The 46th Boston Mills Artfest is a nationally recognized fine art and craft show featuring the talents of artists who travel across the country to show their work. The show takes place on two consecutive weekends in the scenic Cuyahoga Valley National Park, between Cleveland and Akron. Artfest features a variety of mediums and styles including ceramics, paintings, glass, sculpture, jewelry, wearable and non wearable fibers, leather, wood, metal, furniture, and more. All artwork on display is for sale. Each weekend features completely different artists and music, however both weekends include a food area offering sandwiches, salads and beverages.
A special Preview Party is held on the evening before each of the two Artfest weekends. The Preview Party is your first chance to view and buy the works on display. Your Preview Party ticket purchase includes beverages, food, and live music for the evening. Preview Parties are limited to Guests age 21 & over.
Join us on April 23 for Columbus Furniture Makers Showcase at Strongwater Gallery Space in 400 W Rich.
Our board curated a selection of beautiful work from the local, creative and crafty furniture makers of Ohio. All levels of furnishings from interior home decor to retail development will be on display at the CFMS 2017 exhibition. Visitors will get a chance to view and purchase the works of many talented local furniture makers in this event.
Doors will open at 12pm. There will be food, coffee and a bar.
Our mission is to provide a better platform to showcase local talent and craft to the public. Industry professionals and all furniture enthusiasts are welcome.
A juried selection of Columbus College of Art & Design's top alumni and students sell their wares at this must-see event. Proceeds from the art go directly to the artists.
Saturday, April 1, 2017
First Look: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
General Admission: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Loann Crane Center for Design (at the corner of Cleveland Avenue and Gay Street)
Parking is free. Tickets are available at the door. First Look costs $20; General Admission costs $5. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit CCAD student programming.