Join us for the 37th Annual Ceramic Showcase! This 3-day event showcases over 150 Oregon Potters Association members who make sculptures, wall art, and functional pottery for the home, garden, and work. You can find gift ideas for Mother's Day, birthdays, weddings, graduation, Father's Day, and don't forget yourself! ** Admission is Free **
Now in its 62nd year, the Edmonds Arts Festival has grown from a small community art fair to one of the most prestigious in the Pacific Northwest, attracting artists from across the nation and Canada. The Edmonds Arts Festival provides a unique opportunity for patrons to meet over 240 artists and purchase their work in a beautiful outdoor setting overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. In addition, the Festival offers free live entertainment, a juried gallery exhibition, a nationally-recognized juried student art exhibit, a hands-on children’s art activity area and a wonderful selection of fair food.
The Festival, an event created by Lakewood Center for the Arts, is a major regional arts event located in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Lake Oswego is located 9 miles south of Portland, Oregon. The Festival presents the creative endeavors of recognized and emerging artists and enjoys an outstanding reputation for bringing special exhibits of quality and diversity to a weekend that is accessible to everyone. Attracting some 25,000 visitors during the three days of the event, the Festival includes several art exhibits, food booths, music, and fine art and craft.
The Festival is held in the Lakewood Center for the Arts in Lake Oswego and George Rogers Park. It features multiple art exhibits, music, dance and demonstrations. The Special Exhibit is housed at Lakewood Center. Other art exhibits (Open Show, Artist's Vision, Art in Oregon, and High School Art Exhibit) are also located at Lakewood Center. Art in the Park, with more than 110 artists, is located at George Rogers Park across the street from Lakewood Center.
The Salem Art Fair & Festival returns for the 70th time July 19-21, 2019.
Not only does this event support hundreds of artists, vendors, and community organizations, it’s also a vital fundraiser for the Salem Art Association (SAA), a non-profit established in 1919. Admission prices and memorabilia purchases help fund SAA’s core programs: the Bush Barn Art Center, and Community Arts Education. SAA also operates the Bush House Museum on behalf of the City of Salem. Each year, SAA brings arts education to thousands of students in Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties; supports artists of all ages and experience levels through opportunities to create and showcase their work; connects the community to the arts through free-of-charge exhibitions and events; and provides and ever-expanding view into Salem’s heritage.
Friday, July 19 | 10 am-7 pm (Music Headliner 7:30-9 pm)
Saturday, July 20 | 10 am-7 pm (Music Headliner 7:30-9 pm)
Sunday, July 21 | 10 am-5 pm
ADMISSION (CASH ONLY)
$10 Three-Day Pass
FREE 16 & Younger
FREE for All Ages 3-5 pm Sunday
FREE with Oregon Trail Card
In its 5th decade, the Anacortes Arts Festival is the first Friday, Saturday and Sunday in August. Art in all its forms includes 275 juried Booth Artisans, 30 food vendors, 3 stages of free music, Arts at the Port fine art exhibits, working artist demonstrations, youth activities and much more. Located on Commercial Avenue in historic downtown Anacortes.
The Maude Kerns Art Center presents “Singing the Animal, Singing the Earth,” featuring the work of Eugene artists Shelly Fredenberg and Christopher St. John. The exhibit, which is a collaboration between Fredenberg and St. John, opens with a public reception on Friday, February 22, from 6 – 8 pm. “Singing the Animal, Singing the Earth” is on view through Friday, March 22.
The exhibit includes ceramic pieces and ink drawings that explore different two-dimensional and three-dimensional expressions of form made possible through the use of animal imagery. All the artwork has been created specifically for the exhibit at the Art Center. One wall is dedicated to a large drawing installation of unframed, unmounted works on paper. Both artists, who believe in the “transformative potential of art to make the world a better place,” hope with their installation “to create a beautiful site of celebration and awe that praises the quiet voices of this earth.”
November 17 & 18, 2018 • Saturday 10–6, and Sunday, 11–5
Join us for Portland Audubon’s 2018 Wild Arts Festival – the Northwest's premier show and sale of nature-related art and books. All proceeds support the conservation, environmental education and wildlife rehabilitation work of the Portland Audubon Society.
November 9th - 11th; Friday: Noon - 7PM; Saturday: 10AM - 6PM; Sunday: 10AM - 5PM.
Northwest Art Alliance presents its **30th** annual FALL show! Held in Hangar 30 at Seattle’s Magnuson Park. This fall event will feature more than 115 of the area’s best artists and artisans.
The Salem Art Fair & Festival returns for the 69th time July 20-22. Just blocks from downtown Salem you’ll find more than 200 artists, live music, theatre and dance on the Smiles Dental Stage and the Family Stage, two craft beer and wine gardens put on by Gilgamesh Brewing, more than 20 food booths, the Mountain West Kids’ Court with art activities for the whole family, the Friends of Bush Gardens Plant Sale and much more.
The Salem Art Association is the dedicated organization behind the Salem Art Fair & Festival which is both our largest annual fundraiser and the largest festival of its kind in Oregon. The Art Fair attracts more than 35,000 visitors from all over the nation and is committed to upholding the importance of fine arts and crafts by providing access to a range of artistic mediums appealing to both art appreciators and art collectors alike.
The Wild Arts Festival will be held at Montgomery Park Building in Northwest Portland on November 17 and 18, 2018 — the weekend before Thanksgiving. Over the years the Festival has become one of the premier regional art shows featuring work focused on nature in both medium and style. Our 2017 Festival set another record in attendance, artist sales and sponsorships, which raised close to $124,000 for Portland Audubon.
The Wild Arts Festival is a key fundraising event of the Audubon Society of Portland and is possible only because of the efforts of over 250 volunteers who work to produce the event and assist the artists and authors. All proceeds of the Wild Arts Festival benefit the programs of Portland Audubon.