Digital Graffiti 2012 Photos

It was a wet weekend in SoWal but the Digital Graffiti crew perservered and pulled of an amazing two-night event. It poured rain on Friday and Saturday afternoons but held off both nights. The glistening streets and walkways reflected the mesmerizing art projected on to the walls of Alys Beach. The party at Caliza Pool on Saturday night was sizzling! Stay tuned for SoWal video coming up.

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach Expands to Two Nights June 8th & 9th, 2012

You have to see it to believe it. That means you need to visit Alys Beach on June 8th and 9th, 2012 for a feast for your senses in a beautiful setting. Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach is one of our favorite events, and If you haven't been to this SoWal.com-sponsored event you've got to go. It's very unique. It's the world's first projection art festival, with artists from all over the globe projecting their original works onto the town's white walls. Every year there are new surprises.

Come "Back to Grayton Beach" on May 9th & 10th for ArtsQuest

Did you know that ArtsQuest began 24 years ago in Grayton Beach?  It was known then as the Grayton Beach Fine Arts Festival, and it lived in Grayton Beach for seven years. On the 20th anniversary of ArtsQuest, the Cultural Arts Alliance (CAA) decided to start a tradition of having a reunion event, bringing friends of the Festival, old and new, back to Grayton during ArtsQuest. This year, there are two opportunities to get together, reminisce, hear great music and storytelling, eat delicious food and just enjoy the laid-back, funky vibe of historic Grayton Beach.   

Route 30A Car Show Photos and Video

Every spring classic cars line the park in downtown Rosemary Beach along Scenic Route 30A for fun and awards. This year's show was on an especially nice day with blue skies, puffy clouds, green grass, shiny paint and hot chrome. Local resident Alan Riehl won the People's Choice Award with his lovingly restored International Scout II. He bought the hulk for $3,500 and with his buddy spent about 250 Saturdays working on it. After the show he drove out on to the sands of Grayton Beach of course.

A First Look at the 2012 Artsquest Poster and Artist Robin Wiesneth

Miramar beach resident Robin Wiesneth's acrylic painting titled "Elvis Flies for K9 Air" was selected from among 200 submitted images to represent the 2012 ArtsQuest Fine Arts and Music Festival. Produced by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA), the 24th annual event will be held over Mother's Day Weekend, May 11-13, and features activities for the entire family in downtown Seaside. Wiesneth's artwork will be featured on posters, t-shirts, and other marketing pieces promoting the event.


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