What is the Venice Art Crawl?

The Venice Art Crawl is a Venice Chamber of Commerce sponsored event by and for the people. Our goal is to share, inspire and promote collaboration within the Venice community through mixers and art events. Join us by attending, sharing your vision and what inspires you. Our goal is to foster and reinvigorate the creativity that has historically and currently makes Venice such a vibrant and dynamic community.

When is the VAC?

The VAC happens quarterly on third Thursday.  SAVE THE DATES!!! The Venice Art Crawl is now 4 times a year. March 20 – June 19 – Sept. 18 – Dec 18, 2014. It starts at 6PM and officially ends at 10PM but many venues are open later. Please be mindful of neighbors.

How do I find the VAC?

You can find a map and event information on the night of the VAC at the info booth located in front of Danny’s Venice, 23 Windward, Venice, CA 90291 from 6-9PM.  Maps also available online at www.veniceartcrawl.com

Where do I park?

There is ample parking available the Venice area. City parking lots are located right next to the beach and daily rates range from $4 to $15 depending upon the time of year. Most City parking lots are within walking distance to the Venice Boardwalk, beach, shops, and dining. There are also several private parking lots near Windward Ave., Venice Blvd. and Rose Ave. Private lots can cost as much as $25 per day and fill up quickly for Venice Art Crawl events.  Street parking is also available.  

Where is the VAC information booth?

The VAC info booth is located in front of Danny’s Venice, 23 Windward, Venice, CA 90291 on the night of the VAC from 6-9 p.m. 

VAC tours and meet up groups.

Yes, several tours are available via www.meetup.com.  Check out events calendar page, the VAC info booth (Danny’s 23 Windward Ave.  Venice, Ca 90291), and our facebook page for tour info.  

Does it cost to attend the VAC?

Admission is free for most VAC events.  Please check our VAC events calendar for details.

Additional visitor’s info:

Please keep our neighborhood clean and be mindful of our neighbors.  Thank you!