Anaheim Convention Center hosts the 1st California Art Walk

June 21, 2012 by  

It was back in 1967 that Anaheim first became a destination for conventions and meetings. This all started with the construction of the Anaheim Convention Center located at 800 West Katella Avenue. Since then, the domed arena has undergone several renovations and expansions with the addition of exhibit halls and meeting spaces. Frequently used by Orange County citizens, as well as residents of neighboring counties, the facility has space for exhibits that exceeds 800,000 square feet, which makes it the largest building of its kind on the West Coast. Art-loving Residents of Santa Ana, which is located 8 miles south of the arena, may want to take a short drive north to partake in a major art event being held at the Convention Center.

On Saturday, July 21, the 1st Annual California Art Walk will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center. The community can proudly proclaim that the event is going to be the biggest Art Walk ever to have taken place indoors in Orange County. Being a history-making occasion, the event is expected to unite thousands of fanatical art gurus with in excess of 100 select artists and their works. If the artists are seeking to promote their talent and services, this Art Walk will be an awesome opportunity, and an investment in business card printing could help advertise even further, especially since the event is likely to attract a wide range of interested visitors.

The event begins at 10:00 am. Food and beverages will be available for participants’ consumption and music will be played throughout the day.