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  • Art Attack Az Promotions hosts a fabulous Art & Craft Festival 6346 North Oracle Tucson, Az 85704 (southeast corner Orange Grove & Oracle) January 26-28, 2018 & March 16-18, 2018 10-5 This highly visible active center faces Oracle. (Bed Bath Beyond, TJ Max Baggins etc) The white tents attract both Tucson and Oro Valley locals and winter visitors. While shopping at your booth they enjoy easy parking, live music and food. Categories are limited to balance the show. Apply early.
  • In the heart of western Palm Beach County, Florida sits this unique village of Wellington. During the paradise like weather winter months from January through May, this small geographic area attracts Kings, Princes, international celebrities and just plain old mega billionaires like Bill Gates. That's because Wellington is an International Polo and Equestrian mecca, where the best horses and riders in the world appear to compete. The Wellington Art Society presents ARTFEST on the Green in the heart of this vibrant, affluent community where the patrons and clientele are ardent admires and buyers of art.
  • Join us January 27 & 28 for the 9th annual Hot Works Boca Raton Fine Art Show, located in downtown Boca on Sanborn Square Park. Voted top 100 art fairs in the nation, this juried fine art and fine craft show showcases top-notch quality artists from around the globe to sell their original and personally handmade artwork in all disciplines. There is something for everyone – with in all price ranges. Saturday and Sunday, from 10am-5pm daily. As part of our commitment to bring art education to the community, students in grades K-8 will be exhibiting their original art at the Youth Art Competition. There will be $250 in youth art awards sponsored by our 501c(3)’s non-profit arm, Institute for the Arts & Education Inc. Expect great food by local area restaurants and wonderful local entertainment. More info at http://hotworks.org/bocaratonfineartshow/ . See Art, Love Art, Buy Art – see you there!
  • Come join us for a fun day of shopping, browsing and chili - chili - chili. Red, white. Hot, mild, in between! 8 local chili makers compete for 'the spoon' trophy! Try each one and vote on your favorites. Hot Dogs and BBQ will also be available. Shop wonderful local vendors from both small businesses and hand made crafts. Participate in the Silent Auction for chances to win one of many great prizes donated for the cause. **We will be collecting non-perishable foods for the food pantry!! SNOW DATE: FEB 17
  • This FREE sidewalk festival is held the First Friday of every month, and is both family and pet friendly. Over 70 local artisans of all genres will display their art while guests shop and stroll through the heart of downtown Baldwin Park. Also featured are many Central Florida based small businesses and non-profit organizations with products and offerings ranging from health and fitness, to beauty and fashion, as well as community service opportunities.
  • This nationally ranked fine arts festival attracts 285 artists from all over the world. The fine arts are displayed throughout the downtown village attracting thousands of visitors. Call Mount Dora Center for the Arts
  • February 3-4, 2018 Ahwatukee Spring Festival. 5031 E. Elliot, Ahwatukee, Az 85044, 10-5 This highly visible festival is on a well traveled road right off the freeway, adjacent to upper class neighborhoods and two popular hotels. There is easy access for seasonal & year around residents and tourists. All vendors were happy with their sales in December. Customers were excited and wanted us to return. Limited space, apply early as categories fill up quickly. go to www.artattackaz.com for the application and more show details or email artattackaz@gmail.com
  • Once again — for the 17th year —ArtFest Fort Myers created a three-day art extravaganza the first weekend of February. 85,000 residents and visitors enjoyed exceptional art by top-notch artists from across the country and around the world. Every year close to 900 artists apply. A jury of professional artists, curators and academics choose only 200 artists to exhibit, bringing you the best-of-the-best. That’s why ArtFest Fort Myers is the premier art festival in Southwest Florida – and ranks nationally among the top 100 art festivals. Everyone “sees” the festival as it fills the downtown Fort Myers riverfront. But I’d like to take you behind the scenes — and let you know why we’re so passionate about creating ArtFest Fort Myers. The anwer is simple: Art Matters. Supporting the arts defines the kind of community in which we wish to live and raise our children. • Art builds community and brings people together. • Art improves our quality of life, transforming and personalizing the places where we live and work. • Artists bring creative thinking to community challenges and solutions. • Arts organization leaders act as catalysts for learning, discovery, and achievement. • Art encourages people to ask questions and even begin conversations with total strangers, whom they may not otherwise meet. • Art inspires people to think about life in new ways. Art Matters in a special way for children. After all, art encourages children to dream … to imagine … to expand the way they see the world. That’s why we’re devoted to making sure every child has a chance to enjoy art as part of a complete education. What’s more, a study by Americans for the Arts found that young people who participate in the arts are: • Four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement • Three times more likely to be elected to class office within their schools • Four times more likely to participate in a math or science fair • Three times more likely to be awarded for school attendance • Twice as likely to read for pleasure Throughout the years ArtFest Fort Myers has supported art education year-round in countless ways, reaching more than 50,000 students in Lee County. Art Under 20 (the high school exhibit & competition) and Chalk Block (the high school street painting competition) are core aspects of art education at the art festival. Year-round after-school Art Clubs; Visiting Artist programs and Art Supply Grants have provided elementary and middle school students and at-risk-youth with the opportunity to experience art projects otherwise unavailable to them. Art Matters for our economy, too. In a world where return-on-investment is important to so many decisions, we like to say “Give To The Arts – They Give Back.” Local businesses benefit from ArtFest Fort Myers in a big way. Downtown restaurants and retailers report “it is the best weekend of the year for us.” Creating the art festival’s infrastructure for 85,000 attendees provides business for local golf cart and radio rentals, port-a-let and equipment suppliers, IT support, food and beverage providers, parking lot company, security services, lighting designers, graphic designer and commercial printer, entertainers, and many other local businesses. More broadly, Lee County’s non-profit arts organizations created 2,038 full-time jobs and $68 million in economic activity in 2010. (Numbers for 2016 will be available soon.) The kind of community we want … growth for our children … economic benefits … well, I hope you see why we’re so dedicated to bringing ArtFest to the Fort Myers waterfront each and every year. It does take dedication — it’s a huge project! Truly, it takes a community to create ArtFest Fort Myers. Our community includes our supportive sponsors, year-round efforts by a dedicated staff & board, a 55-member Volunteer Steering Committee, 450 enthusiastic festival-weekend volunteers, 200 incredible artists and 85,000 art-loving attendees. We thank each and every one of you for your support. And we at ArtFest Fort Myers give back to our community. We provide free space for other Lee County art organizations to showcase their programs, as well as a Youth Stage for young performing artists to gain performance experience and showcase their organizations. We engage in on-going strategic thinking and planning with other arts organizations and public art intiatives to enhance our community. In other words, we walk our talk. We ask ourselves what we ask everyone: How do YOU give to the arts, so the arts can give back? Art Matters. I hope you’ll continue the conversation with us or the art organization of your choice, as we all use the arts to create the kind of community we can all love for years to come.
  • February 10-11, 2018 Chandler Arts & Crafts Festival - 4955 S. Alma School Road Chandler, Az 85248 10am-5pm The Promenade @ Fulton Ranch lifestyle center features high end specialty retail - located at the corner of Chandler Heights Rd & Alma School Rd. We are across the street from a busy active center & have visibility with our white tents. Join us for a unique mix of artists. Categories are limited to ensure we have a well balanced show. www.artattackaz.com for application and more information
  • Tanque Verde Art Festival, 7025 E Tanque Verde, Tucson, Az 85715 10am-5pm This highly visible property is located at the intersection of Tanque Verde and Sabino Canyon. Your art will be seen by thousands of potential customers. On this property is a Comfort Inn Suites which gives us built in guests who are excited to attend an art show. Categories are limited to balance the show. Apply early.