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August 15, 2019 (San Diego) - Artists from East County that will be showcasing their artwork at the 2nd annual ArtWalk Carlsbad, afine arts festival that will bring immersive art experiences, visual arts and live music—including a performance by A.J. Croce—to North County on Saturday, September 21 and Sunday, September 22. The participating artists from East County include Jason Humphrey, Monique Straub and Gloria Chadwick. 

ArtWalk Carlsbad will feature live entertainment, a wine and beer pavilion, street food options, interactive art experiences; KidsWalk, a family-friendly interactive art area, and more! Guests can enjoy live music all weekend long, including a special performance by multi-instrumentalist and songwriter A.J. Croce on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The fine arts festival will display every medium of art including painting, sculpture, glass work, fine jewelry, photography and more.


The ticketed fine arts festival will elevate the grounds above the Carlsbad Flower Fields as chalk artists create temporary masterpieces live and more than 175 visual artists showcase and sell their unique art pieces. Overlooking the ocean, attendees can explore different facets of art while enjoying beautiful views and much more!
“Each year we bring the community together to celebrate fine arts in San Diego and support local, national and international artists through ArtWalk San Diego’s three annual events. With the addition of our newest fine arts festival, ArtWalk Carlsbad, we provide artists with a chance to connect with art enthusiasts from North County and throughout Southern California in one weekend,” said Sandi Cottrell, event director. “Attendees will also love the one-of-a-kind chalk art that will fill Armada Drive and the wide array of art displayed and for sale directly by the artists. With scenic, breathtaking ocean views and cool breezes, ArtWalk Carlsbad is a must-visit event for art collectors at all levels!”

Unique to ArtWalk Carlsbad, chalk artists from all over the USA will create colorful, temporary masterpieces on the asphalt. This ancient art form that originated in the piazzas of Italy, is performance art that takes shape before guests’ eyes. 

ArtWalk Carlsbad, along with Mission Federal ArtWalk in Little Italy and ArtWalk @ Liberty Station support their non-profit partner,  ArtReach, which delivers high-quality art education to K-8 schools throughout San Diego, focusing on Title One Schools that have no other resources for art. Many of the programs ArtReach offers are provided at no cost to schools. 

ArtWalk Carlsbad will run from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 21, 2019, and 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday, September 22, 2019. Tickets are on sale now, and early-bird pricing of $8 per person, will remain available at this price until August 31. More information on ArtWalk Carlsbad will be released in the upcoming months. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.artwalkcarlsbad.org.

There is an abundance of free parking adjacent to the festival off of Fleet Street. 

About ArtWalk Carlsbad

ArtWalk Carlsbad is a two-day outdoor fine art festival and the sister festival to Mission Federal ArtWalk in Little Italy and ArtWalk @ Liberty Station. ArtWalk Carlsbad will run from Saturday, September 21, 2019 to Sunday, September 22, 2019 and will feature local, regional and international professional artists as well as approximately 50 chalk artists from around the country. ArtWalk Carlsbad offers collectable and approachable art from a variety of mediums, such as glass work, jewelry, sculptures, oil painting, photography, metal work, wood work and much more. The festival is located on Armada Drive giving attendees an overlooking view of the Carlsbad Flower Fields and the sparkling ocean.

For more information on ArtWalk Carlsbad, please visit www.artwalkcarlsbad.org. Become a fan at Facebook.com/ArtWalkSD or follow us @ArtWalkSD for updates.

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