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Events

10th Annual Front Porch Art Walk

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  • Saturday, May 12, 2018 10am-5pm
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Front Porch Artwalk (FPAW) ​is an annual public event hosted at historic Modecai/Oakwood neighborhood near downtown Raleigh, North Carolina.  Up and coming as well as long established local artists will display their artworks on the front porches through the neighborhood.  Artwork will include ceramics, photography, glass, jewelry, paintings, fiber arts, bath and body products, sculptures, metal works and more.
 
The event is always on the second Saturday of May each year, 10am - 5pm rain or shine.  Bring your family, kids and pets to enjoy a spring day walk though all the beautiful artworks in this historic downtown neighborhood. 

Admission:  FREE to public

Parking: FREE street parking

Direction:  The event runs from the intersection of Franklin Street and N. Blount and continues down N. Blount Street, crossing over Peace Street towards the city center. Check Google Maps for direction.