2014 Edmonds Arts Festival
Frances Anderson Cultural Center • 700 Main Street
Friday and Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. • Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
On Father’s Day Weekend, please join over 50,000 art-lovers from Edmonds and beyond who will attend the popular free, three-day Edmonds Arts Festival. One of the Pacific Northwest’s oldest and largest arts festivals, we offer a rich array of visual and performing arts and art events in a stunning natural setting.
The Festival Artist Booths showcases the work of nearly 240 carefully selected artist exhibitors, offering oils, watercolors, pastels, drawings, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber arts, jewelry, glass, metal, pottery/ceramics, toys, collectibles, and furniture.
The Festival truly has something for everyone, with performing arts, children’s activities, musicians, and storytellers. A beer and wine garden offers a respite from shopping. Festival logo clothing and specialty items are available at the Festival Store.
The Juried Galleries offer a showcase of art by more than 450 top local and national artists. Cash awards are presented in seven categories: paintings, prints, drawings, photography, artisans’ works, sculpture, and miniatures. All art is for sale.
An exceptional juried Student Art Exhibit unveils the captivating pure expressions of gifted young artists of tomorrow from kindergarten through twelfth grades.
In our fifty-seventh year, the Edmonds Arts Festival is a 100% volunteer-run and supported event. Proceeds from the Festival benefit the visual arts in local schools, public art, and university level scholarships through the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation.
As we plan for the next Edmonds Arts Festival, we are delighted to offer rewarding opportunities to sponsor and volunteer in one of the premier arts events in the Pacific Northwest.
The Town of Edmonds, Washington
It’s no secret why this Festival is such a success, given our appealing location. Edmonds is a quaint, charming waterfront town that is a favorite day-trip destination spot. Breathtaking views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains perfectly complement the beauty of the arts we showcase. Just a 15-mile drive north of Seattle, Edmonds is far enough away from population centers to feel like a “get-away,” and close enough to attract tens of thousands of visitors and art-lovers from greater King and Snohomish counties and beyond.