Event Date: Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 11am to 5pm
Join East City Art at the Fourth Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival! Come to our booth and enter to win an original pen and ink drawing by local artist Ellen Cornett (pictured below).
This year, EYA, Pulte Homes, Streetsense and the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation are hosting the Fourth Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival along Route 1 and Jefferson Street on Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 11am to 5pm. Over 50 local visual and performing artists, along with craft and jewelry vendors will gather along neighborhood streets in the Arts District Hyattsville – the DC area’s hottest new townhome community inspired by the talented arts district in Hyattsville. The afternoon will feature performances by musicians, dancers, and street performers, and guests can stroll the sidewalks to view and purchase artwork by DC Metropolitan-area artists.
The 2011 Hyattsville Arts Festival is located at 5500 Baltimore Avenue (Route 1) and Jefferson Street in Hyattsville, Maryland
For continuous updates about the Fourth Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival, refer to the Fourth Annual Hyattsville Arts Festival page linked on the Menu bar above the image slider.
New this year:
- Free shuttle from West Hyattsville Metro station, courtesy of the City of Hyattsville
- The retail town center shops are now open featuring Busboys and Poets, Tara Thai, Elevation Burger, Chipotle, Yogi Castle, Essentials Day Spa and Big Bad Woof.
- The Lustine Center gallery will be open with artdc’s 12×12 show featuring over 150 pieces of art for sale.
- Kid’s tent will feature face painting, arts and crafts alongside Joe’s Movement Emporium’s exhibit space.
Mix and mingle with talented local artisans and enjoy live performances on the streets of Arts District Hyattsville, just two miles from DC. Admission and parking are FREE. Delicious food and drink available from Busboys and Poets, Franklin’s Restaurant & Brewery, Chipotle, Elevation Burger, Tara Thai, and Yogi Castle.
Live performances include:
- 11:30 J.P. McDermott and Western Bop (Rockabilly) 1:00 Yellow Dubmarine (Ska covers of the Beatles)
- 2:00 Joe’s Movement (Daniel Burkholder/The PlayGround) 2:30 Cheick Hamala Diabate (Afro-pop, Mali, West Africa)
- 4:00 Jayamangala (Bharat Natyam classical Indian Dance) 4:30 Joe’s Movement Emporium (Coyaba Dance Theater)
artdc open gallery & studio exhibition in Lustine Center
- Kelly Perl Architectural Photography
- Michelle Burns Artisan Soap
- Jen Athanas Fashion Accessories
- Tim DeVenney Glass
- Linda Blackbourn Handcrafted Gemstone Jewelry
- Tamara J. Thomas Handmade Dolls
- Alia Manshio Handmade Jewelry
- John Davis Handmade Leather Cuffs and Bands
- Melissa Lamorena-Fernandez Handmade Party Décor
- Tara Useller Handmade Quilts
- Monna Kauppinen Hyattsville Community Arts Alliance
- Hubert May Interior Design
- Fred King Notecards and Photos
- East City Art Official Media Partner
- Donna Lomangino Oil & Acrylic Paintings
- Jay Durrah Oil Portraits
- Ida Mitchell Original Prints
- Dave Peterson Original T-Shirts
- Michele Banks Original Watercolor Paintings
- Justin Fair Paintings
- T.H. Gomillion Paintings
- Thomas Ellis Photography
- Patti Mallin Upcycled Purses and Totes
- Cheryl Edwards Paintings
- Tina Van Pelt Profusions of Glass
- Joshua Craig English Serigraphs
- Art Works Studio School Art Instruction
- Renaissance Square Artists Multiple Artists Represented
Parking and Metro Shuttle:
Parking is FREE and the city of Hyattsville will be running a free shuttle to and from the West Hyattsville Metro Station. For more information about both services, please refer to the Fourth Annual Hyattsville Arts Festival page linked on the Menu bar above the image slider which will be updated regularly.
The Hyattsville Community Development Corporation seeks to revitalize residential and commercial areas in the city of Hyattsville. By leveraging the city’s historic and cultural resources, thriving arts community, and convenient Metro access to DC, the Hyattsville CDC creates and fosters economic opportunities for the city and its stakeholders.
Arts District Hyattsville is a 25-acre mixed use revitalization of historic downtown Hyattsville, Maryland. The vibrant new community features new townhomes, multifamily homes, retail shops and community center. It is a collaboration of EYA, Pulte Homes and Streetsense. East City Art documents and promotes the growing contemporary art movement in the eastern communities of Washington, DC and the Gateway Arts District in Prince George’s County Maryland. East City Art is the official media partner of the 4th Annual Hyattsville Arts Festival.