Newburyport ArtWalk 2023 – Explore Step by Step
A Walking Tour Featuring Exceptional Local Art
A Community of Talent – Newburyport ArtWalk
The Newburyport ArtWalk is a FREE, self-guided tour that allows you to explore art galleries throughout Newburyport’s Historic District as well as a few galleries just beyond the downtown area. The 2023 ArtWalk will be held on Saturday, April 29th and Saturday, September 30th from 10 am – 6 pm. A special Holiday ArtWalk will also be held on Saturday, December 2nd. Artists from the area will showcase special exhibits, participate in discussions about their art and offer demonstrations. This is a wonderful opportunity to support the local artist community, meet local artists and discover new found inspiration.
Use the map to visit the ArtWalk Fall 2023 locations and make sure to look at the extensive list of ArtWalk Fall 2023 Special Events happening throughout the day. ArtWalk maps are also available at Blochaus, Valerie’s Gallery & Greetings by Design.
While you’re enjoying the ArtWalk, make sure to explore Newburyport’s many wonderful retail shops and relax at one of our many excellent local Newburyport restaurants. If you’re planning a visit from outside the area, consider booking a room in one of our wonderful local Inn’s.
The Newburyport ArtWalk events are funded by annual dues from the local participating art galleries. Please help support the local artist community by attending the ArtWalk, telling friends and family and by sharing on your social media pages. Support Local!
The first image in this article is from inside Valerie’s Gallery on State Street and the second image was take inside Blochaus Art Gallery in the Tannery.
ArtWalk 2023 Schedule
Saturday from 10 am – 6 pm
* Holiday ArtWalk
A Special Holiday ArtWalk has been scheduled for Saturday, December 2nd.
ArtWalk Fall 2023 Galleries
- Alan Bull Studio
- Newburyport Framers
- Jaxby Nimble Studio
- Metzy’s Cantina
- The PEG Center
- Celine McDonald Studio
- A Pleasant Shoppe
- Valerie’s Gallery
- Threadneedle Gallery
- The Coffee Factory
- Greetings by Design
- Firehouse Center for the Arts
- New England Sketchbook
- Blochaus Art Gallery
- The Gallery on Federal
- Chococoa Baking Co.
- Studio 53
- Newburyport Art Association
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