Just going to first Friday every month downtown will provide you with a whole host if options to enjoy. Art, restaurants, stores open and a friendly crowd make it a festive treat,
This address is misleading. The arts district starts at 6th St NW with wonderful galleries and then goes south to 3rd St NW, between Market Ave & McKinley Ave. be sure to check the award winning art at the all the galleries.
22 artist studios (open when artists are there working or during a special events) plus 7 galleries (larger spaces and open during regular hours) plus 44 pieces of public art = awesome. What's fun is many of the artist hothouses are off the beaten path and worth finding. The Hub, 2nd April, Elemental Arts, Lynda Tuttle's Gallery, Joseph Saxton Gallery,... More
The First Monday Event was just awesome no words can describe it! Got to go to see what it is all about!
It is so excitng that Canton has "An Arts District." We have a very interesting collection of different types of art, unique artists and unsual creative spaces. Be sure to get a map of the district from the Canton Arts District website or the Chamber of Commerce before you do. This isn't a tightly-packed group of studios. The are spread... More
It's great to go to every First Friday with the fun different themes and great local artists that will engage you in conversation and discuss different things with you, everyone is incredibly benevolent too. All of my photos are from February's First Friday. But People also need to know that Downown Canton Arts District isnt only about First Friday. They... More
every 1st Friday of the month the district have arts on the streets . January had ice sculptures . It is amazing seeing how they carve them We go every month, January is my favorite one to go to . They have coffee and hot coco free as you walk around and see the talent . The buildings are open... More
I love to walk around this area of Canton, especially on First Friday. Some of our friends live in large cities and think they are so special because of it. I think Canton is a nice place to live. You can find good art and music and don't have to ride a subway or pay to park.
Every month a different theme,lots of great places to eat,and lots of local art and people. It's a nice way to spend a Friday,just don't go too often,it get to be too much of the same art work the same people. I love the Joseph Saxton gallery, photography is amazing,and if you get there early they have free wine and... More
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