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 38th Annual Arts in the Park Festivals 
Thank you to Camille Day for this beautiful festival painting!
 

 2014 Spring Arts in the Park

Memorial Day Weekend

Saturday, May 24 & 

Sunday, May 25, 2014 

 

Deadline for Entry: 02-21-2014

 

10 am to 5 pm each day

Downtown City Park

Blue Ridge, Georgia

 

Admission:  Adults $5

                     Children Free

Admission includes entrance for both days

 

2014 Fall Arts in the Park

Saturday, October 11 & 

Sunday, October 12, 2014

 

Deadline for Entry:  07-03-2014

 

10 am to 5 pm each day

Downtown City Park

Blue Ridge, Georgia

 

Admission:  Adults $5

                     Children Free

Admission includes entrance for both days

 

 

ARTIST INFO:

 

 2014 Spring Artist Application

 

2014 Fall Artist Application

 

 

FOOD VENDOR INFO:

 

2014 Spring Food Application

 

2014 Fall Food Application

 

 

 

NON PROFIT INFO:

 

2014 Spring NonProfit Application

 

2014 Fall NonProfit Application

 

 

For more information, contact:

Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association

706.632.2144

blueridgearts.programming@gmail.com

 

For area & lodging information,

contact our sponsor:

Fannin County Chamber of Commerce

Toll Free:  800.899.6867

Local:       706.632.5680

www.blueridgemountains.com

 

Offering special lodging rates

during Spring & Fall Festivals:

Comfort Inn & Suites

Toll Free:  888.23.7776

Local:      706.946.3333

www.comfortinnofblueridge.com

 

For 38 years, the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association and Art Center, a non-profit arts council, has provided a unique art experience through our art festivals in the Downtown City Park of Blue Ridge, Georgia.
 
Whether your travel plans are in the spring or in the fall, these art festivals are fun for the whole family. Located at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, these events draw in excess of 18,000 attendees. With over 185 fine arts, crafts and food booths, these festivals have something for everyone. There are always activities for the children, along with special events for the big kids.

Blue Ridge, Georgia is one of the top art destinations in the country and features a unique shopping experience in its downtown shops and galleries.  Enjoy the Blue Ridge Community Theater, the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, the Swan Drive-In Theater, and an environment that includes pristine National Forests to hike, bike, tube, swim, hunt, fish, or just celebrate art and nature. Did we mention Fannin County is the Trout Capital of Georgia?


Make your plans now to spend Memorial Day Weekend and the Second Weekend in October enjoying art and nature in our North Georgia Mountain Art Town, Blue Ridge, Georgia.

 

For more information, contact:

Lisa Tyler

Festival and Programming Coordinator @

Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association

706.632.2144

blueridgearts.programming@gmail.com

   

 

 
Thank you to Marsha Hamby Savage for the above artwork! 
 
 
 
 
Thank you to our Sponsor of the Spring and Fall
Arts in the Park Festivals!  
 

 


 


Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association

and Art Center

420 West Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Phone: 706.632.2144
Fax: 706.632.7785

www.blueridgearts.net

blueridgearts@gmail.com

Gallery Hours:
10am - 6pm

Tuesday - Sunday
Closed Monday

 

 

 

Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association (The Art Center) is a 501c3 nonprofit arts council for the mountains of North Georgia, East Tennessee, and Western North Carolina. © 2011-2013 Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, www.blueridgearts.net. All rights reserved. Last modified January 2013.