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Join the Venice Art Crawl Thursday

The Venice Art Crawl kicks off another festive evening of art, entertainment, and culture on Thursday, June 18 when artists and performers team up with local businesses in a celebration of art and community throughout the streets of Venice.

Numerous businesses and Venice restaurants will be taking part in the event, such as: Danny’s Venice, Hama Sushi, Canal Club, The Venice Whaler, The Terrace, The Sidewalk Café and James’ Beach.

2015 marks Venice Art Crawl’s 5th year in the beachside community. The VAC is now part of the Venice Chamber of Commerce and wants to share, inspire and promote collaboration within Venice through mixers and art events hosted by local businesses and artists’ studios.Venice Art Crawl

“The VAC’s goal is to foster and reinvigorate the creativity that has historically made Venice such a vibrant and dynamic community.” says Lauren Harrison, one of the event organizers.

The Venice Art Crawl happens four times a year on the third Thursday of the quarter months. For 2015 the next dates are -June 18, September 17 and December 17.

The VAC is always looking for artists, venues, sponsors, volunteers, art lovers, and art buyers. For more information about joining the crawl visit their website.

VAC maps will be available at Danny’s Venice Restaurant, 23 Windward Ave., Venice.

To save a tree,  download the “official” Venice Art Crawl Boardwalk App here.

Post VAC photos with #VeniceArtCrawl

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