SummerSet Arts Festival seeks makers of things to be table leaders

Monday, July 14, 2014

Margaret Hartley with Pinwheels for Peace
2013 SummerSet Festival

Community Art Festival seeks Art-Sharers

The Third Annual SummerSet Arts Festival: Celebrating Ronald Bog is seeking makers-of-things, art-lovers/sharers, and crafty people who love to make art in community to be table leaders at this year's event to be held Saturday, September 6th, 12pm-5pm.

Previous year's art table leaders included: Andy Beveroth, a preschool teacher who has twice gleefully led the Children's Art Shelter at the festival, Shoreline teacher Margaret Hartley with her Peace Pinwheels station, Knitter Sis Polin, with Hats for the Homeless project, Retiree Bob Plant with his Clay Sculpting booth, Turtle afficionados Anne and Paddy Guthrie with their turtle craft table, music student Sierra Glessner with her simple music instrument-making station.

Bob Plant with clay sculpting booth
SummerSet 2013

Along with returning artists from last year, new addition -- painter Amy Pleasant will bring “Continental Shifts” to SummerSet Arts, a table dedicated to making art about blended families.

The festival is rooted in community art-making and all are welcome to share their art regardless of education or professional status. We welcome art-makers working in non-toxic materials - paints, fibers, clays, woods, papers, etc. If you are interested, contact festival director Cynthia Knox 206-218-3302.

SummerSet Arts Festival is a free, non-commercial festival sponsored by Meridian Park Neighborhood Association, the City of Shoreline and other affiliated organizations. The event features Blue Heron Canoe Family and kw'aX'wad'ad'achi Cultural Family dancers and singers. Showcasing live music, hands-on art, labyrinth walk, earthworks sculpture, and arboretum walks.


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