Artists / Performers / Vendors of all Types: Register NOW to get involved in downtown Euclid’s Art Walk
Save the date for Friday, September 13th from 5-8pm when the annual Art Walk returns to a newly renovated Triangle Park. Interactive programming, a beer garden, local food, live music and of course ART will once again fill downtown as the district comes alive.
Want to be part of the action? Did you know it is FREE to participate?
The 2019 'This Is Euclid' Art Walk - Artist / Performer / Vendor Applicationis live!
Sign up and share the below link with your network of creative folk, local businesses and organizations.
While we are looking for artists and makers to sell their work, create a live piece of art and provide opportunities for the community to make art, this form is NOT just for artists and musicians. New this year: we are inviting local businesses and restaurants set up tents alongside vendors and performers. Anyone can apply to participate (Collinwood residents, artists, etc welcome!) so long as they offer something creative, delicious and/or interactive.
There is no fee to apply or have a table and all vendors are in charge of their own sales and keep their profit. More information and the deadline to apply (Monday, July 15th) is included in the link, which is also on the City of Euclid’s homepage: https://forms.gle/qMr52CgYdUa9uxH37
Want to support the Art Walk? Dine at Beach Club Bistro on “Charity Tuesdays” in July and August and 20% of your food-only bill will be credited to the City of Euclid for the Art Walk. Customers must present a copy of the flier (find it on the “This Is Euclid Art Walk” Facebook page) in hard copy or on your phone.
For more information on the Art Walk and ways to get involved including joining the planning committee, check out the City of Euclid’s website or contact Allison Lukacsy-Love at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-289-8160
Allison is a North Shore Collinwood resident, architect, artist, neighborhood cheerleader and frequent contributor to the Collinwood Observer. She curates "Phone Gallery", founded "Bus Stop Moves", "Give Box Cleveland" and upcycles street and beach trash into art.