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Diverse group of artists selected for Fourth Annual Everett Community Art Walk

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  Integral Arts Everett is proud to announce that artists have been chosen to be featured in the upcoming Everett Community Art Walk from October 1–November 5, 2022. “We received a stunning array of applications across many visual art forms, and we are truly inspired by the level of artistry, hard work, and talent among our applicants. We couldn’t be more well-pleased to showcase their work,” said Integral Arts Everett Founder/Board President & DirectorKaryn Alzayer.

  With organizations across the city ready to host over 40 artworks, the Everett Community Art Walk is poised to present an engaging art adventure. At the same time, the Art Walk will be showcasing local artists and boosting traffic to local businesses. Artwork will be sprinkled across the city in local businesses and community organizations. Visitors will be invited to explore the city to discover them all. This scavenger hunt exhibit will be free, open to the public and suitable for all ages.

  The Everett Community Art Walk will feature the work of 25 artists from local cities, including Everett, Malden and Medford. Participating artists are Karyn Alzayer, Nicayla Arzola, Salma Belguedari, Martha Chason-Sokol, Carina Flores-Sucuqui, Joanna Garren, Eleanor Gayhart, Evelyn Gayhart, Sioux Gerow, Jay Guananka, Linda T. Hurd, Yana Lapaix, Kien Lau, Lou Lim, Komal Markan, Karen McCune-Barca, Joyce Menna, Jackie Miller, Sarah Morrison, Tina M. Oliveri, Crystal Phan, Diana Sola Chacon, Liya Tedla, Rosene Wine and Betania Zelalem. The Everett Community Art Walk will be on display from October 1 through November 5. See Integral Arts Everett’s website at insegralartseverett.org for more information.

  The Everett Community Art Walk is supported in part by a grant from the Everett Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

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