A self-guided celebration of original art and music throughout Keyport’s business district, July 24, 2021.
KEYPORT, NJ—The Art Society of Keyport (ASK) is sponsoring a summer Arts Walk that spotlights local artists through visual art, music, performance, community, and commerce. ASK seeks to provide a chance to share art in all the ways the Bayshore community has missed over the past 16 months. The Arts Walk is an opportunity to reconnect with neighbors and transition from the often isolating remote culture of the pandemic, all while supporting local artists, makers, and independently owned businesses in Keyport.
The Arts Walk opening will commence on Saturday, July 24 from 4- 8pm and invites participants on a self-guided tour of simultaneous visual art exhibitions, public art musical performances, and installations displayed at numerous premier locations. The Arts Walk will feature over 70 pieces of original art.
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Kick off event and Art Walk HQ is located at 3BR Distillery at 7 Main St. in Keyport, NJ.
For more information on the Arts Walk, featured artists, and future events, follow @artssocietyofkeyport on Instagram or please visit our website www.asknj.org
The Arts Walk is made possible in part by funds from Monmouth Arts, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and the Monmouth County Board of Commissioners.
THE ARTS SOCIETY OF KEYPORT
The Arts Society of Keyport is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization promoting Arts and culture in Keyport, New Jersey and the surrounding Bayshore communities. Since 2010, ASK has initiated large public arts projects, as well as smaller community involved projects, designed thoughtfully to enhance the cultural climate of the region, expand access to the Arts, and generate tourism for over 150 regional businesses. ASK also offers monthly events ranging from musical performances, art fairs, exhibitions, classes, and more.
For inquiries on sponsorship opportunities within the Arts Society of Keyport, please contact Michelle Knox, President, at [email protected]
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