52nd Annual Key Biscayne Art Festival – Curated Art on an Inspiring Island
by Sep Niakan | March 17, 2016
There couldn’t be a better backdrop for a springtime art festival than green, gorgeous Key Biscayne, right? That’s why the 52nd Annual Rotary Key Biscayne Art Festival is set on the scenic island. Produced by Howard Alan Events and the Rotary Club of Key Biscayne, the show will take place at the Village Green on Crandon Boulevard between March 19 and 20.
Expect the best of contemporary art to be on display, from longstanding favorites to rising stars. Fine art coupled with an international food court and shopping opportunities fitting every budget will give you a complete weekend experience. Each exhibit is hand-picked at this spring art festival by a discerning jury and proceeds benefit the local Rotary Club. You can even discuss the works with artists or simply explore with live music, fine wines and craft beer to keep you entertained. Interactive activities will keep your young enthusiasts constructively engrossed.
Ranked among the top art shows in the country, you’ll find a wide variety of paintings, life-size sculptures, photography, ceramics, glass creations, one-of-a-kind jewelry and much more on display. Best part – admission to this spring festival is free. AND it’s pet-friendly. So bring your fur babies, no problem.
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