But it has always been a very communal, in-person activity, with spaces like the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, the Mill Valley Public Library, Depot Bookstore & Café, City Hall, Famous4, Mill Valley Community Center, Seager Gray Gallery, Throckmorton Theatre and much more opening their doors to art aficionados.
But as it has with seemingly every aspect of human life in 2020, COVID-19 has changed all that, and the Arts Commission has reacted accordingly, transforming the monthly Artwalk into a virtual affair.
“We want to see your art, what you perceive as art, or just some cool or interesting things around town,” the commission announced this week. “Post your art / photos on Instagram and tag us @mvartscommission & use the hashtag #MillValleyArtWalk. Get those creative juices flowing and start posting!”
The Commission will choose its weekly top picks to feature on its website and social media channels