We are only a few weeks away from the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival 2015. The juried fine arts festival in Central Mississippi is your best bet to enjoy a sampling of elevated art forms from all over the country, and the world!
The Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival (RFAF) was even named a Top 20 event by the Southeastern Tourism Society and among the Top 100 Art Fairs in the U.S. by the Art Fair Sourcebook for two years straight! Now let’s talk about more reasons why you should attend this year…
On Saturday and Sunday, April 18th and 19th, the arts will be on display in Ridgeland – visual, cultural, culinary, and musical. Really, you’ll find every medium of art available: clay, drawing and pastels, fiber, glass, jewelry, 2D mixed media, 3D mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and wood. You’ll be able to view and purchase work available from over 80 artists at this fun (and free!) outdoor festival.
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For a full list of all of the talented artists that’ll show off their works at this year’s festival, click here.
The Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival is held annually at the beautiful Renaissance at Colony Park, a lifestyle center masterpiece for shopping, dining and entertainment inspired by the old-world beauty and grace of European and Mediterranean architecture. The outdoor festival atmosphere allows patrons to mingle with artists and talk with them about their influences, media and methods.
Ridgeland Tourism Commission created the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival to provide an opportunity for people from across the Southeast to purchase some of the finest artwork created in the U.S today, as well as enjoy a multitude of other festival activities such as the Children’s Creative Crafts Corner, student art gallery, live music and more!
Beautiful art like you’ve seen here will be available from 10 am – 7 pm on Saturday, April 18 and from 11am – 5 pm on Sunday, April 19.