Treat Yourself to Local Flavor and National Art from 100 Juried Artists at the Stanley Arts Festival, produced by CherryArts, September 7 and 8
Stanley Arts Festival, produced by CherryArts, takes place at Stanley Marketplace (2501 Dallas St., Aurora, CO 80010) on September 7 and 8, featuring 100 national juried artists, live entertainment, children’s creation station activities and interactive art installations.
The artists will exhibit in 13 disciplines of art, including ceramics, mixed media, digital art, photography, metalworks and drawing. Forty-nine of the artists are Colorado based and 34 are new to the Festival. A list of all artists can be found here http://stanleyartsfestival.org/exhibiting-artists/.
“Offering a variety of artwork from some incredible artists, Stanley Arts Festival provides an opportunity for the new or seasoned art lover to experience and purchase art,” said Tara Brickell, CherryArts executive director and CEO. “This intimate, approachable and community-driven setting is the perfect venue for first-time art buyers to acquire a unique artwork while engaging in an interactive experience.”
Stanley Arts Festival produced by CherryArts, September 7 & 8, 2019
• FREE Admission Saturday & Sunday
• National art & local flavor
• Family activities, interactive art installations, live entertainment
• Produced by the Cherry Creek Arts Festival; proceeds benefit CherryArts, whose 501c3 non-profit mission provides access to art and supports art education year-round
Saturday, September 7th: 10am – 7pm
Sunday, September 8th: 10am – 5pm
Stanley Marketplace is a former aviation building that has been transformed into a food-centric, community inspired hub on the border of Aurora and Stapleton. Stanley includes a beer hall, multiple restaurants, a fitness center and yoga studio, office space, an events center, and numerous retail options.
Located on the border of Aurora & Stapleton
2501 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO (MAP)
Please note the event MAIN ENTRANCE is located at the southwest corner of the Stanley Marketplace.
Walking is best! Take the sidewalk from the Stapleton neighborhood to the north at Clinton Street and E. 26th Avenue
Car: There is some FREE PARKING at Stanley Marketplace, as well as an overflow parking lot at Montview Plaza (9435 E. Montview Blvd.). Street parking surrounding the marketplace is available, as well.
Bike: Go green, ride your bike to the Festival and park at Stanley Marketplace.
Questions? Hello@cherryarts.org or call (303) 355-2787