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Art on the Town

Join us for Art on the Town 

October 12th     Noon to 6:30pm

Closing Concert from 5-6:30pm with The Reserve featuring Javier Mendoza

Gallery Crawl begins at 6:30pm

Marilynne Bradley to Receive Webster Groves Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award!

Join us for a reception on Friday, October 11


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Art on the Town is an annual gathering of St. Louis artists, performers and musicians in the heart of downtown Webster Groves. Beginning at noon on October 12, experience the talent of over 40 artists and 50+ performers, stroll through charming local shops and galleries, and enjoy a closing concert at 5pm with The Reserve – featuring Javier Mendoza.  See, hear, buy and create art.   Don’t miss one of Webster’s most beloved fall events for all ages!


View the full Art on the Town Schedule

Map out your day with this year’s list of arts activities and musical performances




Get to know our artists

Meet our exceptional group of painters, sculptors, photographers, and illustrators- just to name a few!





Browse through the activity and performance listings

From shopping to dancing, there’s something for everyone

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Check out this year’s participating merchants

Come see how Webster merchants get in on the arts


Explore and find your way

Conveniently located in Webster Groves, Missouri, and near two major highways (I-44 and I-64/US-40), Art on the Town is easy to find. Below, we have included some information, which will assist you in traveling to and navigating around Art on the Town and Webster Groves.


Detailed Directional Map
From eastbound or westbound I-44, use Exit 280-Elm Ave.
NOTE for 2012: If using exit 282-Laclede Station/Murdoch, please note the road closure, for bridge construction, on Murdoch Ave at I-44. Follow detours or alternate routes to reach Art on the Town.

From east or westbound I-64/US-40, use Exit 33-Big Bend Blvd. Then turn south.


Art on the Town is pleased to be part of the American Art Experience- St. Louis, a 17 day celebration of the arts beginning October 4. View the full calendar at artmadefreshdaily.com.