Mark your 2018 calendars!
For a very, special 20th Anniversary
Festival of Fine Craft at WheatonArts
October 6 & 7, 2018
10 am to 5 pm, both days (rain or shine)
Veteran artists, as well as artists never before seen at the Festival, display their unique creations in a beautiful scenic setting. From inspired paintings, decorative ceramics, and novel jewelry, to innovative wood sculptures and vibrant wearables, the festival offers something exciting for everyone.
A Variety of Artist Demonstrations
Visit the WheatonArts Travelling Volunteer Glassblowers outdoors, and discover the arts of jewelry making, silk painting, spinning and weaving, chair caning, woodturning, wheel-thrown pottery, broom making and more.
The Folklife Center will be Open from 12 pm to 5 pm.
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$9.00 Senior Adults (62+)
Children 5 + under are free
FESTIVAL SPECIAL! Ticket good for both days with a “Tomorrow Pass” which is available upon request.
Please note: Only service animals are allowed on the grounds.
The Festival of Fine Craft offers two days of an art and shopping experience for the entire family and features over 150 artists and craftspeople that will present and sell traditional and contemporary works.
WheatonArts Annual Glass Pumpkin Patch
Glass pumpkins of all shapes, sizes, and colors will be available for purchase outside the Glass Studio in a special pumpkin patch.
COLLABORATE + CREATE: ART MAKING EXPERIENCES
Join us in a collaborative creating experience at the Festival of Fine Crafts.
Use motion and gravity to create a collaborative painting with friends and family! Three pendulum stations will be available. Choose your paint colors and your station and begin swinging to create an expressive painting.
Build a Creature: Printmaking
Taking inspiration from the Surrealist drawing and writing game (Exquisite Corpse) and Frankenstein’s Monster, we invite you to create collaborative prints with friends and family. Visit three stations of screens (head, torso, and legs) and learn to pull prints while creating your very own monster.
Create a mosaic rock (or a collection) that can be used as an element in a larger installation. An assortment of mosaic elements, such as pottery shards and glass globs will be available to adorn your rock. Our staff will grout your rock once your mosaic composition is complete.
Protect your fall crops or decorate your home with this family-favorite, a handmade scarecrow! Choose an outfit from an assortment of shirts and pants or bring your own outfit to stuff with straw.
Play games or create works of art using sidewalk chalk!
Glass Pumpkin Blowing in the Glass Studio
Pottery & Flameworking in the Ceramics & Flameworking Studios
Ken Leap in the Stained Glass Studio
Intaglio etching with Maryann Cannon of CopperPlate Studio Booth 12
Woodcarving with Art Parkin & Hop Edwards Booth 18
Broom-making with The Jersey Jerry Broomsquire Booth 20
Throwing on the wheel with CCC’s Clay College & Club Mud Booth 24b
Weaving with Pauletta Berger of Handwovens by Pauletta Booth 37
Cut coin jewelry making with Allan Feinberg of Art in Coin Booth 55
Chair caning with Doug Starry of Starry’s Woodshop Booth 81
Woodturning with Thomas Cambria Booth 83
Metal Mold-making with James Sharpless of Holly City Art Glass Booth 85
Spinning & weaving with the Third Star Fiber Artists Guild Booth 200
Musical Entertainment by Package Goods Orchestra both days from noon to 4 p.m.
For more information call 856-825-6800, E-mail: email@example.com
(*2017 Permit #48065)