Slow Art Day on Route 66 in Downtown Bloomington

Slow Art Day on Historic Route 66 with nine designated Galleries/Studios/Museum in Downtown Bloomington, IL starting at 10:00am with a closing reception and discussion of the Slow Art Day experience with artists, patrons, and gallerists at 4:00pm at The Hangar Art Co. 105 W Jefferson

Slow Art Day downtown Bloomington locations
Angel Ambrose Fine Art Studio, 101 W Monroe St, Suite 201 (10-2)
Art Vortex Studio & Gallery, 101 W Monroe St., Suite 210 (2nd floor 10-2)
Eaton Studio Gallery, 411 N Center St. (10-3)
Inside-Out Accessible Art, 200 W. Monroe St. (10-2)
Joann Goetzinger Studio Gallery, 313 N. Main St. (10-3)
Main Gallery 404, 404 N Main St. (10-2)
McLean County Museum of History, 200 N Main St. (10-3)
The Hangar Art Co., 105 W. Jefferson St. (10-6)
Threshold to Hope, Inc., 107 E Chestnut St (10-2)

Slow Art Day (founded in 2010) is an annual global event with a mission to help more people discover the joy of looking at and learning to appreciate art. Slow Art Day 2022 is celebrated internationally on Saturday, April 2. This year nine downtown Bloomington art galleries/studios/McLean County Museum of History on Old Route 66 in Historic Downtown Bloomington will join in and invite their community to come and experience art slowly alongside cities, museums, and galleries in Northern Ireland, Denmark, Australia, Hungry and around the world on all seven continents, including Antarctica. www.slowartday.com.


Saturday, April 2, 2022
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Cost: free and open to the public and families


Downtown Bloomington Artists Monroe-Center-Main-Jefferson-Chestnut Streets Bloomington IL 61705 309-828-1575

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