Festival of the Arts Schedule of Events

June 21, 22 & 23, 2019 

10:00 AM - 9:00 PM Friday & Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday (note early closing time)
Please leave your pets at home. Service dogs are welcome

Suggested Donation: The Festival is a non-profit event created by Lakewood Center for the Arts. All events are free and open to the public (except as noted) however, a suggested donation of $5 per person/$10-20 per family is encouraged. Every donation makes a difference, contribute here. Please help continue to provide opportunities for artists. Thank you for your support!

MapsView a map of art exibits at the Lakewood building site.  View a map of George Rogers Park exhibits.

Food: There are food vendors at the Atiyeh Bros. Garden Cafe at Lakewood Center for the Arts as well as at George Rogers Park

Transportation: Parking is extremely limited. The Festival offers a complimentary shuttle system (courtesy of Mercedes Benz of Wilsonville) from designated lots. Shuttle information here. There is also a no-host bike corral at George Rogers Park. Bring your lock!

 


   Location/Time                                Event 

Friday June 21, 2019

10 AM Festival Opens  
10 - 11 AM Food Booths Open (some booths open at 10 for Breakfast, others open at 11)  
     
Lakewood Center Lower Level - Special Exhibit Gallery    
10 AM - 9 PM Special Exhibit - Origin Stories: Comics & Identity
 
12 - 1 PM Panel Discussion with Exhibit Curators  
1:30 - 2:30 PM Comics Studies at University of Oregon  
3 - 4 PM Conversation with Invited Artist Alissa Sallah  
4:30 - 5:30 PM Coloring with Kelly Fitzpatrick  
6 - 7 PM Artist talk with Featured Artist Ben Passmore  
     
Lakewood Center Main Level     
10 AM - 9 PM Artist's Vision Exhibit; Lake Oswego Arts Chronicle, K-8 Arts Literacy Exhibit, High School Exhibit  
10 AM - 9 PM Chronicle Exhibit, South Hall, Main Level, Arts Council of Lake Oswego  
     
Lakewood Center Umpqua Investments/Umpqua Private Bank Pavilion Tent    
10 AM - 9 PM Open Show exhibit  
11 AM - 12 PM Artist Demo - Garrett Ley, Drawing  
2 PM - 3 PM Music - John Bunzow, singer/songwriter  
3 PM Artist Demo - Joe Robinson, ceramics
 
4 PM - 5 PM Music - Mario Carboni, The Honky Tonk Rebel, and Norm Hamlet  
6 PM  - 7:30 PM Artists' Reception (for artists and sponsors)
 
      
Atiyeh Bros. Rugs & Wall to Wall Carpeting Garden Café    
2:30 - 3 PM Cupcake Walk  
4 - 6 PM Happy Hour with Canby Asparagus Farms  
     
George Rogers Park - Lower Park     
10 AM - 2 PM Youth Art Exploratorium  
     
George Rogers Park - The Springs Living in Lake Oswego Stage    
4 - 5:30 PM Missoula Children’s Theatre - Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs (free)  
6 - 7 PM Music - Mario Carboni, The Honky Tonk Rebel, and Norm Hamlet
 
7:30 PM Music - Sequel, classic original rock  
     
George Rogers Park - Main Park    
12 - 12:30 PM Art Bus: Air Dry Clay/ Hand-Building Class with Tumblewheel Studios  
1:30 PM - 2 PM Art Bus: Air Dry Clay/ Hand-Building Class with Tumblewheel Studios  
3 PM - 3:30 PM Art Bus: Air Dry Clay/ Hand-Building Class with Tumblewheel Studios  
5 PM - 5:30 PM Art Bus: Air Dry Clay/ Hand-Building Class with Tumblewheel Studios  
8 PM Art in the Park - Craft Booths Close   
     
Other Lake Oswego Venues    
All Day Roving Plein Air Artists from the Arts Council of L.O.  
10 AM - 3 PM Oswego Heritage House and Museum, historical and cultural history, 398 10th Street  
11 AM - 4 PM Gallery 510 exhibit of Plein Air - Arts Council of Lake Oswego, 510 1st St, Lake Oswego  
2 - 7 PM Antique Wallpaper Exhibit at the Iron Worker's Museum, 40 Wilbur St., Lake Oswego  
 All Day Signature Festival dishes honoring the Festival at these supporting restaurants: Babica Hen, The Stafford, Nola Doughnuts,  Backswing Grill, and St. Honoré Bakery  
     
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Saturday June 22, 2019

10 AM Festival Opens  
11 AM Food Booths Open (some booths open at 10 for Breakfast, others open at 11)  
     
Lakewood Center Lower Level - Special Exhibit Gallery    
10 AM - 9 PM Special Exhibit - Origin Stories: Comics & Identity
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Panel Discussion - Comics Studies at PSU  
12 PM - 1 PM Panel Discussion - Superhuman Activity in OR   
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Miss Anthology Panel & Zine Demo  
3 PM - 4 PM Featured Artist Ben Passmore Panel Discussion  
6 - 7 PM Lion Forge Editors - Comics for Everyone!  
7:30 - 8:30 PM Maia Kobabe and Gender Queer - A Memoir  
     
Lakewood Center Main Level     
10 AM - 9 PM Artist's Vision Exhibit; Lake Oswego Arts Chronicle, K-8 Arts Literacy Exhibit, High School Exhibit  
1 PM Student Artists Reception, north wing  
     
Lakewood Center Umpqua Investments/Umpqua Private Bank Pavilion Tent    
10 AM - 9 PM Open Show Exhibit  
11 - 11:40 AM Artist Demo - Elo Wobig, Painting  
11:40 AM - 12:20 PM Artist Demo - Marjan Anvari, Painting  
12 - 4 PM Kids Get Creative - Face Painting and Clay  
12:30 - 1:30 PM Music - The Dollies  
2 - 2:45 PM Music - Portland Youth Orchestra Jazz Combo  
3 - 4 PM Artist Demo - Karen Clark, Painting  
4 - 5 PM Music - Portland Youth Jazz Orchestra Funk Band  
6 - 7 PM Artist Demo - Amy Ruedinger, Drawing  
     
Atiyeh Bros. Rugs & Wall to Wall Carpeting Garden Café    
11 AM - 1 PM CHAPpy Hour - Interactive Art with CHAP  
12 - 4 PM Kids Get Creative: Face Painting & Clay  
2 - 4 PM PACT Artist Workshop with Art in Oregon  
2:30 - 3 PM Cupcake Walk  
4 - 6 PM Happy Hour with Canby Asparagus Farms  
5 - 7 PM Pastel Landscapes with One River School of Art + Design  
     
George Rogers Park - The Springs Living in Lake Oswego Stage    
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Missoula Children’s Theatre - Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs  
1 - 2 PM Music - OMHOF Scholarship Winners & 1st in State Student Performers  
2:30 - 3:30 PM Music - Yuma De Cuba
 
5 - 6 PM Music - Ruthie's Moan (Tribute to Jimmy Boyer with Members of Freak Mt. Ramblers  
6:30 - 7:30 PM Music - Little Sue  
8 - 9 PM Music - Ural Thomas & The Pain  
     
George Rogers Park - Main Park
   
12 - 12:30 PM Art Bus: Relief Printmaking Class with Tumblewheel Studios  
1:30 - 2 PM Art Bus: Relief Printmaking Class with Tumblewheel Studios  
3 - 3:30 PM Art Bus: Relief Printmaking Class with Tumblewheel Studios  
4:30 -5 PM Art Bus: Relief Printmaking Class withTumblewheel Studios  
8 PM Art in the Park - Craft Booths Close  
     
Other Lake Oswego Venues     
All Day Gallery without Walls - exhibit throughout downtown Lake Oswego  
All Day Signature Festival dishes honoring the Festival at these supporting restaurants: Babica Hen, The Stafford, Nola Doughnuts,  Backswing Grill, and St. Honoré Bakery  
     
9:00 PM Festival Closes     return to top  
     

Sunday June 23, 2019

10 AM Festival Opens  
11 AM Food Booths Open (some booths open at 10 for Breakfast, others open at 11)  
     
Lakewood Center Lower Level - Special Exhibit Gallery    
10 AM - 5 PM Special Exhibit - Origin Stories: Comics & Identity 
 
12 - 1 PM David Chelsea & 24 Hour Comics  
1:30 - 2:30 PM Conversation with Invited Artist Farel Dalrymple  
     
Lakewood Center Main Level     
10 AM - 5 PM Artist's Vision Exhibit; Lake Oswego Arts Chronicle, K-8 Arts Literacy Exhibit, High School Exhibit  
     
Lakewood Center Umpqua Investments/Umpqua Private Bank Pavilion Tent    
11 AM - 12 PM Artist Demo - Zoe Ball, media TBA  
12 - 4 PM Kids Get Creative - Face Painting and clay  
12 - 12:15 PM Music - Ethan Reed, snare drum, Oregon Music Hall of Fame finalist  
1 - 2 PM Music - Fortissimo String Quartet  
2 - 3 PM Music - Valley Catholic School Flute Choir  
3 - 4 PM Artist Demo - Amanda Wilson, Painting  
5:30 - 6 PM Art Purchaser Art Pickup  
6 - 6:30 PM Artist Art Pickup  
     
Atiyeh Bros. Rugs & Wall to Wall Carpeting Garden Café    
11:30 - 12 PM Cupcake Walk  
2 - 4 PM Youth Music Project  
3 - 5 PM Happy Hour with Canby Asparagus Farms  
     
George Rogers Park - The Springs Living in Lake Oswego Living Stage     
10 - 11:15 AM Youth Outreach Program Dance Performance  
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Music - Kenny Polson Jazz Quartet  
1 - 2 PM Music - Dan Balmer Jazz Quartet  
4 - 5 PM Music - Tony Starlight  
     
George Rogers Park - Main Park
   
12 - 12:30 PM Art Bus: Scultpure Workshop with Tumblewheel Studios  
1:30 - 2 PM Art Bus: Sculpture Workshop with Tumblewheel Studios  
3 - 3:30 PM Art Bus: Sculpture Workshop with Tumblewheel Studios  
4:30 - 5 PM Art Bus: Sculpture Workshop withTumblewheel Studios  
5 PM Art in the Park Craft Booths & Food Booths Close  
     
Other Lake Oswego Venues    
11 AM - 3 PM Antique Wallpaper Exhibit at the Iron Worker's Museum, 40 Wilbur St., Lake Oswego  
All Day Gallery without Walls - exhibit throughout downtown Lake Oswego  
All Day Signature Festival dishes honoring the Festival at these supporting restaurants: Babica Hen, The Stafford, Nola Doughnuts,  Backswing Grill, and St. Honoré Bakery  
     
5 PM Festival Closes   
5:30 PM Art Pickup for Buyers
 
6 PM Art Pickup for artists according to sequence handed out at registration  
  Note: Student artwork will be returned to the school coordinator  
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2019 Lake Oswego Festival the Arts

The Festival is an arts education activity of Lakewood Center for the Arts

Transportation: Parking is extremely limited at the Festival. The Festival offers a complimentary shuttle system from designated lots during the event. Please be courteous to our neighbors and do not obstruct home entries and driveways. Please use the shuttle!

About the Festival of the Arts: The Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts is an arts education event of the Lakewood Center for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization. It is held the weekend after Father's Day each year and attracts 22-25,000 people. Contributions to the Festival are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Our tax ID number is 93-0700108.

Mission Statement: The Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts’ primary goal is to educate by promoting, supporting, coordinating, and exhibiting the arts of the region.

Location/Support: The Festival takes place at the Lakewood Center for the Arts and George Rogers Park, both on State Street in downtown Lake Oswego, Oregon USA. It is sustained by valuable partnerships with the City of Lake Oswego, Clackamas County Tourism and Development Council, the Chamber of Commerce, the Lake Oswego Rotary Club, the Lake Oswego School District, small and large businesses, the "Friends of the Festival," plus more than 500 volunteers who work throughout the year and the weekend to make the Festival the success it is.

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