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Olympia’s Fall Arts Walk will be back in early October

Arts Walk, Olympia’s twice-yearly celebration of creativity and community, is coming back.

On Oct. 1 and 2, the streets at Fifth and Washington will once again be closed to make space for pop-up performances, people watching and other festivities. In other words, the festival will be like the kinds the city held before the pandemic began.

“We’re coming back into community,” said Angel Nava of the city’s Parks, Arts and Recreation Department. “We’re slowly re-emerging together, which is awesome.”

There’s a difference, though: This event is a hybrid, with both the traditional weekend festivities and the month-long focus on arts

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Erie Arts and Culture and EDDC team up for Downtown and Bayfront Sculpture Walk


Erie Arts and Culture is teaming up with the Erie Downtown Development Center displaying art sculptures throughout the downtown area.

The Downtown and Bayfront Sculpture Walk is showcasing 15 sculptures created by artists from all over the country.

On the walk, you can use an interactive map to learn more about each sculpture.

The Executive Director of Erie Arts and Culture says he hopes this will encourage residents and visitors

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Inaugural Downtown Erie Sculpture Walk takes shape

  • Announced earlier this year, the Downtown Erie Sculpture Walk will feature 13 works to be on display through 2023
  • Installation of the works will take place through early July
  • Two of the artists are from Erie County: Fredy Huaman Mallqui and D.W. Martin

Fredy Huaman Mallqui’s art is about connections.

Sources of inspiration for the Erie sculptor, a native of Peru, include yarn and thread as he explores how people and communities become linked.

Huaman Mallqui’s latest work is “Together,” a 1,000-pound sculpture of three wooden spheres, two made of white pine and the third of catalpa.

When the installation

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Murals and Muses Walk to Explore New Brunswick’s Vibrant Art Scene, Culture

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A two-mile walk that will weave its way through the Downtown area and Esperanza neighborhood  will showcase New Brunswick’s vibrant art scene, explore its rich and diverse culture and even recall important moments in its storied history.

The Hub City Humanities for Murals and Muses inaugural art and photo walk is scheduled to start at City Hall at 78 Bayard St. at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 22.

Seven of the city’s colorful, large-scale murals, whose creation was made possible by various city organizations as well as Middlesex County’s continued dedication to supporting the arts, will be

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