Downtown Culture Walk – Center for Italian Modern Art

Janice K. Johnson


October 29, 2022, 12:00 PM – 06:00 PM

General Admission: Free (suggested donation: $10) – No reservation required

As a member of the SoHo Arts Network (SAN), CIMA is pleased to present its Fall 2022 program: Downtown Culture Walk, a self-guided walking tour highlighting the non-profit art spaces in SoHo and surrounding neighborhoods. SAN seeks to further growth of the arts through collaborative public programs set to explore the neighborhoods’ rich cultural histories.

On October 29, members of SAN will open their doors from 12 to 6pm for Downtown Culture Walk, inviting participants to discover and enjoy our creative community. Walkthroughs, open hours, and other programming will be offered throughout the day for free or reduced admission.

Participating SAN members include apexart; CIMA – Center for Italian Modern Art; Grey Art Gallery, New York University; Judd Foundation; Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art; The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation; Soho Photo Gallery; Swiss Institute; The Drawing Center, and The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation.

More information, including a map of all participating organizations and programming schedule, is available HERE.

Art in America is the media partner for Downtown Culture Walk.

About the SoHo Arts Network

The SoHo Arts Network (SAN) is a working network of non-profit art spaces in and around SoHo. Founded in 2014 by a small group of non-profit arts organizations, the network celebrates the rich history of our unique creative community and collectively shares our distinct cultural contributions with neighborhoods residents and visitors.

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