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The harvest of the delicious raspberry crop during August brings tourists from all across the U.S. and the world to sample these succulent treats. Come to Garden City to join in the festivities with craft booths, parade, rodeo and fireworks. Treat yourself to a famous Bear Lake raspberry shake all summer long!
Set on the shady lawn of the historic Logan Tabernacle on Father's Day weekend, Summerfest offers fine art, great food and entertainment to it's visitors as well as quality entertainment with headliner concerts each evening. Local and regional visitors will have the opportunity to purchase fine art and gifts at great prices, and a delightful variety of food, snacks and drinks. All vendors are carefully selected for quality and variety and visitors will not be disappointed.
We are returning to Union Station for OAF 2019! The Ogden Arts Festival is a community driven, grassroots event located at the historical Ogden Union Station. This year, artists booths will be located inside outside of the venue. All booths will be open for 2 days. The Art Festival hours are noon to 9pm on Saturday and noon to 6pm on Sunday, electricity being provided for lighting the booths at night. Acoustic music, shorts film festival, wandering performers, dancers, interactive poetry, art demonstrations, kids ARTivities, and the plein air competition complete the festival experience. Artist’s amenities include, booth sitters, water service, and lounge.
In 2016 the Ogden Arts Festival transitioned manangement to the Nurture the Creative Mind Foundation and is a fundraiser for this organization allowing for continued support for arts all year long. For more information about the Nurture the Creative Mind Foundation please visit their facebook page www.facebook.com/NurturetheCreativeMind
The St. George Art Festival began 37 years ago, showcasing the many artists who call St. George their home. Since then it has expanded to include over 110 artists juried from hundreds of entries from throughout the United States. Festival goers enjoy thousands of original works of art, live entertainment on two stages, a vibrant children's area, and foods of all kinds. Over 30,000 residents and visitors from around the West converge in the beautiful town of St. George on Easter weekend, one of the busiest travel weekends of the year. The festival is set in the beautiful Town Square with its carousel, fountains and water features, flower gardens, and historic buildings. The Art Festival is known for consistently outstanding artwork, and treating artists as special guests. The St. George Art Festival is produced by the City of St. George Leisure Services Department.
The St. George Art Festival will be located in its entirety in the Historic Town Square. All booths will be located on grass with either a north or south exposure. Town Square is located in the center of the historic district in St. George. The park has multiple water features including a splash pad and a waterfall / river, a collection of bronze statuary, and the St. George Carousel.
The Community Nursing Services (CNS) annual fundraising event, Art & Soup supports the CNS Charitable Care Program which provides charitable home health and hospice care to thousands of uninsured and underinsured low-income Utahns across the state.
Artists are selected from a variety of mediums including oil, watercolor, mixed media, glass, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and more. Participating artists donate 30% of their sales to the CNS Charitable Care Program.
Now in its 49th year, the Park City Kimball Arts Festival is not only one of the top ranked art festivals in the country, it’s also the Kimball Art Center’s largest fundraiser. This three-day event allows us to continue, and further, our mission of providing arts access, education, engagement and experience to everyone, all year long.
Your Arts Fest admission ticket provides:
- Scholarships for low-income children to participate in art classes and camps.
- Art education and curriculum in public schools.
- After-school art programs in area elementary schools.
- Hands-on instruction for teenagers dedicated to the study and practice of the visual arts.
- Cross curriculum lesson plans integrating art into core subjects.
- Access to free and thought-provoking exhibitions in our gallery.
This year, we received 995 artist applications — a new record! Of those applications, 225 artists were selected via a blind jury and invited to participate. Invited artists come from 34 states and Canada. Our interactive map offers a complete list of artists and their locations along historic Main Street.
“We’re showcasing the most talented artists in their respective fields to bring to our annual Arts Festival and raised the bar on programs like Taste of Art and Festival After Dark. As the largest three-day event in Park City during the summer, we work year-round to come up with innovative ways to create a multi-sensory experience for all of our patrons,” noted Robin Marrouche, Kimball Art Center’s Executive Director.
The Art Association’s Art Fairs are quintessential Jackson summer events. These outdoor fairs feature local and national artists selling fine art and craft including ceramics, paintings, furniture, photography, and much more. Live music, food vendors, youth activities, and artists demos add to the extended weekend activities at Miller Park. All proceeds benefit our art education and outreach programs.
WHITEFISH ARTS FESTIVAL
This year will be the 39th annual Whitefish Arts Festival. It is an event that has become a highlight for many over the 4th of July weekend and is sponsored by Whitefish Christian Academy. An annual favorite throughout the Northwest, the Whitefish Arts Festival maintains a long tradition of high quality arts and fine crafts. Whitefish is a picturesque village nestled in the Flathead Valley of Montana featuring beautiful lakes, majestic mountains and friendly folks strolling the streets during the 4th of July weekend.
Artists from across the country are represented in the Whitefish Arts Festival. Metal sculptures, paintings and photography, woodworking, pottery, jewelry, clothing, and home decorations are just some of the featured fine arts. There is always a variety of Montana style art available. All of the art is handmade.
The 41st annual Utah Arts Festival is scheduled for June 22 – 25, 2017 at the Library Square in downtown Salt Lake City. More than 160 visual artists from across the country are juried in to participate in our Artist Marketplace. The Utah Arts Festival is the largest, outdoor multi-discipline event held in Utah. Having garnered numerous awards internationally, nationally and locally, the Festival remains one of the premiere events that kick off the summer in Utah each June. More than 80,000 patrons enjoy four days of award-winning fine arts in the Artist Marketplace, live performances on six stages, street theater, fine arts exhibition, a film program, children’s art, urban art and culinary arts.
Boise Art Museum’s Art in the Park is widely recognized as one of the premiere cultural events in the Northwest. This open-air festival, held on the weekend following Labor Day each September, provides visitors of all ages and interests with the opportunity to meet more than 200 artists and purchase their works. During the three-day event, Boise Art Museum presents a variety of contemporary arts and crafts along with an exceptional array of live entertainment, park performances, wonderful food and hands-on activities for children.
Sun Valley Center for the Art’s Annual Arts & Crafts Festival is an outdoor juried fine arts and crafts show located in beautiful Ketchum, ID. The Sun Valley Center values and honors art work made by the individual artists. No commercial agents are allowed. This popular community event also includes artist demonstrations, live music, food vendors and a kid’s activity area.