Each fall and spring, artists working in St. Paul open their doors for a variety of special receptions, parties, open studios, hands-on fun, and demonstrations. Some are working in artists’ lofts, others own galleries, and a few are creating pop-up spaces. While the bulk of happenings will take place in Lowertown, there will be things to explore and discover citywide, including hot spots in downtown, along West Seventh Street, on the East and West Sides, and along Raymond Avenue. Highlights include “We Are Still Here,” a collection of works by Indigenous artists spanning generations of families in Minnesota and Wisconsin at the Schmidt Artist Lofts on West Seventh Street. The Union Depot will host 25 artists during the crawl; pieces include photography, paintings, and leatherwork. Others venues worth checking out: the Tilsner Artist Lofts, the Rossmor Building, the Minnesota Museum of American Art, the George Latimer Central Library (stop here for fun kids’ activities), and TPT, which will be offering tours throughout the weekend. Head to www.saintpaulartcrawl.org for a complete list of locations and schedules, and be sure to download free ride passes with Metro Transit.