ARTS FESTIVAL

ARTS FESTIVAL 2015

June 19, 20, & 21

Arts Festival

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soap
jewelry
pottery
folding bowl
bracelet

SAVE THE DATES FOR OUR 60th ANNUAL ARTS FESTIVAL
June 19, 20 & 21, 2015

Craft Artist Application, click here

Festival Program Book PDF



“South Shore Art Center Arts Festival mixes the best of small town New England summer

festivals with an uncommon attention to detail and commitment to presenting quality art and handmade craft.”

South Shore Art Center Arts Festival celebrates its 60th year and showcases craft and fine artists from New England and beyond. In addition to almost one hundred juried exhibitor booths, the Arts Festival features a juried art exhibition and members’ show, live music performances, artist demonstrations, children’s art activities and a young artist exhibition.

The Arts Festival draws over 9,000 visitors from the Greater Boston region to historic, oceanside Cohasset Common.




About South Shore Art Center

A non-profit organization formed in 1954, South Shore Art Center is dedicated to enriching the communities south of Boston by fostering an understanding and appre­ciation of the visual arts through exhibitions and educa­tion. In addition to a nationally-recognized exhibition program, the Art Center offers courses and workshops for adults and children, and enrichment programs to area schools.



FESTIVAL SPONSORS 2014

Gold Sponsors

Audi Norwell

Porche Norwell

Image Resolutions

 

South Shore Music Circus

 

Bronze Sponsors


Pastene Work N Gear

Frank Neer

 

 

Anderson Renewal

 

 

The Boston Globe

Bombay Sapphire

 

 

Dean and Hamilton The Cook Estate
 
Advertisers

Hingham SAvings

 

Pilgrim Bank

 

Conway Insurance Company

 

Litman Gerson Associates

 

Derby Street Shoppes
In Kind Contributors

Shaws

 

Victoria's

 

Contributors
 
BNI (Marshfield) 
Colony Rug
Graham Waste
Granite City Electric
King Jewelers
Panopticon Imaging
Plymouth County Convention & Visitors Bureau/Plymouth County Commissioners
RBC Wealth Management
Rockland Trust
Strekalovsky Architecture

 




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Ronnie Goodwin