Summer's Outdoor Festivals: Where's The Music, Arts, Food, Beer And Wine? - Hartford Courant
All camps meet at the Yale Peabody Museum in New Haven. . Mystic Seaport Summer Camps and Programs - Mystic Seaport offers a number of . Day Camp programming runs Monday-Friday from 7am to 6pm. .. which showcases emerging and established, regional, and national artists and artisans. The 45th Annual Meet the Artists & Artisans will be held in the Apple Orchard at Olde Mistick Village. Tickets are on sale now online at Mystic Luxury Cinemas!. Website of Denise Morris Curt and homepage of Meet The Artists And Artisans. 46th Summer Show 10am - 6pm Sat. & Sun. ~. Aug. 31st, Press Links. The Westerly Sun | Mystic River Press, video of the Labor Day Show Schedule.
July 14 to 16, on the Guilford green. Friday noon to 9 p. Wide selection of handmade crafts by artists, as well as craft demos, a silent auction, live music, a family art tent, and food, beer and wine. July 15, Lyman Orchards, Middlefield. Come blueberry picking we'll also have raspberries and jostaberriesplus family-oriented activities at the Apple Barrel including pony rides and face painting. Music on the Apple Barrel deck and sweet berry treats including fresh-made ice cream and hot food from the outdoor grill.
July 15, Niantic's Main Street. A celebration by the sea, filled with food, fun and activities for the whole family. Advertisement Green River Festival: Music, local food, beer and wine, handmade craft fair, family games and activities. Friday, 5 to 11 p. Westport Fine Arts Festival: July 15 and 16, Main Street in Westport. Scores of artists working in painting, watercolor, photography, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, glass, ceramics, jewelry, wood and digital art. The festival takes place rain or shine, from 10 a.
Free admission and parking. Route 63Goshen. Tastings of Connecticut wines from 16 local wineries, samples of locally produced specialty foods, live music and craft displays. Food available for purchase.
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Live Grape Stomp happens Sunday from 2 to 3 p. The festival runs from noon to 6 p. Beer sampling from more than 20 breweries, home brew contest, lift rides, keg toss, live music, craft and vendor village and food for purchase. Noon to 9 p. Saturday; noon to 6 p. Old Lyme Midsummer Festival: Open air market, artisan fair, outdoor concerts, author talks, sidewalk sales.
Shakespeare Academy at Stratford: July 29 through Aug. July 30, Walnut Beach, Milford. Bring a picnic, your beach blanket, pails and shovels, and create anything from huge lobsters to mermaids. Awards, trophies and ribbons to be awarded in various categories. Midway with rides, food vendors, craft vendors, potato sack races, corn shucking contests, tractor pulls and a classic car show. Music, fireworks and more.
Caribbean cuisine and beverages, costumes and dance, island rhythms and entertainment and children's activities. Hours are 1 to 11 p. Saturday noon to midnight, Sunday Connecticut wines, fine foods and music. Tours and wine seminars available. Additional charge for food.
Noon to 7 p. Saturday, noon to 6 p. Mystic Outdoor Art Festival: More than artists working in all media, children's art park, food. Advertisement Milford Oyster Festival: Shellfish festival in its 43rd year features 35, oysters and clams from the East Coast Shellfish Growers Association. Food for purchase, craft beer garden, oyster shucking and eating competitions, children's entertainment, schooner cruises and live music by Blackberry Smoke, Artimus Pyle Band and DizzyFish.
Dragon boat races and Asian festival with cultural performances, kids' activities and Asian food vendors. Hours are 8 a. A day picking peaches in the country with music, food and bushels of outdoor activities for all ages. Enjoy delicious peach treats at the Apple Barrel; go peach and blueberry picking in the orchards; visit the Apple Barrel for cider doughnuts, treats at the outdoor grill and lots of fresh-baked pies.
Pony rides, fun family activities, face-painting for children and more. The festival opens Friday at 5 p. Balloon glows from dusk to just before the fireworks.
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On Saturday the festival opens at 6 a. Sunday opens with the final balloon launch at 6 a. Except during balloon launches, there is no public parking, at the park. Handicapped and motorcycle parking is permitted. Buses run from all three locations throughout the festival.
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Artists, poets, dancers, musicians and performers. Friday through Sunday, noon to 10 p. Intimate brewfest with percent of proceeds to benefit the Smith-Magenis Syndrome Research Foundation. Food for purchase from food trucks. Ticket sales dates to be announced. The festival runs from 1 to 5 p. Gates open at 10 a. Live music, food booths, barbecue vendors, demos, crafts and competitions. And oysters, lots and lots of oysters.
Connecticut Folk Festival and Green Expo: The Artists Registry is designed to showcase local artists along the Southern coast in every area of the arts: The art community recognizes the importance of preserving for posterity the work of local artists and artisans who so essentially reflect the nuances of our time and culture.
Please join by filling out the registration form! Teaching Artists Project Local artists are encouraged to sign up as part of a network an artist database that will be shared between the Museum, the Mobile Arts Council, and the Alabama Contemporary Art Center. The goal is to make it easier to provide eager artists with jobs - including teaching, public art creation, professional workshops, and more. Find out what you need to sign up through the TAP checklist.
If you want to sign up, click here. Site specific artwork will be given the highest priority with the potential to: No UA or football themed proposals will be accepted. Artist proposals are due March 1stand are to include all proposed costs, such as materials, installation, artist fees, etc.
Summer's Outdoor Festivals: Where's The Music, Arts, Food, Beer And Wine?
Artists will be asked to develop a line itemized budget as part of the proposal submission. Sculpture for Hudson-Poole Fine Jewelers Hudson-Poole Fine Jewelers, a privately-owned local business, in conjunction with the Arts and Humanities Council of Tuscaloosa is seeking an already completed work of public sculpture for a two-year lease to be installed in front of the store location at Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Alabama The lease will run from March through March of All artists over the age of 18 are eligible to submit a proposal.
There is no cost to submit a proposal. Submission are due February 1st, They are currently accepting artists to display their works, as well as renting out their space for events, classes, and more. Their intent is to provide works of beauty and aesthetic power in areas of the church where people gather; to provide an outreach to the community by inviting them to display or view local art works; and to provide an opportunity for people in the community to become familiar with Redeemer and the Episcopal Church.
View the exhibition information and agreement for more information! New Dauphin Island Gallery - Art Does It Art Does It ADI is an Alabama non-profit with a Federal c 3 charitable status, and a Board of Trustees—consisting of artists, business professionals, grant writers, and legal minds— formed in light of the recent need for a permanent artist exhibition space on Dauphin Island.
ADI and the artists wish to call the former DI welcome center its home and to operate an artist co-op there. Visit their website to get involved with the gallery! Thursday Markets at Alabama Hues Beginning Thursday May 10th, local arts and crafts vendors will join us in a monthly sip and shop night.
Come out and peruse their work, see vintage and antique vendors with special sales, door prizes, food trucks and more! They have a newly renovated space upstairs in the Student Center featuring a hanging system over an exposed brick wall. Exhibitions can stay hung for at least 2 months, and the faculty will host a free reception for selected artists. If you are interested in painting a permanent art panel for the garden, volunteering with maintaining the garden, or in being the featured ArtWalk Artist of the Month in the upcoming months, email lgafford mobilearts.
Join the facebook page and instagram group today. Paint rocks and hide them in places around Mobile and Baldwin counties so that others will find them. You can post hints of where to find your rocks or post pictures of you and the rocks you find.
It's a fun, easy, and cheap way to add some smiles and share artistic abilities. Blues Company in a market style format.
They will have live music and beer tastings. The space would be first come, first serve in terms of where to set up. If you want more information, email events odalysirishpub.
They are looking for local artists to setup up their work in the mall for free! Artists cannot sell their artwork on site in the mall, but they can network, pass out cards, arrange to take orders, etc. Artwork must be family-friendly. Bringing your own setup is preferred, but some tables and chairs may be available. Interested artists need to email thomas. Local vendors set up to sell arts, crafts, jewelry, clothing, desserts, bath products and more!
Call for Member Artists: Email is portcityaftsmen yahoo. Creative Artistic Treasures Studio. Need art in all media, with cats meow as the subject matter. Call Sherry Polansky at for an appointment. If you are interested in joining, visit the group's Facebook page. Members can take part in annual juried and open exhibitions, a bi-monthly sales gallery, the Art and About Program, open studios, and the gift shop and receive discounts on classes and workshops.
ESAC puts on two annual outdoor art festivals, features five galleries with shows that rotate monthly, and presents gallery talks, forums and more that are open to the public. To download an exhibit proposal, visit ESAC online. For more details, email Adrienne Falls. Call for Artists and Artisans: We are currently at capacity for this year's events and will not be opening applications for next year's Spring markets until early With over members, MAA provides numerous opportunities to network with and learn from fellow artists.
MAA provides a variety of venues and opportunities for members to show their work, including: Visit MAA's website for details and applications. Shows focus on work by students, emerging artists, artists not represented in a gallery, or established artists moving in a new direction e. The offices feature three exhibition spaces: Exhibitions are usually displayed from the first Monday of the month through the last Friday. For details on submitting a proposal or on any other aspects of an exhibitioncontact Lucy Gafford.
A make-your-own-short-film challenge where participants receive guidelines that are specific to each challenge, and a short time period to complete and submit a short film. Mobile Bay Film Scramble began in and has offered film challenges a year ever since. The next sign up is scheduled for January 11th.
Find out more on how to get involved on their website!