MOSAICS, Missouri Festival for the Arts
- From: September 19, 2014 - September 21, 2014 (Recurring daily)
- Times: Friday 4-9PM, Saturday 11AM-9PM, Sunday 11AM-5PM
- Location: Historic Main Street
- Address: 100 N. Main St., Saint Charles, MO 63301
- Contact: Richard Baum
- Phone: 314-482-5476
Several blocks of North Main Street in Historic St. Charles will play host to more than 75,000 people at the 20th Annual MOSAICS Missouri Festival for the Arts on September 19-21, 2014. This free Arts Festival is a family-friendly weekend event, with activities for everyone including fantastic art, great entertainment and the opportunity for children to create their own artwork. This event is designated as an official STL250 event!
The three-day festival includes:
104 juried artists from across the state, region and country will exhibit, discuss, and sell artwork. Artists from 21 states will be present. Paintings, sculptures, photography, glass, jewelry, metal and woodworking are just a sample of the 15 media represented. Five Thousand dollars in cash prizes is awarded to participating artists.
A Performance Stage will showcase a variety of performing artists from across the region offering traditional favorites and eclectic stylings.
Children's Village, sponsored by Mercy, is located on the 400 block of North Main Street in Historic St. Charles. This area will provide Hands-On Art experiences for children of all ages. Children will work with adults to create their own unique memento of the Festival.
Blank Canvas Studios and Preferred Family Healthcare's A.R.T.C. Program (Achieving Recovery Through Creativity) are partnering again with the MOSAICS for the 2014 Festival event, and both community organizations will participate with artist displays.
Mentor Me Exhibition Mentor Me is a program recognizing regional art teachers, students and school districts for their arts programming and the exhibition includes artwork from both students and their teachers. The Governor of Missouri has supported and recognized the Mentor Me program for the past 18 years, and participating students and teachers all receive a Certificate of Participation. The Mentor Me Exhibition is located in the Foundry Art Centre.