City Arts to Host September City Arts Crawl

Mike Seals - August 11, 2020 10:38 am

Early Notice!

On Friday, September 11th, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, September 12th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Grand Avenue from 5th Street to 1st Street on the sidewalks in front of participating businesses, including Veteran’s Plaza at 3rd and Grand Avenue, the Ponca City Art Association, also known as City Arts, is hosting the City Arts Crawl.

This will take place on Grand Avenue from 5th Street to 1st Street on the North and South sidewalks in front of participating businesses and encompassing Veteran’s Plaza.

Masks and safe social distancing will be strongly encouraged. City Arts (PCCA) will provide masks to those needing them and have hand sanitizer placed conveniently throughout the four-block area.

Local, state, and regional artists are invited to participate for $50 per artist.

Depending on the business and artist, they will set up booths to sell their art either inside or outside of the businesses. PCCA is also looking into having performance art throughout the area including at veteran’s plaza and will encourage downtown restaurants and entertainment venues to stay open during these times, possibly hosting musicians and artists in and outside their businesses also.

City Arts (PCCA) is excited to host this fun and safe art crawl to help promote the visual arts in our community.

Please call 765-9746 or email [email protected] if you would like to participate as an artist or business, or have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the upcoming City Arts Crawl!


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