The Saint Paul Art Crawl is a program of the St. Paul Art Collective, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. Your donation is fully deductible as a charitable contribution. Your donation is used to educate the public about Minnesota artists and encourages the production of new artwork by helping us provide this unique event.
Now in it“s 23rd year, the Saint Paul Art Crawl is a nationally recognized event that is firmly established on the Twin Cities’ cultural calendar. Over the years, the Art Crawl has become much more than an open–house–style, multi–destination art exhibit. It now features special performances and events, a popular “play along” passport program with prizes, complimentary pedi–cab rides and spontaneous gatherings in studios and local eateries. On average, 30 venues open for the Spring Art Crawl including art cooperatives, buildings with art studios, galleries, and community businesses. With over 250 artists participating, it is one of the largest and most loved open arts events in Minnesota, and it is completely free to visitors. This past spring participating venues counted nearly 30,000 visits to their spaces.
Catalog Ads | Rates & Sizes
Catalog Ads are full color.
Catalog distribution is 2,500–3,500.
As a special thank you, all Advertisers are listed on the 1st page of the catalog with Art Crawl Donors & Benefactors.
Back Cover — $950(Full page: 4.75 inches; wide x 7.75 inches high)
Inside Front Cover — $800(Full page: 4.75 inches wide x 7.75 inches high)
Inside Back Cover — $800 (Full page: 4.75 inches wide x 7.75 inches high)
Interior Full Page — $600 (Full page: 4.75 inches wide x 7.75 inches high)
Programming by the artists and volunteers of the St. Paul Art Collective. The Fall 2014 Saint Paul Art Crawl was funded and sponsored in part by a STAR grant from the City of Saint Paul, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, Minnesota State Arts Board, The Bush Foundation, The Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment, Pioneer Press, Metro Transit, Wet Paint, Union Depot, the Lowertown Entertainment District, Springboard for the Arts and Art Space Projects.