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Atlantic Avenue ArtWalk

This event has already taken place.May 4 – 12, noon – 6 pm,
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The Annual Atlantic Avenue ArtWalk, a 1.5-mile, nine-day self-guided tour from May 4 through 12, 2024, from noon to 6 p.m., highlights Brooklyn artists and charismatic local businesses along Atlantic Avenue, running through three historic destination neighborhoods from Fourth Avenue to the Waterfront in Brooklyn. Features art created/made from different mediums while showcasing approximately 100 emerging and established Brooklyn artists at 50+ participating shops, galleries, salons, restaurants, and businesses. 

Enjoy strolling along this charming tree-lined avenue through Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, and Boerum Hill to Downtown Brooklyn. Atlantic Avenue ArtWalk is a celebration of creative local artists and merchants who both add life, soul and beauty to our communities. ArtWalk is free and open to the public rain or shine.

Atlantic Avenue ArtWalk 2024 special activities include:

  • Lively Curator’s Tour led by Why Not Art’s Grace Freedman on Saturday, May 4. Details and required RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/872692686317 with a Sunday, May 5 rain date
  • Live Painting outside (weather permitting) with artists Dan Peterson and Ibou N’doye
  • Demonstration by Brooklyn Watercolor Society at a pop-up gallery space, 529 Atlantic Avenue
  • The 14thAnnual ArtShare Exhibition, produced by HeartShare will feature 180 works created by children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities at Clover’s Gallery, 338 Atlantic Avenue
  • Children’s Art Activity by Craft Studio at Hoyt Street Garden (corner of Atlantic Ave and Hoyt Street) on Saturday, May 4

Check here for updated info on venues, artists, activities, official 2024 map and guide, QR Code Square, and travel directions at https://www.atlanticave.org/artwalk

Sponsored by: Why Not Art, Hollow Nickel, Collier West, Optimum Health Physical Therapy.

Special Contributors: Thor Equities and Go Green.

Presented by: Atlantic Avenue Local Development Corp. (AALDC), a not-for-profit engaged in economic development, historic preservation, and cultural enrichment of Atlantic Avenue from Fourth Avenue to the Waterfront in Brooklyn.

Contact: Atlantic Avenue Local Development Corporation at 718-875 8993 or atlanticave@atlanticave.org


By Subway: Nearby Stations are Hoyt Street 2 or 3, Hoyt Schermerhorn A, C, G walk south on Hoyt Street to Atlantic Avenue; 2,3,D,N,R,Q to Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, walk west to Atlantic Avenue

By Bus: B63 and B61, also nearby B41 and B99

By Bike: There are 8 nearby Citi Bike stations

By Car: Parking is available at 200, 255, and 301 Atlantic Avenue and 333 Schermerhorn Street and other lots nearby. Street parking rules apply.

By Long Island Railroad: Atlantic Terminal stop, walk west to Atlantic Avenue

By Ferry: Take the South Brooklyn route to Brooklyn Bridge/ Park Pier 6 Atlantic Avenue


Atlantic Avenue (Fourth Avenue to the Waterfront)
Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States