St. George Art Festival, Utah


St. George Art Festival

Every March for nearly thirty years artists and aesthetes celebrate the creative splendors found in and around St. George, Utah. Though the event was initially created to celebrate the talents of local artists and artisans, the Art Festival now receives hundreds applications from all over the western half of the United States. Read More

  • Watercolor and oil painters, sculptors, photographers, wood-workers
  • Held in early April
  • A 2 day festival in historic downtown St George

Overview: St. George Art Festival is an outdoor event held in the springtime, when temperatures are still mild and comfortable. Watercolor and oil painters, sculptors, photographers, wood-workers, and other artists display their creations in their own individually customizable booth. Artists are selected by a panel of experts from twelve of the most western U.S. states. Selection is competitive as the number of applicants grows each year.

When: March 30th-31st, 2018

Where: The New Town Square

Fees: Costs may vary

Details: In addition to the spectacular visual works on display, music also plays an integral part to the Art Festival's milieu. Almost every genre is represented, including bluegrass, western, barbershop quartet, and wandering minstrels. Elegant dancers dazzle spectators with their grace and agility, while children enjoy face-painting, games, and hands-on projects. Don't forget the world-class cuisine that's available—including ethnic fare such as Native American, Greek, and Polynesian.

The St. George Art Festival is held along historic Main Street, downtown.

Find more details on their website.

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