Location
Midtown and also along Del Paso Blvd.
Hours
Second Saturdays, 6-9/10PM
Phone
916-204-1591

Sacramento Second Saturday is the monthly Sacramento art gallery walk. It takes place on the second Saturday of each month from 6PM to 10PM, depending on the art gallery (hours vary). The Sacramento News & Review issue published the Thursday prior, called "d'ART," contains color Second Saturday maps for Midtown and downtown, and also maps for other communities (Del Paso Heights, Davis, Roseville, etc). D'ART also includes stories on local galleries and artists, and comprehensive listings for galleries and boutiques/shops/salons that participate in Second Saturday.

Another Second Saturday map is at http://www.sacramentomidtown.com/CommunityArtwalkmap.shtml.

Some argue that just hanging a painting should not qualify a place for a listing.

This is all free, of course. This is one of the best art walks anywhere.

See also the full Business Directory.

Pictures from Second Saturday

Danny Scheible's masking-tape opus, "40 Miles of Sculpture.", in a back room of the Fools Foundation, July 2007 (Sacramento Bee article)

A beat boy dance-off at the undeveloped space inside the MARRS building, Oct. 13, 2007.

"Beauty and the Furry" fashion show, outside Felicia Strati and 4 Paws Pet Boutique, Oct. 13, 2007

Comments


If you've never been on an art gallery walk, I highly recommend it. Free food, great art, cool people. It changed my world. Really. -SteveDavison


2007-11-03 19:13:39   I'm in an A cappella group and we are looking to perform during next second saturday...any suggestions? —tvalenti


2007-12-01 11:15:47   This is also known as the "Second Saturday Cheese Walk" and to a lesser degree, the "Second Saturday Snack Walk." —EdWins


2008-11-08 10:00:26   They have a new website, http://2nd-sat.com/. The old one is still up, with a link to the new one, but isn't being updated. —KatyMartin


2009-05-13 00:42:29   just wanted to say what a great time we had and loved all the music and art. Loved the blues band Bluesion. —mikef

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