Seaport Art Walk
The New Bedford Seaport Art Walk unites two of the city’s nationally recognized cultural and commercial assets, its working waterfront and its working artists. It is the first large format outdoor public art installation along the waterfront in the city. Each summer, sculptures are temporarily installed along MacArthur Blvd, City Pier, State Pier, and the Seaport Cultural District downtown.
This year’s theme – “WIND” – to coincide with the Massachusetts Design Art & Technology Institute (DATMA) launching their first large-scale public art installation alongside collaborations with local arts and cultural organizations for the series Summer Winds.
Click here for the 2019 Seaport Artwalk Guide and annual events in the Seaport Cultural District.
Be a Part of this Remarkable Project.
Your contribution will support artists in their work, highlight the importance of the arts, and create an inviting waterfront enjoyed by thousands of visitors to and residents of the city.
The Seaport Art Walk is a collaboration of the City of New Bedford, Mayor Jon Mitchell, Port of New Bedford, Destination New Bedford, New Bedford Parks, Recreation, and Beaches, NBbeautiful, New Bedford Historical Society, and Seastreak Ferry Company and is funded through grants and generous donations from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, New Bedford Economic Development Council, and University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Visual and Performing Arts.