The 9th Annual Formal Holiday Artisans Fair is an elegant shopping experience with local handcrafted wares from 50+ artisans, live music, and more!
The Evergreen, previously occupied by the historic Orient Lodge, No. 17, is conveniently located in Portland's central east side. A full-sized elevator and wide staircase, makes it easy to access the newly renovated 2nd floor ballroom and mezzanine.
GIVE THE GIFT OF GOOD FOOD! Eat Oregon Now's Holiday Marketplace brings together handcrafted food + drink businesses to help you find your new favorite food. And it's a one-stop shop for meaningful gifts for those who've been naughty + nice – plus ingredients for special holiday meals and entertaining.
Handmade NW, OHSU Center for Developmental Health Holiday Bazaar 2018!
Center for Health & Healing at OHSU's South Waterfront District
3303 SW Bond Ave
Portland, OR 97239
Handmade NW is proud to join with the Center for Developmental Health to bring local artisans to OHSU.
In its eleventh year, this event takes place at the beautiful OHSU Center for Health & Healing Atrium in the South Waterfront District. The two-day event rotates artisans from each day, offering shoppers unique items throughout. The Center for Developmental Health is committed to finding the root causes of chronic disease and to developing new methods for prevention and treatment through collaborative research
Enjoy an oasis of calm throughout Black Friday Weekend with a destination to shop + recharge over the busy holiday.
Join Tiger Food Press for an hour or two of mountain holiday inspiration with new prints, papers, and cards.
More details coming soon....
The Wild Arts Festival celebrates nature in the work of regionally and nationally known artists and writers. Now in its 38th year, the Festival is the Northwest's premier show and sale of nature-related art and books. More than 4,700 nature lovers and art enthusiasts attended the 2016 Festival, raising over $180,000 for the Audubon Society of Portland.
Art in the Burbs will be held at Tualatin High School for 2018! We are excited to transform the main gym into an art show with original works from over 85 juried artists for sale.
A $2 donation at the door is suggested. Again this year – a bucket raffle! For every $2 donation at the door you will receive a raffle ticket.
The Bend Fall Festival celebrates local's favorite season of the year! This festival is a valued tradition in Bend for 27 years. A strong Fine Artists Promenade, fall harvest activities, food, a harvest market, popular kids street with pumpkin painting and pony rides, two music stages and our Conscious Living street round out the program each year. This festival has our strongest attendance of families of the three seasonal festivals we produce.
The Bend Fall Festival takes place in the heart of Downtown Bend and covers six city blocks. Over 40,000 people attend throughout the weekend.
Boise Art Museum’s Art in the Park is widely recognized as one of the premiere cultural events in the Northwest. This open-air festival, held on the weekend following Labor Day each September, provides visitors of all ages and interests with the opportunity to meet more than 200 artists and purchase their works. During the three-day event, Boise Art Museum presents a variety of contemporary arts and crafts along with an exceptional array of live entertainment, park performances, wonderful food and hands-on activities for children.
The Bellevue Festival of the Arts is a juried fine art and craft fair located beautiful Bellevue Washington on the shores of Lake Washington. Its prime open-air location along Bellevue Way and NE 8th just north of Bellevue Square, is in the heart of a vibrant and growing city that champions the arts.
Nestled in the Pacific Northwest, close to Seattle and other growing communities, Bellevue Festival of the Arts draws enthusiastic crowds for a fun-filled weekend of amazing artwork, local music, delicious food and family-friendly fun including a children’s art activity tent, Aubrey’s Art Corner.
The festival is free to the public and attendees get to meet the artists and craftspeople in person, often developing long-standing relationships and ever-expanding collections. The Bellevue Festival of the Arts takes place annually during the last full weekend in July in downtown Bellevue, Washington along with two art fairs, Bellevue Art Museum’s Artsfair and Bellevue’s 6th Street Fair
For more information, please visit the Bellevue Festival of the Arts website
The Salem Art Fair & Festival returns for the 69th time July 20-22. Just blocks from downtown Salem you’ll find more than 200 artists, live music, theatre and dance on two entertainment stages, two craft beer and wine gardens, more than 20 food booths, a Kids’ Court with art activities for the whole family, the Friends of Bush Gardens Plant Sale and much more.
The Salem Art Association is the dedicated organization behind the Salem Art Fair & Festival which is both our largest annual fundraiser and the largest festival of its kind in Oregon. The Art Fair attracts more than 35,000 visitors from all over the nation and is committed to upholding the importance of fine arts and crafts by providing access to a range of artistic mediums appealing to both art appreciators and art collectors alike.
Your admission price helps fund the Salem Art Association’s core programs: the Bush Barn Art Center, the Bush House Museum and Community Arts Education.
For more information, visit the Salem Art Association website
The Bend Summer Festival is Central Oregon's longest running arts festival, enjoying its 29th year in Bend.
People plan their vacations to Bend around this festival frequently! The festival spans seven city blocks in the heart of Downtown Bend and includes three music stages, a Jazz, Gourmet Food and Wine Street near the Fine Artists Promenade, a family street and a Bend Business Showcase area dedicated to resourceful living.
Guided by the incredible beauty and rich history of the Pacific Northwest, this exhibit promotes and showcases the work of regionally and nationally recognized makers in a broadly inclusive venue. This year it explores an exciting and rigorously contemporary approach to the arts and crafts movement.
Location: George Rogers Park, Lake Oswego, Oregon
For more information, visit the Lakewood Center for the Arts website.
The Edmonds Arts Festival attracts more than 240 artists from across the nation and Canada who bring their unique, one-of-a-kind art to enjoy and purchase. Setting up shop in tented booths, artists represent their own work during the Festival and are happy to answer questions and discuss how they create their art.
Location: Edmonds Washington, overlooking the Puget Sound
For more information, go to the Edmonds Arts Festival website!
The Recycled Rain Project is a PNW based invitational art show creating original works using rainwater to raise awareness of water issues.
Since its first show in May 2012, The Recycled Rain Project has been dedicated to its mission to increase awareness of local artists and to engage and educate the community on water issues.
Each spring a group of Portland artists come together to create original works with collected rainwater. Artists are selected by a jury of artists and people from the local art community. The whole process is documented – from water collection to completion of artworks – as the artists share their stories via social media. This all leads up to the big event, which takes place the first Saturday in June.
A portion of the sale of all works from RR2018 will be donated to a charity suggested and voted upon by our 2018 Featured Artist.