The Lakeview East Festival of the Arts showcases more than 150 juried artists featuring paintings, sculpture, photography, furniture, jewelry and more. These original pieces are for sale in a wide range of price ranges. In addition to the art, the Festival has become a center of activity for the weekend with live demonstrations, entertainment stages, family activities and a garden oasis.
Cottonwood Art Festival is located in Richardson, Texas, just seconds from Dallas, where artists exhibit their work among towering oaks with lakeside beauty. This award winning event has been ranked one of the best fine art festivals in the nation and continues to uphold its extraordinary reputation as a first rate show.
Uptown is a crossroads that connects the energy of the city and the calm of the lakes. It’s a destination that combines shopping and dining with nature and lifestyle. Centered around Calhoun Square at Lake Street and Hennepin Avenue, Uptown blends the sophisticated, the scenic and the stylish into a decidedly urban environment—a perfect potpourri of places to go and people to see
Join us for the 58th Annual Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff presented by Krasl Art Center. Experience the talent of 200 artists from across the United States while enjoying the view and breezes of Lake Michigan and the charm and hospitality of St. Joseph, Michigan
Downtown Pittsburgh has been home to the Festival since 1960. The Festival footprint is comprised of three main locations, which span about one mile:
Point State Park: Known around the world for its iconic fountain at the confluence of Pittsburgh’s famed three rivers – the Allegheny, Ohio, and Monongahela – Point State Park is a gorgeous and must-see destination even before it becomes home to some of the Festival’s major attractions each June.
Cultural District: A project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, non-profit producer of the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, the Cultural District is home to Pittsburgh’s dynamic art and entertainment scene and serves as a national model for urban redevelopment through the arts with world-class theaters, cutting-edge art galleries, restaurants galore, and more.
Gateway Center: Picturesque and nestled between Point State Park and the 14-block Cultural District, Gateway Center features plazas with a sparkling fountain, towering trees, and breezy walkways amid four prominent office buildings in addition to being a gathering point for the Festival’s Artist Market, Second Stage, and more.
This would be the 53rd Annual Edina Art Festival.
The Edina Art Fair has grown to 250,000 visitors throughout the 3-day weekend, while displaying 280 artists diverse collection of art, entertainment, kids zone, craft beer gardens, gourmet food and more.
The Edina Art Fair is the first art fair of the summer and is rated one of the top 50 art festivals in the nation. The fair is held annually in the streets of 50th & France.
Set against the backdrop of the Illinois Old State Capitol building, art lovers find the Springfield Old Capitol Art Fair to be the jewel of the Midwest. This tradition of fine art has brought artists and shoppers from across the country flocking to downtown Springfield’s two-day outdoor art gallery for over 50 years.
The St. James Court Art Show, colloquially called the St. James Art Fair, or just St. James, is a popular free public outdoor annual arts and crafts show held since 1957 in the Old Louisvilleneighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, in the St. James-Belgravia Historic District.