You’re invited to the 43rd annual Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction. This year’s iconic event includes in-person and online opportunities to engage with the artwork and support the Clinic’s mission.

For more than 40 years, Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction has been an iconic community tradition in Los Angeles, harnessing the power of the local, national and international art community to advance greater health equity. Since its inception, Venice Art Walk has raised more than $23 million to provide vital health care to people from across Los Angeles County who might otherwise not have a medical home. We’ve reimagined this year’s event to incorporate both in-person and online ways to engage with the artworks and support the Clinic’s mission.

IN-PERSON: Visit our first-ever Venice Art Walk Gallery

From April 15-May 1, the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction Art Walk Gallery at Santa Monica Place will be open daily from 12-6 p.m. All are welcome to visit and view more than 200 artworks donated by established, mid-career and emerging artists, such as Gary Baseman, Andrea Bowers, Rosson Crow, FriendsWithYou, Todd Gray, Lauren Greenfield, KAWS, Ed Ruscha, Analia Saban, Zoe Walsh, Brenna Youngblood and many more. Stay tuned for details and a complete schedule of events.

View all of our 2022 participating artists and the invitation to this year’s event.

ONLINE: Bid on artworks at Artsy and Nifty Gateway

Also from April 15-May 1, art lovers and Clinic supporters can bid on the works on view at the Venice Art Walk Gallery at

And we are having our first-ever NFT auction! Hosted by Nifty Gateway, the auction will feature new works by Tomaso Albertini, Bryan Brinkman, Nina Hawkins, Parin Heidari, Mieke Marple and more. Drop date and details coming soon.

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About Venice Family Clinic: 

  • Vision:  To improve the health of people and communities through accessible, quality care.
  • Mission: To provide quality primary health care to people in need.

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