Huntington PUBlic Art Crawl!

Huntington Public Art Crawl Flyer
Come experience the “Village-Wide Celebration of the Thriving Art & Cultural Community” that is the Huntington PUBlic Art Crawl!

It’s free. It’s fun. There’s so much going on!

When: Saturday, June 8, 12-5pm (rain date 6/15)

Basic info is available on the Huntington Chamber of Commerce website.

Here’s a great article in Going LocalLI that covers all sorts of great stuff happening that day, including live painting, music, kids activities, and food and drink specials offered to anyone who picks up an event bracelet.

Paid Guided Tours: For $10 you can take a guided tour of local murals, getting all sorts of inside information on the village’s public-facing art (tickets and info are here). For $32, folks 21 and over can take a “PUBlic Art Crawl Pub Tour,” which also includes info about the murals as well as treats and insight into the works of art that are some of our local business establishments (tickets and info are here).
 
Enjoy!
Huntington Public Art Crawl Poster. Details in text.

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We’ve mentioned Jose Tutiven before. His reputation preceded him by 20 miles as he has earned the appreciation of folks Island-wide. His company, Colored Colors, “empowers unity amongst creatives…fosters long term relationships between the community of creatives and local business…[and]…serves as the platform to instill the mentality of artistry, commerce and community.”

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