A Sneak Peak of What to Expect at the CherryArts Festival
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A Sneak Peak of What to Expect at the CherryArts Festival

September 10, 2017

A weekend with nearly 100 exhibiting artists, live entertainment, and creativity is happening September 15-17 at the Stanley Marketplace in Aurora. The annual CherryArts Festival at Stanley, produced by the Cherry Creeks Arts Festival, is showcasing some of the best artists in Colorado and beyond. Here’s what you can expect:

An Aesthetic to Fit Any Taste

The festival is packed with everything when it comes to exhibiting artist. Festival-goers can engage with any of the 13 different media categories. From drawing and ceramics to jewelry and printmaking, there are plenty of projects to view. Other categories include photography, mixed media, glass, and more. Of the dozens of artists to be featured at the festival, 44 of them are Colorado-based. You’ll see stunning jewelry pieces by Denver’s Lisa Ben-Zeev and the excellent photography of Aurora’s own Armando Pedroso.

Creative Station for the Kids

Kids will be able to capture their inner artist at the Creative Station, otherwise known as the art playground. Fun for the whole family, the Creative Station is equipped with lots of art activities. In years past, plenty of kids and their families were able to enjoy a painting a collaborative mural, designing watercolor postcards, and even making their own masks.

Art Brunch with a Good Cause

What’s a Sunday without brunch? New this year, the Cherry Creeks Arts Festival is hosting an “Art Bruch” from 10:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 17. Geared for the whole family to enjoy, it will include culinary favorites, mimosas, live music and an interactive take-home art activity for the kids to enjoy. All proceeds will go towards supporting art education. Jump on this one quick, tickets can be purchased here for adults and kids 7 years-old and up.

One-of-a-kind Mobile Art Gallery

When it’s not at the festival, the Mobile Art Gallery tours around Colorado’s schools, public libraries, and community centers engaging students across the state. It’s designed to offer kids and adults with an introduction to the visual arts while showcasing original pieces. The gallery features local artists, many of whom will be exhibiting additional pieces at the festival.

During the month of September, the Stanley Marketplace is the place to be! From trendy boutiques to award-winning restaurants, families and friends will have plenty of things to do while checking out some of the best art Colorado has to offer. Check out other upcoming events here.