An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating until December 15, 2022
Thursday, June 16, 2022 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST
White Street from Southard Street to United Street
Fancy a Thursday-evening art stroll along historic White Street? Join us for Walk On White on the third Thursday of every month!
Enjoy exhibition opening receptions, open artist studios, pottery-throwing demos, locally-made art, special events & complimentary libations as local galleries, studios & art-loving businesses open their doors for this special night.
Walk On White begins at the Historic Armory at 600 White Street, corner of Southard Street, and makes its way down to United Street - or in the opposite direction if this takes your fancy. Along this half-mile stretch you’ll find well-known galleries, discover artists’ studios, explore specialty stores & there are many global eateries to graze at along the way.
From its early beginnings in 1998, as an annual ‘Holiday Walk On White’, it soon evolved into a monthly event to promote local galleries & celebrate the arts. Walk On White helped establish this area of Key West as the ‘White Street Arts District’.
Participating Galleries & Studios
Stone Soup Gallery, 802 White St Harrison Gallery, 825 White St, Susan Sugar Gallery, 1114 White St, Native Materials, 610 White St , Shade & Shutter, 1102 White St , Bone Island Graphics, 1120 White St , Coffee Mill Dance Studio, 804 White St, Rebecca Clarke, 610 White St
Many fine businesses along White Street participate in Walk on White.
Blown Away Hair Studio, 1104 White St Big Ass Flooring, 1100 White St Historic Key West Vacation Rentals, 1119 White St
The Armory at 600 White St is home to 12 artist studios on the 2nd floor & has a large performance & gallery space that houses The Fringe Theater in its main hall downstairs. It’s on the National Register of Historic Places & was the birth place of The Studios of Key West.
Studio Nº 1 - Emma J Starr, photomaker
Studio Nº 2 - Wonder Dog Studios, Marky Pierson & Co
Studio Nº 3 - Marky Pierson Films, Marky Pierson & Co
Studio Nº 4 - Ben Pegg
Studio Nº 5 - Leigh Hooten, costumes, textiles, illustration
Studio Nº 6 - Elle Fernandez
Studio Nº 7 - Victoria Mata, painter
Studio Nº 8 - Ben Pegg, musician
Studio Nº 9 - Florence Nebbout, photographer
Studio Nº 10 - Willie Alsedek & Allise Blackman, multimedia
Studio Nº 11 - Eric Haley, painter
Studio Nº 12 - Lauren McAloon, sculptor
While you are gallery hopping, look out for these impressive & historic landmarks. Please be respectful of noise outside private homes.
Military Burial Grounds, 600 block of White St, 19th century hallowed site
Elizabeth Bishop Home, 624 White St (private residence)
John ‘Pappa Jack’ Willlams c1880, 820 White St, now the Palms Hotel
The Cold’s Milk Farm c1850, 823 White St (private residence), Oldest house on White St
Giant Kapok trees, Harvey Gov. Center, Cnr White & Truman Ave
After feeding your soul with everything ART you’ll find a handful of niche, international eateries to feed your belly.
Pierogi Market Place, 1008 White St, Polish
Key West Cakes, 1014 White St (closes 7pm)
Oasis, 1019 White St, Mediterranean
Mayanjali, 1114 White St, Organic cafe
Sandy’s Cafe, 1026 White St, Cuban
Fausto’s, 1105 White St (closes 8pm)
Mo’s, 1116 White St, Creole
The Local Butcher & Market, 1202 White St, Boutique butcher shop and market