Auburn Arts in the Park5/18/2013
The Auburn Arts Commission is looking for artists, entertainers, actors and volunteers to join the fun!
AUBURN, Calif. - The Auburn Arts Commission is planning to celebrate the arts in a big way this May and is looking for help from the local community.
On May 18th, the second annual Auburn Arts in the Park is coming to the beautiful School Park Preserve in downtown Auburn.
This one-day visual and performing arts festival features artists selling their work, musical and dance performances, strolling musicians, actors portraying famous artists, art demonstrations, art-related activities for children, and food, wine, and beer.
The Arts Commission is reaching out to artists in Auburn and the surrounding areas. For $30, participating artists will receive a 10'x10' outdoor exhibit area to showcase and sell their work.
Joyce Silva, Arts Commission member and event chair, said: "This is a homegrown event. We want the entire community to turn out and share in the fun. Last year, we had twenty-five artists and several art groups exhibiting and over eight hundred visitors. This year will be bigger and better. We need artists, entertainers, actors and volunteers to make the event a success."
For more information regarding the festival or if you are interested in participating, visit AuburnArtsInThePark.info or email email@example.com.
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