Santa Monica Cultural Affairs

City of Santa Monica

People enjoying pottery work by artists, with a band playing music in the background
Photo by Annie Dimas

Airport Artwalk

13th Annual Santa Monica Airport ArtWalk Returns March 23

Saturday, March 23, 2019 12 – 5 p.m., Free Along Airport Ave. between Bundy Dr. and 23rd St., Santa Monica

Free event inspires artistic exploration with open artist studios, workshops, music, food and more. The Airport has a rich history as the former home of the Douglas Aircraft Company and the birthplace of the DC-3 and is now home to over 60 artists and a number of creative venues. The ArtWalk is a fun-filled day of artistic exploration within this creative campus. Attendees are invited to watch art and ceramic demonstrations, participate in art and theater workshops, and enjoy live music and food trucks.

Art, Exhibits & Demonstrations

Theatre, Music, Workshops, & More

Fun for Kids


About the Airport

The Santa Monica Airport is the oldest operating airport in LA County. The airport played a key role in the nation’s aviation revolution as the lift-off point of the first round-the-world flights, the workplace of Rosie the Riveter. During World War II and as an innovation incubator for the DC-3 which led to the birth of modern-day air travel.

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