Shoreline Arts Festival has a sunny day at its new location at the college

Sunday, June 30, 2019

Photos by Steven H. Robinson

The Shoreline Arts Festival had a bright, sunny day at its new location at Shoreline Community College 16101 Greenwood Ave N.

A variety of hands-on art opportunities

The Festival made full use of the spacious facilities at the College with booths of all kinds spread out in a parking lot, a whole row of multicultural rooms, a room just for the Art from the Attic sale, not to mention food trucks and a lot of art activities for children.

The theatre had live dance performances from many cultures.

The Showmobile had a full schedule of performers

The Showmobile was set up and had a full schedule of performances throughout the day.

The festival continues on Sunday, from 10am to 5pm. The festival is free and there is free parking at the college.

For more information, visit the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council’s Festival website.

Some of the culture rooms

There was more room for the multinational culture rooms.

Hua Zhang, left, demonstrated Chinese brush stroke art in the Chinese culture room.

Central America was represented with a Panamanian display.

Residents donated art to be sold at the Art from the Attic room. All proceeds go to support the work of the Shoreline Arts Council.

Dennis Ashbrook and David Endicott from the Music4Life organization were ready to accept donations of musical instruments which will be refurbished and given to Shoreline Schools for the use of children whose families cannot afford to rent an instrument. This program has given the opportunity to participate in music programs for many students.

And, of course, there was art for sale in the juried art exhibit.


Anonymous,  June 30, 2019 at 11:51 AM  

New location. Great. Now how about a new format. The arts and crafts fair has been done to death. How about something more neighborly like a county fair. Prizes, ribbons, eclectic categories!

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