This weekend: ArtFest of Scottsdale

Join us at ArtFest of Scottsdale, this Saturday and Sunday.

From Left to Right: M. McKee, S. Johnson, T. Doskova, A. Robinson and P. Counts

The annual ArtFest of Scottsdale is one of the valley’s most popular holiday traditions. Downtown Scottsdale features over 175 artists from across the country where you can find that one of a kind gift just in time for the holidays. Visitors will enjoy fine art, fine crafts, local authors, live music throughout the festival, and taste tempting foods in a beautiful sculpture garden setting. Other amenities include hands on kids activities, Scottsdale Art Museum, great restaurants, plenty of close parking and unique shops. Now in the eighteenth season the ArtFest™ of Scottsdale is known for cutting edge contemporary art.  Parking and Admission are FREE to the general public.

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Getting ready for ArtFest of Scottsdale…

We would like to thank everyone who participated in or attended the ArtFest of Fifth Avenue.

Now, we are turning our attention to the ArtFest of Scottsdale. Soon we will be posting an Online Artist Program. Until then, please enjoy a preview of our featured artists.

From Left to Right: M. McKee, S. Johnson, T. Doskova, A. Robinson and P. Counts

This weekend: ArtFest of Fifth Ave

Join us at ArtFest of Fifth Ave, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

From Left to Right: S. Porter, M. & J. Axton-Giddings, M. Burg, R. Maseman, and M. Breithaupt

Frank Maguire & Associates is proud to announce our return to the unique shopping district of 5th Ave, Scottsdale.  Over 70 select artists will participate in this three-day festival held the weekend of Friday, October 21, Saturday, October 22, and Sunday, October 23, 2011, from 10 AM to 5 PM each day.  ArtFest of 5th Avenue will be held in the Arts District of downtown Scottsdale, featuring galleries, fountains, and picturesque storefronts featuring Fine Art and contemporary entertainment. Parking and Admission are FREE to the general public.

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