The May 5th First Friday Art Walk is a perfect way to experience an evening of art, education and relaxation in our award-winning Arts Town. This self-guided tour and year-long event invites you to explore the heart & soul of our art scene on the First Friday of every month from 6 - 9 p.m. Enjoy art galleries and working studios while you meet with many of our talented, local artists. Stroll and enjoy beautiful evenings in Downtown Delray as you navigate your way through myriad styles of art. The Art Walk features three artistic areas; Atlantic Avenue, Pineapple Grove and Artists Alley.
This is a FREE event (no ticket, pass, coupon required) - just show up and start wherever you'd like! Don't forget to use #DelrayArtWalk when you share your Art Walk photos on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!
Participating Galleries & Studios
Pineapple Grove Galleries:
Ford Fine Art - 5/5 Art Walk Special - featuring Guatemalan Masters: Elmar Rojas, Carlos Mérida, Roberto Abularach - Guatemalan Rum & Galletas will be offered
The mAe (NEW) 5/5 Art Walk Special: The mAe will be featuring oil paintings by Carin Wagner. Also enjoy new B&W photography by George Dern. Wine & cheese will be offered.
Artist Alley Galleries & Working Studios:
Ellen Miller (NEW)
Atlantic Avenue Galleries:
Black Pearl Fine Art - 5/5 Art Walk Special: End of season sale 30-50% off. Stop by and visit us!
Cornell Art Museum 5/5 Special: The Cornell Art Museum will feature Space of Mind “The Many Cultures: One World” exhibit. Students will exhibit art, their Rock Band and Music students will perform, Culinary Arts Students will prepare and serve appetizers, and much more. SOM will also promote the event on Delray Beach Live Wednesday am, May 3. Click here to learn more.
For information on parking, visit: www.downtowndelraybeach.com/parking
*We recommend the Delray Beach Public Library (free parking) or Old School Square Parking Garage for Art Walk parking, located at:
95 N.E. 1st Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33444
(Next to & above the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce), parking is free before 4 p.m. and $5 afterward