KidsWalk

KidsWalk is a hands-on art experience at the festival. Bring the family and participate in fun and creative art experiences provided by arts education groups throughout San Diego County who believe that all children need art.

Click here to become a participating KidsWalk organization at ArtWalk in April 2022!

Please email the completed form to sean@artwalksandiego.org.

ArtReach      619.940.7278

ArtReach is a not-for-profit organization that takes practicing artists into K-12 schools throughout San Diego County to provide visual arts instruction and mural painting opportunities.

Arts Connects HeARTS      347.969.9246

Arts Connects Hearts brings art to communities of all ages and abilities in Southern California and orphanages in Baja, California Mexico. This is possible with the support of local artists and donors. Enjoy free art activities for children and adults at ArtWalk!

City Ballet of San Diego     858.274.6058

City Ballet’s education programs reach over 10,000 school children annually offering in-theater performances and all-school assemblies. At ArtWalk, meet a ballet dancer and try some ballet steps. Have your picture taken with a dancer and see a tutu up close. Children will color in their own ballet coloring book.

Living Coast Discovery Center      619.409.5908

Crafts and sustainability come together with the Living Coast Discovery Center! You’ll get the opportunity to learn about how you can help the planet through art and you might even encounter a new animal friend.

Monart School of Art       619.222.3729

Monart is a specialized drawing method focused on teaching children how to draw realistically while helping them build confidence and develop important skills. The Monart drawing method breaks subjects down into five elements of shape that serve as a visual language enabling children to draw things as they see them.

Museum of Contemporary Art      858.454.3541

Inspired by artist Yolanda Lopez’s collage practice, participants will explore identity, and experiment with familiar materials such as magazines, magnets, and oil pastels. Children will explore ways to express what makes them unique.

Museum of Photographic Arts      619.238.7559

The Museum of Photographic Arts aims to inspire, educate and engage the broadest possible audience through the presentation, collection, and preservation of photography, film and video. Join MOPA at ArtWalk and enjoy a photo scavenger hunt and hands on photography related activities.