The 2022 Penticton lake to lake art walk taking place April 2 features 33 venues and is part of the Ignite the Arts Festival taking place throughout late March to early April. (Brennan Phillips Western News file photo)

The 2022 Penticton lake to lake art walk taking place April 2 features 33 venues and is part of the Ignite the Arts Festival taking place throughout late March to early April. (Brennan Phillips Western News file photo)

33 galleries, studios and pop-ups at Penticton Lake to Lake Art Walk April 2

This year’s art walk is the biggest yet and part of the Ignite the Arts Festival

This year’s Lake to Lake Art Walk is going to be the biggest yet.

On Saturday, April 2, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. grab your walking shoes and join in for a community celebration of all things art as part of the Ignite the Arts Festival.

The Penticton Lake-to-Lake Art Walk showcases the work of 160-plus artists at 33 venues across the city. Explore them in any order and create your own art adventure.

Art galleries, home studios, and pop-up spaces throughout Penticton are involved in the 2022 Art Walk.

Some of the venues include the Greta Kamp Artist Studio, Penticton Art Gallery, Art Up Studio, Lloyd Gallery, Dragon’s Den, Rasha Tattoo and Gallery, to name just a few.

Refuel and recharge at several stops along the way like Bench Market which is hosting two local artists’ work and/or d grab a beer and snacks at Cannery Brewing who is hosting the Square Mural Project with 10 murals by local artists hanging on the walls of the brewery.

Funk Petals and White Lioness Metaphysics will both be hosting pop up artists where Artables: Where Table Meets Art will be hosting pottery making and painting demonstrations.

To see all the amazing stops and what each gallery, brewery or shop is hosting, go to pentictonartscouncil.com/art-walk.

READ MORE: Lake to Lake Art Walk to be part of Ignite the Arts Festival

On that same day, and as part of Ignite the Arts Festival is the Sculpture Contest at Okanagan Lake Park from noon to 4 p.m.

From March 25 to April 3, a total of 70 performances across six different venues will make up the inaugural edition of the festival.

READ MORE: ‘Opportunity to rebuild the community’: Ignite the Arts Festival ready bring Penticton together

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