ArtWalksCLT is a community engagement tool that connects you to local public artworks and artists. Each free self-guided artwalk provides specific location, artist info, story, key art terms and an opportunity to make a connection to an artwork. From art gazing in Charlotte's neighborhoods to wandering down alleys and peeking around corners, each artwalk is an adventure full of discovery.
Creator and founder, Anne Wise Low teaches art appreciation and believes in the ability of art to transform our lives. With a background in museum work, public art project administration, and consulting, she is passionate about making the arts accessible to everyone.
We love working with community partners. ArtWalks CLT has worked with the Arts & Science Council, AVO Insights, Brand the Moth, Charlotte is Creative, Charlotte Center City Partners, Civic By Design, Disability Rights & Resources, Imaginon: The Joe and Joan Martin Center, Metrolina Association for the Blind, MoRA, and South End. Please reach out if you would like to work with us on a project.
If you are interested in a guided tour, please send us an email. Yes, we do corporate tours, community group tours, and can design a tour specifically based on the interests of your group.
We have 20 unique artwalks and trails on the site now. We are in the process of looking for funding to do additional artwalks. Reach out if you have ideas.
Yes. All of the sites are easy to find, free, and accessible to the public. Some may be in a lobby of a building and have business hours but are public.
We love finding out abut cool new art. Please send us an email or DM in Instagram.
Media segment on ArtWalks, 9/18/2020
Media segment on South End Interactive, an ArtWalks CLT project, 1/7/2021
Media segment on our Art is for Everyone ArtWalk for low-to-no vision persons, 2/17/2023
Article on ArtWalks CLT from Charlotte Observer
Press Release for recent event with Arts and Science Council
Recent article on how to interact with Charlotte’s art scene.
Press Release for Little Sugar Creek Greenway Public Art Bike Tour
Mention of Uptown ArtWalks
WFAE article on the Patchwork project with MoRA and the East Side Art Trail, 9/9/2020