwork from local, national, and international artists in a variety of mediums.

“We are thrilled to see events beginning to resume in San Diego and ArtWalk is the perfect way to celebrate this return and bring some much-needed color and art into people’s lives,” said Curt Brooker, Director of ArtWalk San Diego. “As we ring in our 16th year, ArtWalk @ Liberty Station will showcase our most diverse range of artists from across all mediums of art, traveling from the US, Mexico and beyond.”

Every medium of art will be on display including painting, sculpture, glasswork, fine jewelry, photography, and more. The Liberty Station venue also gives attendees an opportunity to visit a wide array of galleries and working artist studios. Attendees can spend the day exploring art of all kinds at this event.

In addition to the artwork, guests will also be able to enjoy live entertainment from local bands and musicians including Evan Diamond, Robin Henkel, Marissa Grace, Astra Kelly, and many more. Attendees will also be able to enjoy a hosted beer and wine garden, as well as sweet and savory bites from a variety of eateries including Bamboo Hut, Bread & Cheese, Dang Brother Pizza, Mariposa Ice Cream, Maui Wowi, Sabor Piri Piri, and Tacos Jalisco.

Each of ArtWalk San Diego’s three annual festivals support their non-profit partner, ArtReach San Diego, a nonprofit organization aimed at increasing equity in visual arts education in K-8 schools throughout San Diego County by delivering free or low cost workshops to schools that have no other resources for art, focusing on Title One Schools. Many of the programs ArtReach offers are provided at no cost to schools.

ArtWalk @ Liberty Station will be held at Liberty Station’s Ingram Plaza at 2751 Dewey Road. The fine art exhibition will run from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 7 and Sunday, August 8. Attendance is free. For more information on ArtWalk and its programs, please visit www.artwalksandiego.org.

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