The Venice Art Crawl is back with its Venice Canals edition. The August 2023 VAC event takes place on Thursday, August 17, 2023 from 6-10pm. Now in its 13th year, VAC invites art enthusiasts to celebrate the artistic expressions of local artists. All types of media will be on view. Enjoy artworks by painters, as well as photographers, potters, ceramicists, jewelry designers, and more.


August 2023 VAC

The Venice Art Crawl promises a night filled with enchantment along with live art installations and performances. Be serenaded by opera singers on the picturesque bridges, and experience the magic of Venice aboard a venetian gondola. Meanwhile artists will showcase their works, making this an exceptional and immersive experience.

The heart of the event lies in the participation of the local community. The Venice Art Crawl is open to all residents of Venice who wish to showcase their artwork and contribute to the vibrant cultural tapestry of this unique neighborhood. While you are there stop into 2408 Grand Canal, and say hi to Zebi, a talented ceramicist and painter. Be sure to check the website for a full list of artists.


For attendees seeking to navigate the vast artistic offerings throughout the Venice Canals, an information booth will be conveniently located at Dell and North Venice, offering maps and guidance to all the exciting exhibits and performances. You can also download a digital map from the website. See below for more info and the location of the Venice Canals.

About VAC

The Venice Chamber of Commerce sponsors “The Venice Art Crawl” event. The VAC’s mission is to preserve the arts in Venice, a place that historically held a reputation as a vibrant and dynamic art community. Its goal is to share, inspire as well as promote collaboration within the Venice community through mixers and art events. VAC is also an all-volunteer run non-profit organization which is a committee of the Venice Chamber of Commerce.

The event runs from 6:00pm – 10:00pm in various place within and around the Venice Canals. The canals run parallel to Pacific Avenue from Venice Blvd to Washington Blvd. Visit the website for more info –

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