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Art Walk America (AWA) app is launching July 4, 2016

It has been reported that more than 25 million Americans attend thousands of art walks, gallery openings, and other arts events every year and now there is a new app designed specifically to meet their needs and enrich their experiences. Launching July 4, 2016, Art Walk America (AWA) will be available in both an ad-supported free and a $1.99 version. The initial version of the AWA app will feature 8-10 major cities across the United States, with a wider focus planned in stages throughout the third and fourth quarters of 2016.  In a nutshell, it has been described as follows:

New App to Feature Curated and Member-Submitted Content and Reviews; Ad-Free Paid Version to Offer “Concierge Services” With Live Walking Map, B&B and Restaurant Booking, Guided Tours, Curator Talks, and Premier Gallery Openings.

For more on the Art Walk America app, go to https://youtu.be/IJ720rYaOyo.

The primary appeal of AWA is simple: A user-friendly way to search, find and make the most of art-related events, including art walks, gallery showings, and other culinary, fine arts, music, and fashion events. AWA will feature live streaming video from art walk events, as well as AWA user submitted photographs, reports, and reviews. The ad-supported Web site and free app will feature events searchable by city and personal location, as well as dates, times, maps, gallery information, and other content. The $1.99 version will be ad free and offer such enhanced features as live, step-by-step maps, a “concierge service” (restaurants, B&Bs, parking), special gallery tours, talks by artists, access to special events, and other premium features.

Follow Art Walk America on Twitter at @LaunchAWA and

Facebook at www.facebook.com/ArtWalksAmerica/.


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