Artist Applications Are Being Accepted Until September 6th

Updated: September 28th, Fall for Arts 2019

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Updated: September 28th, Fall for Arts 2019

"This community celebration has a tradition of celebrating creativity and the changing seasons. The event combines performance and traditional arts through the creation of free-standing murals during the Festival," RIOC announced.

Update, September 18th: RIOC has added a Friday night kickoff event at Gallery RIVAA:

Full details: Fall For Arts 2019, Roosevelt Island

Updated: September 28th, Fall for Arts 2019

This year, our theme is “EarthLove: Protect, Renew, Grow”. Hands-on arts and crafts workshops, amusements, and live music will also be featured throughout the event. Participation in this event is free; basic paints, brushes, and a primed surface are provided! All participating artists will also receive a free festival t-shirt. Once complete, murals will stay on display on the lawn for several weeks.

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