Artwalk is a free self-guided walking tour of artist studios and galleries in Mazatlán’s Centro Histórico.
Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, and view a wide variety of mediums including painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, stained glass, mosaics, and jewelry.
Enjoy this ever-changing art tour filled with a sense of discovery and anticipation each month.
It is a great way to experience the art and architecture in the Old Town with all of its colorful charms.
Artwalk was started in 2007 by artist Glen Rogers as a way to highlight the visual arts in Mazatlan.
Artwalk happens on the first Friday of every month, November thru May, from 4 to 8 pm. Balloons and banners mark each location.
Free maps of the participating sites are available in stores, hotels and restaurants, and on the official website where one can view the artists’ work or download a map: www.artwalkmazatlan.com
To showcase the visual arts and artists in Mazatlan’s Centro Historico.
To provide a free and accessible walking tour for residents and visitors as a way to meet the artists.
To provide a venue for artists to show and sell their artwork.
Mazatlan is a vibrant city, full of culture. In fact, this is the only Beach Destination featuring a Historical Center (Centro Histórico).
Join “Where in Mazatlan”, and enjoy the most unique Art Walk in Mexico; get to know the artists in their shops and pick the most amazing pieces you won’t find any USA Gallery; you won’t regret it.
Available the first Friday of each month; from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. The season is from November to April. After the Art Walk, head to Plazuela Machado and choose any of the many restaurants around.
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“Where in Mazatlan” also manages the booking of amazing tours and activities for all; an overnight package to enjoy the most successful Bass Fishing trip is a MUST when coming to Mazatlan.
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