St George's hosted its first ever Summer Art Walk on Saturday from 4pm to 10pm. *Photos by Sarah Lagan
St George's hosted its first ever Summer Art Walk on Saturday from 4pm to 10pm. *Photos by Sarah Lagan
A steady flow of people passed through St George’s yesterday for the first ever Summer Art Walk in the East.

While the event suffered a little fromcompeting with the Highland Games, there were plenty of people to bring a festive atmosphere to the old town.

In its favour, the event coincided with the opening of the Bermuda National Gallery’s St George's satellite location where photographer James Cooper held his solo show.

 Those who didn’t attend missed a sunny-filled day packed with vibrant creativity.

Chewstick provided the musical backdrop from King’s Square which included performances by Quinn Outerbridge, Haz, Gavin Smith and the young members of poetry group ChewSlam.

Musical entertainment was also enjoyed along Water Street from inside Triton Tattoos with live music by duo Banshee.

The St George’s Events Committee should be happy with a successful and enjoyable event.