The 2020 Beacon Hill Art Walk will be virtual this year with an Online Art Sale
The Beacon Hill Art Walk takes place the first Sunday of June from Noon – 6pm,
throughout the nooks & crannies of Beacon Hill’s North Slope.
Residents open up their private gardens, alleyways, and courtyards and allow artists to display and sell their artwork. It is a chance for visitors to tour the private spaces of Beacon Hill while viewing original, handmade artwork. Thousands of people attend each year. It is a free popular event in the neighborhood, with a festive atmosphere and volunteer musicians playing in various gardens throughout the day.
Around 100 artists usually participate, with a variety of styles, media, and subject matter. As a visitor you will enjoy a unique atmosphere boasting bursts of colors at the background sound of live classical, klezmer, and folk music playing in various gardens throughout the day. Artists display a variety of styles, media, and subject matter.
* Starting Points: 135 1/2 Charles Street, and the corner of Cambridge Street & West Cedar Street.
Please Volunteer to help and take part in this great event! It’s fun and a great way to meet the neighbors.
For additional information about the musicians, email Ivy A. Turner.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administrated by the Mayor’s Office of Arts + Culture.