Celebrating Binational Art and Culture on the Border: Art Walk Rosarito 2024

Get ready to check out some amazing art at the fourth annual Art Walk Rosarito! It’s happening on May 25 and 26, 2024, from 10 AM to 7 PM at the CEART Rosarito. And guess what? It’s free to get in!

This event is a big deal for anyone into the art scene, with 60 artists from the Baja California border region and the US. And this year, they’ve got special guests from Oaxaca, Mexico City, Jalisco, and Morelos. The goal? To kickstart an art market that boosts social interaction, binational integration, and cultural tourism.

As part of the Artwalk, there’s going to be a cool exhibition called “Unique Lands: Identities of Baja California” at the International Gallery inside CEART Rosarito. This show is all about seeing Baja through its landscapes, icons, and even through the textures and colors that shout out who we are.

The timing’s perfect because it lines up with Memorial Day weekend, which means lots of tourists and art lovers are going to be in town. This event isn’t just about showing off cool art; it’s about making connections and trading art across borders, which strengthens the cultural bonds between neighbors.

And for those coming from SoCal, there’s a special bus tour organized with Art Scene Baja. The buses leave from Balboa Park right to the event. Need more details or want to grab your bus ticket? Check out www.artbaja.com and head to the ‘buy tickets’ section.

If you want more scoop on what’s happening or have any questions, hit up Artwalk Rosarito on their social media.

A little background on Artwalk Rosarito – it started as Rosarito ArtFest after the economic and security crisis in 2008. The community came together to boost social life and economic growth through art. Post-pandemic, they shifted from a festival vibe to more of an art fair, hence the new name.

Can’t wait to see all of you art lovers there! It’s going to be a great way to experience the vibrant art culture of the region and maybe even take a piece of it home with you.

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