Charbonneau Festival of the Arts
Mark Your Calendars for June 3-5, 2022!

Call to Artists is now Closed but the Planning Continues

Our juried show is now closed to further entrants.  Thank you to all for your overwhelming interest.  “Art In” instructions are on their way this week to juried in entrants. Look for those no later than Friday, May 5th.  We now begin the creation of our 2022 Virtual Art Exhibition.  We thank all of our participating artists for their donations to our Silent Auction which we will showcase throughout our festival, only a few more weeks away.

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Opening Night Celebration Friday June 3, 6-9pm

Charbonneau Festival of the Arts “Art with Flair” opens Friday, June 3rd with the ever popular Opening Night Celebration in the new Activities Center.  Small bites will be passed, and champagne will be poured to the sounds of guitarist Kevin Kerrick in the Hazel Glade Room, while the Silent Auction opens for bidders in the Kalapuya Room next door. Tickets go on sale on site May 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Activity Center Lobby, cash or check only. If you miss the pre-sale, order here online Tickets purchased in advance are $15, and $20 at the door.

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Find out about Jazz@Charbonneau and our Virtual Music Stage

We are excited to present Jazz@Charbonneau with live performances alongside the second year of our Virtual Music Stage. Are you interested in sponsoring Jazz@Charbonneau?

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Even Greater Opportunities for Sponsors

This year because we are presenting both a live and virtual show, we offer the a number of opportunities for our community businesses, organizations, and individuals throughout the region to partner with us in the production of this year’s signature event.

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Congratulations to Our Festival Sponsors!

“Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life.”

~John Lubbock (1834-1913), “The Pleasures of Life”

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