13th Annual Santa Monica Airport ArtWalk Returns March 23

February 21, 2019 1:12 PM

(Photo Credit: Annie Dimas)

**All food trucks and performers have been secured for the ArtWalk this year. The ArtWalk features only the art of artists based at the airport. For additional questions, please email allison.ostrovsky@smgov.net.

SANTA MONICA, Calif. – The City of Santa Monica presents the 13th Annual Santa Monica Airport ArtWalk on Saturday, March 23. The Airport has a rich history as the former home of the Douglas Aircraft Company and the birthplace of the DC-3 and is now home to over 60 artists and a number of creative venues. The ArtWalk is a fun-filled day of artistic exploration within this creative campus. Attendees are invited to watch art and ceramic demonstrations, participate in art and theater workshops, and enjoy live music and food trucks.

WHEN: Saturday, March 23, 12 – 5 p.m. 

WHERE: Santa Monica Airport, along Airport Ave. between Bundy Dr. and 23rd St., Santa Monica

WHAT: Here is a look at this year’s ArtWalk features, including activities, fun for kids and food options. Click here for the event flyer for more information.

EVENT PROGRAM: Click here for the complete list of events.

Art, Exhibits & Demonstrations 

Theatre, Music, Workshops, & More 

Fun for Kids 


Although dogs are allowed at the airport, they are not encouraged at the ArtWalk due to tight studio spaces and fragile art.

For more information about the 2019 ArtWalk, visit smgov.net/airportartwalk or follow the Santa Monica Airport ArtWalk 2019 on Facebook.

About the Airport 

The Santa Monica Airport is the oldest operating airport in LA County. The airport played a key role in the nation’s aviation revolution as the lift-off point of the first round-the-world flights, the workplace of Rosie the Riveter. During World War II and as an innovation incubator for the DC-3 which led to the birth of modern-day air travel. smgov.net/departments/airport 

About Santa Monica Cultural Affairs

Santa Monica Cultural Affairs brings the City’s art scene to life for residents and visitors each year by supporting engaging and accessible cultural events for all ages throughout the year. Cultural Affairs nurtures local arts organizations, promotes artist involvement in the community, manages the landmark Santa Monica Civic Auditorium and presents and produces innovative programs citywide at the Annenberg Community Beach House, the historic Miles Playhouse, 1450 Ocean and in the city’s parks, enriching Santa Monica’s reputation as an international cultural destination. smgov.net/arts, #ArtSaMo 

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Media Contact

Miranda Iglesias
Public Information Coordinator

Allison Ostrovsky
Cultural Affairs Supervisor