MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The St. Paul Art Crawl is back again this weekend.

The St. Paul Art Collective has been putting this event on since 1991. It features more than 300 artists at 28 buildings, and around 20,000 people check it out each year.

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The free crawl is mainly concentrated in Lowertown, but events can be found in other neighborhoods as well.

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“The one thing Lowertown especially has is all of these artist lofts, and so it’s a really great opportunity for people to come down to see how these artists are actually working in their studios, living in their studios,” Art Crawl Director Jill Osiecki said.

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The event runs through Sunday. Click here for more information.