Moscow's Artwalk is one of the many arts events that make Moscow a vibrant community. Since its beginning in 2004, Moscow Artwalk has become a highlight of the Palouse summer by celebrating the wealth and breadth of artistic practice in the region. Moscow Artwalk is a cultural experience open to everyone at no cost and includes artist receptions, musical performances, and Main Street events.
We are excited to announce we're back! Join us on Thursday, June 17 from 4-8 p.m. for the 16th Annual Artwalk.
About the Event
In the interest of public safety, the year’s Artwalk will be modified. Familiar features such as the Main Street closure and street fair are postponed until 2022, however, artists will still be featured at host locations throughout Moscow during this year’s event.
After surveying past participants, the results showed a change of day would be beneficial to businesses and participants. Artwalk will now be hosted on a Thursday evening. This change helps reduce stress on businesses, as Friday is already a high-traffic evening for many.
Artwalk 2021 is an opportunity to celebrate the creative community of Moscow. The event aims to feature visual, literary, performing, and culinary arts. Businesses are encouraged to use this event to promote their regular creative offerings as well as any special arts presentations.
All host locations are responsible for following pandemic-related requirements for gathering sizes, sanitization, face coverings, and any other regulations set forth by the State of Idaho and the City of Moscow.
How do I participate?
Find a business to host your work during the event! The host location will take care of the registration needed for this type of participation. Past Artwalk tabloids are a good point of reference for finding businesses that have participated in Artwalk in the past. You can find past tabloids near the bottom of this page. For more help identifying the perfect location for your work, visit moscowchamber.com/location/.
Register as a host location and identify artists to display their works. The City of Moscow’s Artist Directory is a good resource for connecting with local artists and can be found here: bit.ly/moscowartistdirectory. Once you’ve found artists to display their work, please complete the host location registration form: https://bit.ly/artwalk2021registration.
Share the creative identity of your business by inviting visual, literary, performing, and culinary artists to your event. Already have something planned? Feel free to use this opportunity to promote the regular creative offerings at your business!
1912 Center and Heart of the Arts, Inc.
412 E 3rd St.
Elaina Pierson's photography with a special exhibit on the second floor featuring photos of the spaces before and during renovation.
Latah Realty LLC
128 E 3rd St.
Catch a glimpse of
beautiful landscape photography captured by artist, Ron Doebler! While you're here, enjoy a bite to eat!
Disability Action Center NW
505 N Main St.
Artist Trading Cards (ATC) for All
Abilities Masterpieces in Miniature! Card size works of art, traded with other artists.
402 W 6th St, #102
Come check out our
selection of Justin Miller Photography as you enjoy a pint of beer or glass of wine.
403 S Main St.
Team Idaho Real Estate
204 S Main St.
Wild Woodworks Idaho– Hand crafted wood art and furniture.
213 1/2 S Main St.
Photography by Jeremy Tamsen
City of Moscow Public Works
201 N Main St.
MSD Painted Plows
Latah County Library
110 S Jefferson St.
Inspired by nature, travel,
and everyday life, Julene Ewert uses mixed media, acrylic, and ink in vibrantly colorful new ways.
617 N Jefferson St.
product designs and graphic design in two cool studios! Enjoy a glass of wine and meet the creators!
Magenta & Co.
316 S Washington St.
Sophie Whitling—Pen &
Ink Sketches: A series of sketches on the study of local architecture and residential houses.
Rants and Raves Brewery
308 Jackson St.
Come in to view colorful art
of the Palouse and art that whisks you away to other places.
View a child’s color crayon depictions of Disney characters.
BookPeople of Moscow
521 S Main St.
Jana Vrtelova Holbert is a
woodcarver, marionette/puppet and toy maker and jewelry designer originally from Czech Republic.
Check back often as we update our website with new host locations.