The Space Coast Art Festival hosts an elegant fine art exhibition during Thanksgiving weekend at a charming outdoor location. Our unique event inspires the Central Florida community, sponsors, artists, and up-and-coming talents to cultivate and promote fine arts on the Space Coast.
Friday evening, November 24th 2017, the Space Coast Art Festival welcome Judges, Sponsors and Supporters of the Fine Arts to a breathtaking evening at an exclusive venue right on the Banana River. A limited amount of tickets will be available for purchase. Please contact the Space Coast Art Festival if you would like to be on the pre-sale list. You will be notified as soon as tickets are available.
Registration opens April 28th 2017 at Juried Art Services. Registration deadline is July 13th. We are looking forward to welcome our distinguished artists from allover the nation. The Space Coast Art Festival offers $35,000 in Awards in 10 Categories. In previous years we could welcome up to 30,000 visitors. This year will be even more spectacular due to our charming location.
About the Space Coast Art Festival
Space Coast Art Festival (SCAF), is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization governed by an all volunteer Board of Directors. In 1963, a small group of artists and local community leaders, formed the first "Cocoa Beach Sidewalk Art Show". In 1972 the Organization incorporated to become the Space Coast Art Festival and the event date of Thanksgiving Weekend was established. In 2014, after 50 years of outstanding festivals, the festival site moved to Port Canaveral, FL due to the size of the show and space constrictions.This year, 2017, the SCAF will take place in the beautiful Manatee Sanctuary Park on the riverfront in the City of Cape Canaveral.
Space Coast Art Festival - P.O. Box 146 - Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 or leave us a voicemail at 321 784 3322 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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