Walk through one of the oldest art walks in the country

Scottsdale Art Walk, one of the oldest art walks in the country, is about to celebrate its 45th anniversary. The art walk takes place in Old Town Scottsdale and offers visitors a chance to experience everything from modern art to Southwestern art in a relaxed atmosphere. We experience it for ourselves and talk to organizers, gallery owners and visitors to learn more about this community-based event. Learn more about the art walk at https://scottsdalegalleries.com/about/ 

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