If you are an artist looking to participate in Fall For The Arts in the future, find the attached application here
Email any questions or concerns to Baristy@chestnuthillpa.com
Sunday September 26th (rain date Sunday October 3rd)
11AM – 5PM
About the Fall For The Arts Festival
Each year Chestnut Hill welcomes Autumn with The Chestnut Hill Fall for the Arts Festival. Everyone is invited to enjoy a day of art, music, culinary delights and boutique shopping as Germantown Avenue, between Willow Grove and Rex Avenue is transformed into an outdoor arts and crafts marketplace. Chestnut Hill serves as a backdrop for more than 150 talented artists from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and from as far away as New Mexico. A fabulous array of artistic choices is on display including oils, watercolors, etchings, photography, sculpture, pottery, wood crafts, jewelry and accessories! The Makers Village aims to celebrate both the beauty of a finished piece of art as well as the act of making it. Germantown Avenue is closed to all vehicular traffic as fine arts and crafts, live entertainment, exhibits, and children’s rides and activities, take place up and down the street between the 8000 and 8600 blocks of Germantown Avenue. Visitors can stroll the Avenue to view and purchase fine arts and crafts, enjoy live music or dine al fresco. Admission to the festival is free.
Festival attractions include:
- Over 100 distinctive vendors, including 50+ new local artists and artisans
- Children’s Amusement Zone: Includes face-painting, and train rides.
- Live Music: Stages on Germantown Avenue at Bethlehem Pike and Hartwell Lane
- Dukes of Destiny, City Rhythm, Arlene Hilton
- Food and Drink: Explore delicious offerings on the street from participating vendors, and explore Chestnut Hill’s full list of dining options.
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- Woodmere Art Museum:
- huge (and free) opening reception 9/25 for a very important exhibition (TBA)
- Will host a Summer Jazz concert series featuring the Music of B.B King and Muddy Waters. They put the BLUE in blues and were not afraid to keep the stories of life real and raw in their music. BB was known as the “King” and Muddy was known as the “Father” of the Blues. Songs that will forever be an integral part of America’s songbook, such as BB’s “The Thrill Is Gone” and Muddy’s “Mannish Boy,” will take us to those “Down Home Blues”! Reflecting the international reach of the Blues, souna master from China, Yazhi Guo, joins vocalist Lisa Chavous and guitarist and vocalist Rich Tucker as special guests. Buy your ticket here!