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MISSION FED ARTWALK’S FINE ART FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 39 YEARS OF SHOWCASING EVERY MEDIUM OF ART

DREW SCHOLSBERG | CLOUD CAST MEDIA

MARCH 29, 2023

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Curt Brooker, Director of ArtWalk San Diego, is joined by Sarah Holbach, Executive Director of ArtReach San Diego, to chat about the longest-running outdoor fine art festival in Southern California. The festival will take place in San Diego’s Little Italy district on April 29 and 30. Brooker and Holbach talk about ArtWalk’s support of ArtReach San Diego, an organization that increases equity in visual arts education in K-8 schools throughout San Diego County.

For more information about ArtReach, visit artreachsandiego.org or @artreachsd on social media.

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