Mission Federal ArtWalk to Return to Little Italy

For the past 33 years, the Mission Federal ArtWalk has showcased visual and performing arts in San Diego with a free, two-day festival. Here’s a look at some photos of the cool, colorful event in recent years.

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This year, the ArtWalk will line 15 blocks across Little Italy.
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The event runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on April 29 and April 30, 2017.
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As always, attendees can browse booths and buy artwork from local, regional, national and international artists and pick their brains about what inspires them. Here, artist Gregory Bada chats with visitors.
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The free, family-friendly block party also features hands-on activities for children in a special zone at the corner of India and W. Beech streets dubbed the “KidsWalk.”
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Artists from across the globe display and sell their works at the annual event. Here, Russian artist Igor Koutsenko shares his art with customers.
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In the KidsWalk area, little ones can channel their inner artists and create their own mini masterpieces.
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The two-day event draws large crowds, and parking in Little Italy will be at a premium. Consider taking public transit or a ride-sharing service to this event.
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Live and interactive art performances are also a major part of the two-day block party.
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Dozens upon dozens of artists' booths will line 17 blocks in Little Italy.
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Artists will showcase their work and mingle with customers and art collectors.
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Live and interactive art performances are also a major part of the two-day block party.
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The KidsWalk is a great way to keep the little ones busy.
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