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Santa Monica Airport celebrates its 10th Annual Airport ArtWalk. Explore more than 60 artist studios and multiple creative venues that occupy the airport’s converted airplane hangars. Featuring art and ceramic demonstrations, theater and art workshops, live music and food trucks, the ArtWalk offers a fun-filled day of artistic exploration and has become a beloved community event.

Free admission, bike valet, shuttle & parking

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There are several ways to get to Santa Monica Airport. Big Blue Bus Route 14 stops at Bundy at Airport Avenue. A free shuttle will run from 11:30am – 5:30pm on a continuous loop through the airport campus making a number of key stops. Ample free parking for bikes and cars will available, as well as Breeze Bike Share cycles that can be rented and rode throughout the campus.


Most venues, studios and restrooms are wheelchair accessible. If you are using a wheeled mobility device, the sidewalks and paved parking lots can be used to traverse the campus. A section of parking spots will be reserved for accessible parking between 3026 and 3000 Airport Ave. (see the map on the brochure for location). Vehicles must have a government-issued accessible parking license plate, placard, hangtag or
sticker. The entrance between 3026 and 3000 Airport Ave. will also serve as a drop-off location. A parking attendant will be staffing the lot.
For assistance with accessibility accommodations, contact the Cultural Affairs Division at least one week prior to the event at 310-458-8350; TTY 310-458-8696; or smarts@smgov.net.



Last updated: 3/3/2016
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“Pursuing Green Office Certification”

To assist in the efforts of creating a sustainable city, Cultural Affairs not only recognizes the importance of incorporating the City’s sustainable design in its projects, but also values its role in creating a healthy work environment for staff that supports the City’s sustainability policies and models sustainable best practices for the office place.

Cultural Affairs is continuously working towards implementing sustainable practices that will provide staff with a greener and healthier workplace. We have implemented simple practices such as purchasing supplies that will have less impact on the environment, using less-toxic cleaning products, reducing waste, practicing water efficiency, and promoting green commuting by ride-sharing, walking and providing staff with a Bike@Work bicycle.

 Cultural Affairs' Green Office Certification is modeled after the Santa Monica Green Business Certification Program, a free program that provides sustainability consultation services to businesses that operate in Santa Monica.