DTSA ArtWalk Infoguide
This past year has looked very different for Santa Ana, including the ArtWalk. However, we’re not letting these circumstances hold us back from celebrating the culture and art of Downtown Santa Ana. We’ve compiled a list of things that are happening this month. Join us and support these local artists throughout October! For more updates, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
The Santa Ana Unified School District is heading up the Digital Artwalk with their new special, “Arts Forward!” This is a great way for educators, students, and community members to empower one another through the arts. Join the live stream every first Saturday of the month to support your local schools!
Every Saturday of October, join music lovers from around the world for this online event! Explore different types of new music through this virtual experience! Check out their event page for more details.
Alfadir Luna is an artist based in Mexico City. His exhibition is an ongoing storefront installation that can be viewed anytime from the 2nd Street Promenade. Check out their website to learn more about Luna’s work!
The Orange County Center for Contemporary Art is temporarily closed, but they’ve created an amazing virtual tour of their space for anyone to enjoy! The exhibition, “Terra Incognita,” showcases work from artist-couples who explore “unknown land.” Check out their website to see the work, as well as the 360 virtual tour that will be available through October 10th!
Check out this online tour of Jerry Rothman's exhibit, showcasing his ceramics from the Laguna Art Museum Collection. Learn more about his career and his collection on their website!
GENE is an amazing local artist based in Santa Ana! His work is very much inspired by the human spirit, as well as movement and ancient cultural wisdom. GENE has curated an online gallery so check out his website to see some of his incredible work! He has several beautiful collections to look at!
Although Frida Cinema’s venue is temporarily closed, they’ve created multiple, safe ways you can still enjoy movies! Check out their website to find out more details about their pop up drive-ins and their streaming service online that are going on throughout the month!
B Minus Studios is located in the historic Santora building. They are putting on a show starting October 3rd in honor if the halloween season! Appointments are required, as there will be limited availability on select dates only. Keep up with B Minus Studios on their Instagram page to find out how you can visit!
In the Callejon Del Beso, they have an art exhibition every month of young and emerging artists. During the pandemic and due to the restriction to leave, they have created an online virtual-exhibition with the works of these same artists to continue promoting the Callejon! Check out their interactive gallery on the website! They also have a mural workshop taught by Maestro Camacho that is carried out online as well. This workshop shows the progress of two small murals painted in the alley during the pandemic.
Also, special this month, Nalle Fine Art will showcase live in the alley the works of Moises Camacho, Fiona Harris and Joseph Hawa. Stop by between 3rd St and 4th St on Bush St.
AvantGarden has a 20-year history in Downtown Santa Ana, where its earned its reputation as the gallery of new, unusual, experimental ideas in art. AvantGarden will be popping up outdoors at 3rd Street near Spurgeon Street at The Copper Door's outdoor space along 3rd St. This will be a unique opportunity to grab food, a drink, and enjoy art while social distancing.
Story by Breanna Policar
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