Stanley Arts Festival 2019

Local artists, kid activities, live music, and more!

Get ready! The 2019 Stanley Arts Festival produced by CherryArts is happening this weekend with free activities and gallery showings beginning at 10:00 AM on September 7.

Where: Stanley Marketplace | get directions
When: September 7-8 | 10:00 AM – 7:00PM, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Admission: Free!

Man hangs out at booth at Stanley Arts Festival.

Discover the works of nearly 100 national juried artists whose creations are bursting with creativity. Artist at the Stanley Arts Festival will exhibit in 14 different disciplines of art including ceramics, mixed media, digital media, photography, metalworks, jewelry, drawing, painting, and even an emerging artist program. Explore the entire list of artists here.

Many of the artists exhibiting are Colorado-based, learn more about Aurora artist exhibiting:

Shara Oliman
Mixed Media Artist
Aurora, Colorado
Shara creates art through upcycling. Using small scraps of magazines, Shara’s artwork reflects beautiful places and the natural world. Shara’s art also incorporates other mediums including, watercolor paint. You can enjoy her pieces at both #30.

Kids and parents paint at Stanley Arts Festival.

Stanley Arts Festival is for the whole family to enjoy! Bring along the kids to discover this year’s Creation Station. There are games and artistic activities designed to engage the mind of the youngest of artists! Enjoy and instrument petting zoo, spinning marker art, collaborative mural, paper bag owls, open studio, and face painting. All activities at the Creation Station are free and open to the public.

Tents set up outside for Stanley Arts Festival.

Stanley Arts Festival showcases some of the best artists in and around Colorado. Enjoy a meet and greet with artists while uncovering a world of creativity. Stick around for scheduled live music and dance performances throughout the weekend. View the stage schedule online. Stanley is also home to great local eats if you decide to pick up something to eat while you're there.

Plan your visit by learning more on the Stanley Arts Festival website here.