Moscow Artwalk is one of many events that foster the region's cultural ecosystem. Now celebrating its 20th year, Moscow Artwalk shares the community’s wealth of artistic practice with the entire Palouse region. The 2023-2024 season includes visual, literary, performing, and culinary arts offerings at business and non-profit locations throughout the community on the 3rd Thursday of each month from October - May. The Artwalk Season Finale on June 20, 2024 features artist and host location offerings along with music, food, and art on Main Street.


Registration for December Artwalk is open until December 12 at 5 p.m. 

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Businesses are encouraged to start looking for artists as soon as possible. Visit the City of Moscow's Artist Directory at and make connections with artists from around the Palouse.  

Artists may connect with local businesses to find the best host location to fit their art. Once an artist finds a location, the host location will complete the registration form. Not sure where to start? Utilize the Moscow Chamber of Commerce + Visitor Center's Business Directory to find local businesses:

Audience members can find event flyers at participating host locations during the week of 3rd Thursday Artwalk. Additional information, including a downloadable event flyer, will be available on the Artwalk webpage.

Artwalk Season Poster featuring Watercolor Department by Tara Oar

The 2023-2024 Artwalk Season poster features Watercolor Department by Tara Oar. This watercolor painting depicts the Magyar Building at the corner of Main and A Streets. Built in 1963 according to the design of architect Melvin A. Rojko, the building originally housed the former First Federal Savings Bank. It currently houses the City of Moscow Public Works & Services. The building received Orchid Awards from the Moscow Historic Preservation Commission in 2021 and from Preservation Idaho in 2022. 

Moscow native Tara Oar has been making art in the Palouse and the Pacific Northwest for decades, recently focusing on painting. Her award-winning landscapes and illustrations in various media have been featured in Inland 360 and Palouse Plein Air. For commissions, prints, and more information visit


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June 2023 Artwalk Season Finale 
Photos by Geoff Crimmins

Artwalk Poster Art Collection

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