Welcome to Art Crawl 2017

“Local Artists, Music & Food”

Join us for this one-day FREE art festival serving as a catalyst to celebrate the emergence of new and innovative artists in and around Central Florida!

November 4th (9am-4pm)

Munn Park (Downtown Lakeland)


Art Crawl is a FREE festival featuring 50 local artists from over 20 different cities in Central Florida selling artwork and competing for prizes alongside live music, live art demonstrations and featured local organizations and sponsors that proactively support the arts.

This 5th annual juried art festival is an accessible venue for art collection, entertainment and FUN! Artwork featured will be accessible for all budgets. Start your collection here!

Featured Artists

All Day

50 local artists from over 20 different cities in Central Florida selling artwork and competing for prizes… Including People’s Choice Award.

Vote for your favorite artist at the event!


Hosted by FrediDANCE Project.

10am – 11am / Q&A 11-11:30am

FrediDANCE Project
Dawn Branch Works
Kassi Abreu of Central Florida Ballet Inc & KasDance Project
Christopher Gonzalez De La Corte of The Explore Composite
& Ultimate Dance Center & MORE!

The objective is to create and present highly artistic and introspective works that provoke thought and evoke emotion. Exploring ideas that can help to inspire global social change and an awareness of the disenfranchized and and marginalized minority groups of the world. 

Live Music

Noon – 3pm

Patty Kenoly
Lauren Mullinax 
Emilie Weiss and Brett Blondell
Jess Kostella


Live Art Demonstrations

All Day

Grade8skateboards – The art of making skateboards. Raw materials to finished artwork popularized by skate culture.

iNK Screen Printing – Screen print your own FREE Art Crawl t-shirt. Be one of the first 250 participants or BYOS (bring your own shirt) 

Jen-Ken Kilns – We all dream about the 90s movie “Ghost”, right? Catch the soothing motion of artists throwing clay.


Community Interaction

All Day

Before I Die is a global art project that reimagines our relationship with death and with one another’s aspirations. Originally created by the artist Candy Chang on an abandoned house in New Orleans after she lost someone she loved, today there are over 2,000 walls worldwide.

Join us in restoring perspective and sharing more with one another through art interaction in our community.

Hosted in partnership with Polk Museum of Art and the Before I Die Project.

Learn more at www.beforeidie.cc.


See you there