2015 ART AND THE VINEYARD:
The 2015 Art and the Vineyard Festival takes place July 3, 4, & 5 at Alton Baker Park in Eugene.
CELEBRATING 32 YEARS
Festival Hours are:
July 3: 11am - 9:30pm
July 4: 11am - Freedom Festival Fireworks
July 5: 11am - 6:30pm
Come see the Freedom Festival Fireworks on July 4th at dusk (between 9:30 and 10pm)!
From its inception as a small art auction and wine-tasting event, Art and the Vineyard has grown into the premier art and wine festival in the Southern Willamette Valley. The festival, which is the principal fundraiser for the Maude Kerns Art Center, attracts over 25,000 visitors annually. Monies raised from the festival help fund the Art Center’s year-round exhibitions and art classes in all media for children, teens, and adults.
2015 FESTIVAL ADMISSION FEES:3-Day Pass: $16
July 3 & 5: $7
July 4: $9
Children 6-11 years: $1
Under 6: FREE
PARKING JULY 3 & 5: ALTON BAKER PARKING $3/CAR
***PARKING JULY 4: PARKING AT SLOCUM CENTER***
2015 INFORMATION:Maude Kerns Art Center & Festival Information Booth: Find Festival and Maude Kerns Art Center information. Join the center or renew your membership here to receive a free Art and the Vineyard Day Pass. Festival T-shirts & Posters available for purchase. Alter-abled inquiries welcome here.
First Aid:Located inside right of Main Entrance
Lost Children/Lost & Found: Go to the Information Booth located next to Main Entrance
Pets: Prohibited, except for seeing-eye dogs and official assistance dogs (please note: documentation must be present with dog)
Restrooms: See locations marked on Event Map
ATM: Located at the Festival Main Entrance and at the DeFazio Entrance
Volunteer Check-In Booth: Right of Main Entrance
Event Managers: Event Management Consultants, LLC
Parking July 3 & 5: Alton Baker Parking $3/car
Parking ***JULY 4: Parking at Slocum Center***
Valet Bicycle Parking: By the DeFazio Entrance provided by VBP, a youth-run project of the Center for Appropriate Transport
Recycling and Sanitation: Sanipac
As a courtesy to our vendors: Please do not bring coolers, alcohol, or food on site
The “Art” in Art and the Vineyard is represented by paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, wall hangings, and wearable art created by over 70 artists in the Artists’ Marketplace. It includes the garden furniture, ceramics, gates and arbors, and outdoor sculpture by the over 20 artists in Art For Your Garden, where artwork is enhanced by the flowers and foliage of native plants. And there’s also art to be enjoyed at the Specialty Booths as well as artist demonstrations throughout the festival.
The Wineries area at Art and the Vineyard gives wine connoisseurs and novices alike the chance to sample the best the Willamette Valley and beyond has to offer. And to complement the wine are dishes from many nations available in the International Food Court.
Art and the Vineyard is a festival with multi-generational appeal. The Youth Art Arena gives the younger crowd the chance to enjoy art-making activities and displays provided by a variety of community organizations. The Youth Stage provides entertainment - - music, theatre, dance, storytelling, and more - - all three days of the festival.
It’s not only the visual arts that give Art and the Vineyard its special flavor. Main Stage Music plays a big part in the weekend’s festivities. This year’s event again brings in regionally recognized talent.
CLICK BELOW to download a 2015 festival program for Art and the Vineyard.
2014 Artwork Credits,
Second Image From Top:
Brett Miley, ecoRidge
Caitlyn Pace, Vintage Journals