After a Covid hiatus, we are BACK! Enjoy a night of art, artists, food, drink, history and fun. We are also happy to be part of the big #BeAFanOfSB, showing off one of the many cool things to do in #SB! Our MAY ARTWALK stops include:
1. artspace & Parish Taceaux 708 Texas St. See the amazing Critical Mass 9 Art Exhibit, and meet artists Kirsi Marja Hardy, Laurie and Tommy Wallace, Jay Marks, John Daniel & Bonnie Kirkley. Parish Taceaux, 708 Texas St., will have their amazing APPETIZER TRIO on the menu for this night only- catfish beignets, Texas St. Eggrolls and those wonderful Avocado Fries!- $13. They will also have their light, delicious WATERMELON Margarita made with fresh melon, lime, agave and a salty rim- $7!
2. Setting the Standard Barbering Academy– 711 Texas St. Meet artist Eric Francis, the winner of the Visual Arts portion of this year’s Critical Mass 9 exhibit!
3. The Lofts at 624, Rhino Coffee Downtown & Appli-K’s Embroidery & Gifts – 624 Texas St. See the works of artists Tracey Prator, Betsy Levels, Connie Helaire Eaton, Isabelle de Vea Joya, Deborah Fausto, Marijo Brown, Bianca Riggs (Tarot card mini-readings), & Adam King. Enjoy in store specials at Appli-K’s and Rhino Coffee’s entire lineup of Seasonal Cocktails will be 50% off!
Come to the Lofts lobby for History in 5 with Liz Swaine at 6:25 pm, and Sketch the City with architect Mischa Farrell at 6:40!
4. SUSLA Museum of Art – 610 Texas St. Walk through the ‘Breaking Through the Barriers’ exhibit featuring works of artists Karen LaBeau, Whitney Tates and Yolanda Barnes. This is the closing night of this wonderful exhibit.
5. Robinson Film Center/Abby Singer’s Bistro 617 Texas St. Linda Moss, artist. Happy Hour special drink prices and $8 Royale hamburgers.
6. Sha’Baby’s Cajun Cooking 605 Texas St. , Photographer Arthur Nerio and wife, crafter Suzanne Nerio. Shrimp and Grits artwalk special.
Artwalk is all-ages friendly, is FREE to attend, and all on-street parking is FREE after 5 pm. We hope to see you downtown!