28th annual Nelson ArtWalk to launch Canada Day

The annual ArtWalk will have its opening night on July 1. Interested artists and venues have until May 20 to apply.

The Nelson and District Arts Council presents the annual ArtWalk event. A truly Nelson family summer activity, ArtWalk has drawn locals and visitors downtown to experience the wonderful work of our visual artists for 28 years. Opening night activities will be held at businesses and venues throughout Nelson on Friday, July 1 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. ArtWalk runs until Aug. 26. If you are an artist or a venue interested in participating this year, visit ndac.ca to download an application form. The deadline is May 20.

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