Featuring 60 to 70 artists in all media, the 33rd Annual Westminster Festival of Fine Art will take place Oct. 8-11, 2020. Combining the efforts of numerous volunteers both from the church and the community, we continue to celebrate our creative gifts.
The public is invited to join us for all events. The cost for
Breakfast with the Arts is $7.00. All other events are FREE.
Tickets are available in the church office.
33rd ANNUAL WESTMINSTER FESTIVAL OF FINE ART
OCTOBER 8-11, 2020
2020 FEATURED ARTIST:
TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!
CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 7PM-9PM
Artist Reception (open to public)
Music by Gail Gage Jazz
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 10AM – 5PM
Open Gallery and Artist Demonstrations
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10
9:00am – 10:00am, Breakfast with the Arts
With Guest Speaker to be announced
10:00am – 5:00pm, Open Gallery and Artist Demonstrations
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 9AM – Noon
CALL FOR ENTRIES!!!
The Westminster Festival of Fine Art is a well-established Fine Art Show, respected by artists and the community.
The 33rd Annual Festival will be held October 8-11, 2020
In our ongoing commitment to provide both the public and the artists with a quality Festival, artists are requested to submit examples of their work to be juried and considered for the exhibit. In this way we provide a professionally balanced display. Based upon the jurors' selections, 60 to 70 artists will be extended an invitation to exhibit.
THE "CALL TO ARTISTS" WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MID-TO-LATE MARCH, 2020
Questions? Email Sheila Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Artists: If you would like show information emailed or sent by postal mail, please send your mailing and/or email address to email@example.com Festival
If you would like to be an Art Festival volunteer, contact Sheila by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
ART FESTIVAL MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Westminster Fine Arts Festival is to honor the creativity of our Lord by ministering through varied art media, exhibiting the work of emerging and established artists, and promoting brotherhood between the Westminster congregation and the community.