That's a wrap: Another memorable Shoreline Arts Festival

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Photos courtesy Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council would like to give a big thank you to everyone who came out to take pART in the 29th Annual Shoreline Arts Festival at our NEW LOCATION at Shoreline Community College.

Performers on the main stage, inside

It was an incredible turnout of local art and talented artists from around the northwest.

Girl discovers joy of hammering
making a birdhouse with Irons Bros.

In addition to all of the unique artwork, there were plenty of highlights, including performances at the Main Stage and Community Stage, Hands-on Art for kids (and adults!), enlightening Cultural Room exhibits, aerial performances on Sunday by The Cabiri, delicious food and beverages in the Food Truck Food Court, and of course the 50+ Artist Marketplace!

There were performers on the outdoor stage

We also lucked out with the weather this year!

This extraordinary celebration of our community’s dedication to creativity is made possible year after year by a wonderfully passionate group of festival committee members, volunteers, staff, sponsors, donors, and members, for whom the Arts Council is immensely and forever grateful.

The Cabiri troupe performed

In addition to all of these amazing groups and people, we also must give a big thank you to the Shoreline Community College for hosting the festival this year. We are deeply appreciative of all their hard work and commitment to making this a special event for the community. Thank you to all of you!

Madeleine wins an award

Did you have a blast at the festival? Please consider contributing to the Arts Council to help keep this keystone community event alive and thriving. It just takes a moment to donate or become an Arts Council Member, and your support goes a long way towards continuing the festival and developing other important Arts Council programs and events.

Africa cultural room

We’re already looking forward to the next Shoreline Arts Festival in 2020!

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.


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