The 5th Annual Roselle Park Art Festival

​The Roselle Park Arts Festival is a celebration of art in all its various forms taking place downtown Roselle Park on Chestnut Street Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 12pm-7pm  (rain date, Sunday, September 29th). The festival will feature professional artists and performers from Roselle Park as well as the New Jersey/New York area.

This is a FREE event, open to all residents of Roselle Park and the surrounding towns.

Featuring: 

*A Juried Art Walk with dozens of artists and artisan crafters exhibiting and selling their work

*Live musical performances by Bernard (Pretty) Purdie , Crescent City Maulers, ScreenAge Band, Brian Beckford and many more

*Live performances by Dancers Pointe, Sharon Sutera Belly Dance, Park Karate, East-West Dance School, Fusion Dance, Planet Dance, ZCO Dance Company, Step University and Rahway Dance Theatre

*Live painting by street artists Distort, Mr. Mustart, Clarence Rich, Fliggz, Jel, Robert Anderson and Eyefar

*Live glass blowing demonstration by Jacob Moskowitz, lead artists and operator of JM Glass Co. based in Roselle Park

*Monclair Art Museum Truck and many other hands-on activities for children and adults alike, including crafts, chalk drawing, painting corner, string art and much, much more. 

*Food trucks including El Lechon de Negron, Uncle Louie G's Italian Ice, Kettle Corn, Kreme Bar, Maize-Arepas, Dee's Hot Dogs, El Rancho Dorado and Romeo's Oriental BBQ

*The festival's first Accessible Arts Area including adapted activities in music/art/dance for those with motor, physical, cognitive, developmental, or sensory challenges and Fast Passes.

*Art exhibition by the students of Roselle Park School District

Bring your family and friends out to the 5th Roselle Park Art Festival on Saturday, September 28th on Chestnut Street in Roselle Park, NJ.

www.rplovesarts.org

 The Roselle Park Arts Festival is the premiere event by Roselle Park Loves Art Inc., recognized 501 (c)(3) charity​Roselle Park Loves Arts Inc. is dedicated to creating community and engagement through arts education and the visual, musical dance, and theater arts for the residents of Roselle Park, NJ and surrounding towns. 

Contact Information
  1. Teresa Lopez
  2. 9178038394
  3. roselleparkarts@gmail.com
Sat, September 28
12:00 pm — 7:00 pm
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​The Roselle Park Arts Festival is a celebration of art in all its various forms taking place downtown Roselle Park on Chestnut Street Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 12pm-7pm (rain date, Sunday, September 29th). The festival will feature professional artists and performers from Roselle Park as well as the New Jersey/New York area.

This is a FREE event, open to all residents of Roselle Park ...

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