As an Artist on Artists' Row, the area where my store is located, I will be participating in this festival. Should be a fun lively weekend in Salem.
Press Release May 14, 2010
For Immediate Release
Contact: Matt Caruso #(978) 744-0004, email@example.com www.salemartsfestival.com
Salem Main Streets, 265 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970
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Salem Arts Festival – June 4th – 6th, 2010
Enjoy a stroll through beautiful and historic Salem, MA and experience the Salem Arts Festival, a celebration all the arts: painting, photography, sculpture, dance, music, writing, new media, performance, poetry, culinary and more!
This free and family-friendly event runs June 4th-6th, 2010 and promotes the arts in downtown Salem in a unique and collaborative way – highlighting the existing artist community and encouraging general community participation. The Festival venues include Old Town Hall, The Salem Common and Pickering Wharf, and run the gamut from juried exhibitions and demonstrations to live performances. No matter what your level of art experience, people of all ages and backgrounds will find something that will delight and educate!
Visit www.salemartsfestival.org for more information.
About the Salem Arts Festival?
Salem Arts Festival is organized by volunteers and by Salem Main Streets with assistance from the Salem Arts Association. Funding provided in part from a grant from The Salem Cultural Council (SCC) with additional funding provided by local businesses and organizations.
The Salem Arts Festival provides the arts community an opportunity to showcase their talents – from juried exhibitions and demonstrations to live performances. Last years Festival was attended by over 4000 people and we expect an even larger crowd this year.
About Salem Main Streets?
Salem Main Streets’ goal is the revitalization of downtown Salem as a vibrant, year-round, retail, dining and cultural destination through business recruitment, retention and the promotion of downtown Salem.
The Salem Arts Festival is offered free to all visitors and residents of Salem and does not include goods for sale. However, exhibitors and performers may distribute their cards and brochures.?
ILLUSTRATION BY RICHARD FLYNN