Starting June 4, the Santa Fe Art District will once again come alive with First Friday Art Walks.
For fans, it’s been a long year without the events, which typically occur year-round, rain or shine.
All participants and patrons will have to mask up and maintain social distancing rules. Businesses will be required to monitor their building capacity and may force people to wait or gather outside.
The art walks — which take place on the first Friday of each month — allow people to view art from hundreds of artists in galleries, studios, co-ops, upstairs, downstairs, in alleys and on the street.
The Art District spans from 13th to Alameda avenues and Kalamath to Inca streets. Most of the galleries are in a walkable area between 5th and 11th avenues.
During the year without First Fridays, the Santa Fe Art District introduced a similar gallery-hoping event called Sundays on Santa Fe.
Denver has several different First Friday art walks, but Santa Fe’s is by far the most popular, with 20,000 people routinely making their way out.
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