Martin Foley Minister for the Arts in the Daniel Andrews’ State Labor Government speaking about the enormous potential for the Port Phillip precinct assigned toThe St Kilda Art Crawl to be launched on the 21, 22 & 23 of September 2017.
SKAC is a non for profit community incentive spearheaded by passionate local St Kilda creatives who are determined to bring the artistic community along with it’s mojo back to St Kilda and the Port Phillip precinct.
Born from universal art and culture. Inspired by California’s successful community strengtheningVenice Art Crawl and fuelled by St Kilda’s passionate grass roots’ creatives. The St Kilda Art Crawl has arrived.
Similar to St Kilda’s sister city of Venice Beach in California and like the Venice Art Crawl, St Kilda Art Crawl is a not for profit incentive for the people by the people.
It’s aim is to galvanise community spirit and co operation by proactively integrating the business world with the world of art and culture. The life blood of any great city. This is a unified drive inviting St Kilda’s local artist, musicians, writers, poets and street artists to share and celebrate who they are with the world.
As well as combined effort and support from the local traders, artists will be supported by extensive media coverage through TV, Radio and online media.
The World is Your Oyster so get involved!
Last night Wilbur Wilde was MC at Acland Street’s Veludo Cafe host to the second Mixer for SKACbringing together artists, enthusiasts and local traders in preparation for the next St Kilda Art Crawl on the 22 – 23 of September 2017 – a week before the grand final; and with a collaborative spirit SKAC and VACwill be streaming events via their mutual Facebook pages linking the sister cities in celebration.