I suggest getting an early start – say 9 a.m. – early enough to get downtown parking. I’m a fan of the Beaver Garage (200 W.… Read the rest
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Just as the Sidewalk Sale and Exhibition route is transformed to a living and breathing gallery, Hiester Street becomes a little bit of Italy during Arts Festival.
For the 11th year, Italian Street Painting comes to State College, turning a typical downtown street into a large canvas for talented artists of all ages.… Read the rest
Regular Arts Festival-goers expect to see fine paintings, jewelry, pottery, photographs and other “traditional” art along the Sidewalk Sale. They see the beauty of performance art through the many shows by talented bands, dancers, and storytellers.
But what about the art of books?
It’s an unassuming wooden shed-like structure on the corner of East Beaver Avenue and South Allen Street. It’s easy to overlook it amid the throngs of people, stages, and white artists booths. But this little hut shouldn’t be missed.
The little gray building I’m talking about is home to the Arts Festival Silent Auction – a collection of items donated by Sidewalk Sale artists.The Silent Auction always features a fantastic mix of pieces, media, and opening bids so there truly is something for everyone.… Read the rest
A true sign that it’s almost Arts Fest time: Festival Buttons are now available!
The 2010 Arts Festival button provides wearers with general admission to selected performances and shows support for this terrific regional arts event. Show your button at these performances, and we’re ready to entertain you on a first-come, first-seated basis.… Read the rest
The Arts Festival kicks off, in a manner of speaking, in just a couple weeks with Images 2010 and a reception to celebrate its opening from 5:30 – 7:00 pm on Friday, June 11 at the HUB/Robeson Center’s Robeson Gallery on Penn State’s University Park campus.
Not familiar with Images?… Read the rest
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