Wilsonville Festival of Arts 2020: Make Your Mark!
May 30 (10am – 6pm) & May 31 (10am – 5pm)
Town Center Park
29600 Park Pl, Wilsonville, OR 97070
This year will be the 21st annual Wilsonville Festival of Art, held in Town Center Park, at the very heart of Wilsonville. This year’s event will feature several new and fresh elements in addition to our popular event traditions!
Admission & Attendance
Festival admission is always FREE and accessible. We welcome your donations to help support the festival. Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to furthering regional creative resources.
The Wilsonville Festival of Arts will feature artist demonstrations, art vendors, special exhibitions, interactive community projects, musicians, authors, FOOD, and more, celebrating all the best of the Pacific Northwest.
We’d love to have you join us at the festival…
>Meet neighbors and watch master artists at work
>Support local artists by browsing their works and making purchases
>Check out the fantastic artistic talents of local grade school and high school students
>Relax, get some food, and listen to live music
>Get your hands dirty, and make some art!
>Meet local authors
>Take a SMART trolley tour of art installations
About Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council (WACC)
The Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council is a community organization that supports a variety of art and culture activities in Wilsonville. This is done to educate, entertain, attract visitors, and maintain a vibrant community.
The Wilsonville Arts and Culture Council was founded in 1995 by Theonie Gilmore, who had a vision to create access to arts and culture in Wilsonville for everyone and create a uniting force for various events in our community. The Wilsonville Festival of Art was begun independently a few years later by artist and educator Christopher Shotola-Hardt. After a few years, the two groups joined forces and WFA has become a major regional event. The art festival and other special events help define the City of Wilsonville, attract new business, and stimulate local economic growth. It also brings together a powerhouse of creative talents and makes them readily accessible to the public.