Thank you to all who participated in our 2021 Summer Series shows! Artists experienced successful sales at these one-day summer events and attendees appreciated the intimate setting in Little Italy with just 20 – 30 artists. We’re so excited to bring this mini show series back in 2022.
Brought to you by the same producers of Mission Fed ArtWalk, which fills the streets of Little Italy with art every April, ArtWalk San Diego’s Summer Series is a more intimate experience within our creative community. Twenty to thirty artists will be exhibiting at this bi-monthly event, showcasing their work in the beautiful Piazza Della Famiglia, along with the adjacent block of W. Date Street. Each one-day show will run on Sundays from 11AM to 6PM during the months of June & July, 2022 and will provide the perfect scaled-down preview of what to expect at Mission Fed ArtWalk in April.
As with all of our festivals, ArtWalk San Diego pledges to make our attendees’ safety our top priority, by adhering to all current COVID-19 safety protocols, as addressed by the County of San Diego.
Summer Series 2021 Dates:
Sunday, June 12th
Sunday, June 26th
Sunday, July 10th
Sunday, July 24th
Michael Phillips: “I had a fantastic time at the Summer Series this past weekend. It feels so good to get back out there and sell again. Thank you for that opportunity and the perfect location in Little Italy.”
Helena Faitelson: “Yesterday’s ArtWalk was great! Organization and volunteers’ help were amazing.”
Dorothee Naumburg: “Thank you for giving us an opportunity to sell. We really appreciated it. Adding shows, when so many others were still canceled or only offered virtual shows.”
Linda McInnis: “What a great show that turned out to be! We sold many paintings in one day. Unbelievable! Very happy”
Jennifer Duran: “I definitely want to do the rest of the Summer Series if possible. Thanks!”
Karen Gruenberg: “I had a great show on Sunday. Super excited to get out there again!”
Michael Phillips: “Really been fun doing the artist summer series. Thank you for working so hard and making it a possibility for all of us.”