Modeled after Baton Rouge Mid City art events, the fourth annual Fall Art Crawl will be a celebration of the arts from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday throughout downtown Zachary and its Historic District.
Paintings and works in various mediums will be on display and for sale by local and regional artists, jewelry artisans and student groups, which will be paired with businesses and venues along Main, High, Church and Virginia streets.
Patrons are invited to stroll the Art Crawl route, browsing work by more than 30 artists at 20 different venues.
The Fall Art Crawl is organized and hosted each year by the Regional Arts Council of Zachary. Event co-chairwoman is Marjorie Moore.
“Attendees will find an exciting variety of old and new attractions,” Moore said. “All of our previous ingredients are still here with a few new and exciting flavors. Come on out and enjoy a night on the town.”
New this year, Zachary’s Historic Village will be the site of Jewelry Rowe, which will feature eight artisans and their handcrafted jewelry and accessories surrounding the pavilion. Inside the pavilion, a free wine tasting is planned.
Also new, students in the talented art programs at Zachary and Woodlawn high schools will be part of a judged art show at The Music Tree Preparatory School, 4833 Church St. Additionally, six musical artists are scheduled to perform at various stops.
Parking is available at businesses along the Art Crawl route and the City Hall Annex building. Free pedicab rides will be offered.
Visit zacharyartcrawl.com for directions and information.
The Regional Arts Council of Zachary is a community partner supporting visual and performing arts and art education in Zachary and the surrounding area.