Held against the picturesque backdrop of New Hope, this annual event has once again ignited the spirit of artistic expression on September 23rd and 24th. With its roots tracing back years, the festival continues to evolve, offering an enchanting blend of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary artistry.
This year’s festival boasts an impressive array of artisans and crafters from various corners, each contributing their unique talents to the tapestry of creativity. From intricately woven textiles that tell stories of distant lands to hand-carved sculptures that breathe life into wood and stone, the diversity of mediums is breathtaking.
An interactive digital Google Map will feature icons for every exhibitor with links to their websites. It will be available at www.visitnewhope.com as well as on the Google Maps application
Beyond the curated stalls, the festival pulses with live demonstrations, workshops, and interactive installations, fostering an environment where attendees can connect with artists on a personal level. The aroma of gourmet food trucks mingles with laughter and animated conversations, forging bonds between visitors and creators.
They will have an extraordinary line-up of professional regional musicians on the stage in the food court. The food court will feature southern barbeque, gourmet tacos, gourmet vegan, and local small-batch ice cream.
It will be a feast for your ears and your taste buds. The New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival is more than an exhibition; it’s a sensory journey, a testament to human ingenuity, and a testament to the town’s unwavering commitment to the arts.
The hours are Saturday, 10:00am to 5:00pm, and Sunday, 10:00am to 4:00pm. For more information, contact George Price at the New Hope Arts & Crafts Festival, email@example.com.
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PHOTO CAP: Woodworker Nick Martier was best in show last year at the New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival www.nickmartierwoodworker.com