On Oct. 10. The 2020 Livermore Artwalk brought festivity to downtown for the first large public event in several months.
The Artwalk, though scaled down due to the pandemic, commenced with safety measures in place. The event hosted 28 vendors displaying paints, fabric goods, photo prints, airbrush art, handmade jewelry and block print artwork.
The event also included two live bands and a new painting line on display in the theater building.
Though small, the 2020 Livermore Artwalk allowed many community members an opportunity to observe art pieces and support artists. Some of the money made from sales has gone to funding for the arts.
Han Nelson is the A&E Editor of The Express. Follow him @SCP_TLDR.