Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival is almost here

By on April 20, 2012

KANELAND—The Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival will continue its tradition of showcasing the artwork of Kaneland students, as well as celebrating the professional visual and performing arts, on Sunday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Another tradition of the festival is the free admission, along with the ability to participate in workshops and experience the arts.

This year’s roster of performing artists include a dixieland jazz band, an ensemble of mimes, a Zydeco band, classical and folk guitars, comedy troupes, and a barbershop quartet. Workshops, available to all ages, include a music and movement workshop and an opportunity to become a mime. The visual artist roster includes the art mediums of batik, jewelry, oil pastel, photography, sculpture, woodturning and collage. Bring home a balloon animal or have faces painted by the KHS art club. Little ones who are not yet in school can enjoy storytime, as well as music and movement opportunities.

For information, contact Maria Dripps-Paulson at maria.drippspaulson@kaneland.org or (630) 365-5100, ext 180, or visit www.kanelandartsfestival.org.

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