Restaurants, galleries and businesses in the downtown Reno Arts District are bustling every first Thursday because of Art Walk Reno.

Every first Thursday of the month from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., join us and see the works of local and regional artists on display in venues within the Arts District, between Liberty Street and Second Street, and Virginia Street and Arlington Avenue.

The guided Art Walk officially begins at 6 p.m. at West Street Market, 148 West Street in downtown Reno.

Each month, the pavilion will be open for local artist to come and set up their wares. Painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, glass, photography and more will be available for the public to purchase. Come early to meet the artists and learn . There will be food and drink specials from participating businesses along the way.

“It was tremendously exciting last month to see people from all parts of Reno enjoying emerging artists and each other’s company at stop after stop,” said Eric Brooks, art walk curator. “This month will prove to be even more exciting, with so much new art to discover.”

A portion of all proceeds from Art Walk Reno will be donated to non-profit groups focused on art, education, and community.

Art Walk Reno is a community program of Art Spot Reno, the main portal for accessing information about what’s happening in Reno, Nevada’s dynamic arts scene.


Featured Artist for March, Victoria Velazquez. Nonprofit Partner: Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful.


Featured Artist for April, Asa Kennedy. Nonprofit Partner: Reno Art Works.


Featured Artist for May,  Jessica White. Nonprofit Partner: Our Center


Featured Artist for June, Pete Paulos. Nonprofit Partner: Urban Roots.


Featured Artist for July, Carole Ann Ricketts. Nonprofit Partner: The Newton Learning Center.


Featured Artist for August, Quynh H. Tran. Nonprofit Partner: Flick Ranch Project.

September Art Walk is suspended for That Thing in the Desert.


Featured Artist for October, Kelly Ogilvie. Nonprofit Partner: Su Casa Latina,


Featured Artist for November, Natasha Stanton. Nonprofit Partner: RISE.


Featured Artist for December, Zoe Murkovich. Nonprofit Partner: Reno Little Theater.