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The 2018 Downtown Statesville Fall Art Crawl is set for Friday, September 14 from 5:30–8:30 pm. The Art Crawl will showcase more than 40 artists in over 30 different galleries, shops, and businesses scattered throughout the heart of Downtown Statesville. It is self-guided and you can begin the Crawl at any location. Just look for the sidewalk markers indicating a participating business. A program/map directing attendees to all the locations and listing all participating artists will be available at each location.
The Art Crawl concept is simple – come downtown and walk from location to location, enjoy music, meet the artists and enjoy their work (maybe make a purchase), browse through the shops hosting the artists, and stay late for live music, food, and drinks at one of our many restaurants and bars.
The Art Crawl happens twice a year- Spring and Fall, and is a free event that offers a great time to be downtown, visit and shop local businesses, meet artists, and enjoy their work.