Art Festival Fun
“Imagination: Pathway to the Future” will be the theme of this year’s 26th annual Young Masters Art Show, at Irvine Civic Center April 30-May 12. The exhibit features original artwork on display that’s created by some 500 Irvine Unified School District students, one from every IUSD classroom kindergarten through 6th grade. Sponsored by Assistance League of Irvine, the show is collaboration with the IUSD, the city of Irvine, Arts OC, and Imagination Celebration of Orange County.
On June 4 the Irvine Fine Arts Center hosts the Studio Arts Festival in Heritage Park. Some 100 artists, many of whom take classes and volunteer at the Fine Arts Center, have been accepted to display their creativity at the juried festival. The Studio Arts Festival showcases Southern California artists, and their original work, including sculpture, jewelry, painting, photography, ceramics and glass, is available for purchase at the festival.
The Festival also features music, art demonstrations, and food – including ice cream sundaes served in handmade collectible ceramic bowls.
The Irvine Fine Arts Center provides art classes, open studio programs, events, and exhibitions for all ages in fully equipped art studios. The Arts Center also offers arts camps for youth in summer, and all year long.
Young Masters Art Show,
April 30-May 12
Irvine Civic Center,
1 Civic Center Plaza
Studio Arts Festival, June 4
Heritage Park, 14321 Yale Ave.