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July 20th -22rd, 2012

OFFICIAL PROGRAM

S a le m A r t F a ir & F es t i val 20 12


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Wh W h at ' s I n s id e

Did you Know ... All about SAA pg 5

SAA Staff Listings:

Meet the hard working people pg 6

Frequently Asked Questions: Find answers to common questions pg 6

Food & Drink:

Who’s serving what & where pg 7

Cultural Corridor:

Learn about arts-related organizations pg 8

Kids’ Court:

Activities for the young pg 8

Plant Sale:

Get an herb, native plant, annuals or a new shrub pg 8

Family Stage Performance Schedule: Run for the whole family pg 9

5k Walk & Run for the Arts: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. pg 9

Full Schedule:

Main Stage Headliners, plus a full list of events all weekend pg 10, 11

Map:

Where is everything? pg 12, 13

Artists:

Artists by aisle and booth numbers

pg 14-22

Welcome to the Salem Art Fair & Festival Presented by Spirit Mountain Casino and produced by the Salem Art Association, the Salem Art Fair & Festival has become the premier summer event in the mid-Willamette Valley and is now one of the nation’s top-ranked art festivals. We thank you for joining us to celebrate the arts, our local heritage and the future of our cultural landscape. These are important bonds that help maintain the health of our community. This program, created by Salem Weekly in close collaboration with the Salem Art Association, details the exciting activities that await you. There truly is something for everyone: fine art, functional crafts, kids’ activities, good food, craft beers, regional wines, and music by the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies and Grammy-nominated blues artist Ruthie Foster among other talented music groups. On the pages that follow, you’ll find photos of the work of nearly two hundred participating visual artists to help you make those hard choices. Be sure to stop by the Bush Barn Art Center for Sculptural Conversations: Works by the Pacific Northwest Sculptors and live sculpture demonstrations on the adjacent lawn. And don’t miss the (Women Photographers) exhibit at the Bush House Museum. The Salem Art Fair & Festival is the major fundraising event for the Salem Art Association. It also benefits more than sixty other nonprofit organizations. Your attendance and purchases support SAA’s community arts education, gallery exhibitions and heritage programs throughout the year. Please visit the Bush Barn Art Center for more information, and visit us online at www.SalemArt.org.

Sandra Burnett, Executive Director

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Salem Art Association Facts ...

The Salem Art Association (SAA) is a 501©3 non-profit arts organization that has been actively dedicated to providing arts and heritage programming in the Salem area for 93 years.

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SAA provides art instruction to more than 18,000 students in Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties each year. Without this service, many students would have no exposure to arts education in public schools.

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SAA offers free-of-charge, year round art exhibitions at the Bush Barn Art Center. Local, regional, national and international artists in three galleries are showcased in our gift gallery.

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SAA operates the Bush House Museum, which was built in 1878 and houses an impressive collection of art, furniture and personal items belonging to the historical Bush family. The museum is further unique in that its interior has never been remodeled or renovated. The inside of this historic home remains just as it was more than 100 years ago when it was built.

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SAA designs its services to meet the evolving needs in our community. Recently, this has meant developing a High School Arts Program that provides students mentoring opportunities with professional artists. SAA also has created Project Space, a temporary site in downtown Salem providing local and regional artists a space and forum to create, discuss and display experimental artwork.

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The Salem Art Association has organized and hosted the Salem Art Fair & Festival (SAF&F)for 63 years. This one-of-a-kind event features art, music, hands-on kids’ art activities, local food and craft beer and wine. Fairgoers experience 200 artists’ booths, two music stages, more than 20 food booths and displays from more than 30 local arts organizations.

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The Art Fair Sourcebook ranks the SAF&F as 11th in the nation out of nearly 1,400 art fairs and festivals. As a result of our excellent ranking, top-tier artists from around the country (and the globe) bring their fabulous artwork to Salem for everyone to enjoy and purchase.

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The SAF&F is SAA’s main annual fundraiser which funds our community programs. SAA also receives support from sponsorships, grants, membership dues and donations. By attending the annual Salem Art Fair & Festival, you’re directly supporting the Salem Art Association and its ongoing community programming.

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The Salem Art Fair & Festival is made possible in part by the generous support of our presenting sponsor, Spirit Mountain Casino. The SAF&F is also supported by more than 50 other sponsors, including Major donors Kettle Foods, Maps Credit Union, Hut Airport Shuttle, Valley Credit Union and the City of Salem. These sponsorships are an integral part of fostering arts in our community. We appreciate your support!

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SAA thanks you for attending the Salem Art Fair & Festival. Without you, the SAF&F wouldn’t be one of the most fun and successful events in the Mid-Willamette Valley. You are the reason SAA has been a part of this community since 1919 and your support will allow us to continue to serve our community for years to come. Thank you.


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SALEM ART FAIR & FESTIVAL 2012 COORDINATOR ROSTER

Sandra Burnett

Executive Director

Catherine Alexander Galleries Director

Jessica Amos-McElravy

Interim Fundraising Coordinator

Jim Brown

Galleries Assistant

Robin Cunningham Galleries Assistant

Dia Devine

Membership & Donor Relations

Damon Fournier Grant Writer

Jennifer Gimzewski

Galleries Coordinator

Ann Kresge

School Arts Director

Debbie Leahy

Director of Fundraising

Katie Loney

Galleries Assistant & Bush House Museum Assistant

Cindy Mattison

Interim Fundraising Coordinator

Meaghan McGraw

Marketing Coordinator

Kathleen Dinges Rice

Community Arts Education Director

Brooke Serres

Accounting Services

Ross Sutherland

Bush House Museum Director & Executive Assistant

Lee Ann Tandy

Galleries Coordinator & Bush House Museum Assistant SALEM ART ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Officers

Paula Kanarek, President John K. Lake, Past President Betty H. Wiley CPA, Treasurer Leslie Coleman Zeigen, Secretary Board Members

Celia Batlan Jonathan Bucci Jane Cummins-Fidler Rebekah Rigsby Bob Speckman Susan Trueblood Stuart Tim Van Horn

AF COMMITTEE Petra Geiling, Co-Chair Carol Yetter, Co-Chair Ted Coran Victoria Edwards Kay Balke AF COORDINATORS

ARTIST CONCIERGE Marcia Priest & Roger Vines ARTIST HOSPITALITY Ted Coran ARTIST REGISTRATION Denise Burnett BOOTHSITTING Katie Loney ELECTRICAL Doug Aljets GROUNDS Julie Brown ICE Tom Mosher & Randy Sutton INFO & MEMORABILIA Jim Corcoran, Susan Tanabe & Dawn Witbeck KIDS' COURT ACTIVITES Cheryl Austin & Mary McIntier KIDS’ COURT: Buttonmaking Pat Morgan KIDS' COURT STAGE Leslie Whitaker & Jeannine Wiesner KIDS’ PARADE Alan & Lore Ivie PARKING & BIKE COURTS Christine Ertle and Holly Elmore PEOPLE MOVERS Russ Lipetzky PERFORMING ARTS Mike Jones & Robert Kraft PLANT SALE Gretchen Carnaby RECYCLING Bruce Gates SAA SOFT DRINKS Katy & Steve Tillotson and Barb Nabb SANITATION Jessica Ransome SNO-CONES Cathy Effmann WALK & RUN FOR ARTS Deb Wilding

SALEM ART ASSOCIATION ENDOWNMENT FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Michele Patterson President Judith Basker Carol L. Green John K. Lake Betty H. Wiley Davida Wilson Tim Van Horn Paula Kanarek Erich M. Paetsch

Frequently Asked Questions Q: How much does the Salem Art Fair & Festival cost? A: Admission is $5 per day or $10 for a multi-day pass. Children ages 12 and younger are free. Everyone can enter for free from 2 to 5 pm on Sunday, July 22, 2012. Q: Where is the Salem Art Fair & Festival? A: At the northwest end of Bush’s Pasture Park, off Mission and High Streets SE and running South to Leffelle Street SE. Q: Who organizes the Salem Art Fair & Festival? A: Salem Art Association, with the help of scores of community partners and more than 1,000 volunteers. Q: Is there parking at the Salem Art Fair & Festival? A: Most public parking in the area will be taken by vendors, artists and staffers. Parking is limited on surrounding streets. People are encouraged to walk, bike and take the shuttle sponsored by the Hut Shuttle Service (on Saturday and Sunday only) or park at the Pringle Parking structure on the weekend. Q: Where is parking for people with disabilities? A: Spaces are south of the park on Leffelle Street SE and on Bush Street SE by the park’s rose garden. Q: Will there be a free shuttle this year? A: Hut airport shuttles will run 10 am-10 pm Saturday and 10 am-6 pm Sunday. They will stop at Bush’s Pasture Park and the Marion and Pringle parking structures. Several regular Cherriots routes serve the park area. Please visit Cherriots.org or call 503-588-BUSS for schedules. Q: Can I use a credit card for purchases? A: it depends on the artists; most accept Visa or MasterCard. Q: Are there automatic teller machines? A: ATMs are in each food court.

Cover Artist

Daniel NG, is the Portland Artist chosen for the art fair poster. His acrylic, “The Heart of Salem,” shows a fanciful landscape of Bush’s Pasture Park.

Q: Are there public restrooms? A: Restrooms are at the south end of the park near the top of the soapbox derby track and just south of the Bush Barn Art Center. Portable restrooms with hand-washing facilities are placed throughout park. Q: Are public phones available in the park? A: T-Mobile provides free usage of their cell phones at a booth along the main path by Aisle 10. Phones in the Bush Barn Art Center are not for public use. Q: What is not allowed? A: Pets (except service dogs), skateboards, bicycles outside the bike courts, unauthorized solicitations (limited to the free-speech area at the south end of the park), alcoholic beverages

outside the wine and beer gardens and the selling of goods and services not authorized by the Salem Art Association. Q: If I have a medical problem, where can I go? A: Rural Metro EMTs are at the Bush Barn Art Center Studio Annex; limited first-aid supplies are available at the Kid’s Court. In an emergency, go to any of the three information booths along the main path and ask staffers to call 911. Security personnel roam throughout the festival. Q: What if I lose a child or possession? A: Lost children and lost-and-found items can be collected at any information booth along the main path. There is a lost children’s pole in the Kid’s Court. Q: What if I have a baby who needs changing? A: A baby-changing area and nursing tent are available in the Kid’s Court. Q: Are Kid’s Court activities free? A: Kid’s Court activities cost $1 to $5. Q: Can I safely leave my bike while I visit the Salem Art Fair & Festival? A: Secure bike courts are sponsored by Kettle Foods. Park your bike and get a free bag of Kettle Chips. Two monitored enclosures for bicycle parking are in the park. One is across from the rose garden along Bush Street SE by the Bush Barn Art Center. The other is near Leffelle Street SE, south of the South Food Court and just off the main path. Donations are accepted by the South Salem High School music programs who staff the bike courts. Nonmotorized bikes only; bring your own bike lock. Q: Where do I find Salem Art Fair & Festival memorabilia? A: It’s available for purchase at the Bush Barn Art Center and at any of the three information booths. There will be tote bags, framed and unframed posters, water bottles, bumper stickers and T-shirts. Q: Can I recycle at the Salem Art Fair & Festival? A: Absolutely. There are many disposal stations dispersed throughout the festival. Plastic drink bottles, napkins, plastic cups, paper plates and trays, paper cups and aluminum cans can be recycled. Q: Can I still volunteer at the Salem Art Fair & Festival? A: Volunteers are needed for a variety of jobs. Before the festival starts, call the Salem Art Association at 503-581-2228. During the festival go to any volunteer at Volunteer Central located at the Leffelle Street SE entrance. Q: Where can I get more information? A: Go to www.SalemArt.org


North

F O O D & D R I NK South

Food Court

Food Court

In the Park

Fellowship Church Youth Group

Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley

Coffee drinks, blended drinks

Near Main Stage

Teriyaki chicken, pan-fried noodles, vegetarian egg rolls, fresh-squeezed lemonade, assorted beverages

Hope Point Church

Philly cheese steak or veggie sandwiches, steak fries, chocolatedipped cheese cake, assorted beverages

Morningside United Methodist Church

Near Family Stage

Hand-dipped ice cream bars with a choice of toppings

H & H Bar-B-Q

Assorted BBQ meats (pork, brisket, chicken, cat fish) with sides (greens, slaw, beans, mac & cheese, fries, potato salad, cornbread), assorted beverages

Java Oasis

Salem Art Association Galleries Program Ice cream bars, water

Salem Art Association Gallery Guides

Wine & Beer Gardens

Craft Beers by Gilgamesh Brewing, Wines by Duckpond Cellers and hard cider by Wandering Aengus are available near the Main Stage and the South Food Court. Gardens are open noon-8:30 pm Friday & Saturday and noon-4:30 pm on Sunday.

Sno-cones, water

Oregon Peace Works

Organic black bean burritos, chips & salsa, organic lemonade

Juicing Natural

Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, veggie burgers, salmon burgers, chips, assorted beverages

Fresh squeezed sugarcane juice, berry sugarcane smoothies, Thai Tea, young green coconuts, Asian dessert drinks

Prince of Peace Episcopal Church

Salem Greek Orthodox Mission Church

Breakfast pastries, pie with or w/o ice cream, fruit bars, coffee, tea, water, fruit drinks

Gyro or veggie gyro sandwich, falafel plate, Greek salad, baklava, assorted beverages

Queen of Peace

Pizza by the slice-pepperoni, Canadian bacon with pineapple, or plain cheese, assorted beverages

Salem Kiwanis Club

Caesar salad with or without chicken, assorted beverages

Rotary Club of Salem Elephant ears, soft serve ice cream, assorted beverages

Salem Alliance Church

Nachos with cheese, cotton candy, pink lemonade, juice

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Chi-Yo Vietnamese spring roll, iced tea, assorted beverages

Sumpter Elementary School

Hawaiian noodles with or w/o pineapple chicken, sandwich wraps, sushi, strawberry lemonade, mango lemonade, fresh fruit cup, assorted beverages

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Burritos, breakfast burritos, nachos, lemonade, strawberry lemonade, iced tea, bottled water

Salem Women’s Service Club


CCultural ultural Corridor

Bob Dodson

The Salem Art Fair & Festival’s Cultural Corridor, which follows the main path through Bush’s Pasture Park, includes many nonprofit arts and arts-related organizations sharing information about their organizations. Many also offer drawings for tickets to their respective events, concerts and plays. The support group, Artists in Action, will hold its “Outside the Box” silent auction for artistic and functional pieces created by members and supporters. Bidding continues through 4 pm on Sunday.

Diane Culhane

Stephen Wood

Participants Artists in Action Capital Calligraphers

Children’s Educational Theatre Confluence: Willamette Valley LGBT Chorus Festival Chorale Hallie Ford Museum Oregon Cultural Trust Pentacle Theater Red Moons Author’s Support Group Salem Art Association Salem Chamber Orchestra Salem Parks Foundation Salem Riverfront Carousel Silverton Art Association SKIT Theater Western Oregon University-Smith Fine Art Series Willamette Art Center Willamette Master Chorus

Frank Miller

5k Walk & Run for t he Ar t s If you would like to take part in the 5K Walk & Run for the Arts or the Kid’s Fun Run, please read below. Both races will take place the morning of Saturday, July 21, 2012. The deadline for signups is Thursday, July 19 at 5 pm. The 5K Walk & Run (all ages) is a noncompetitive race beginning at 7:45 am in the grass field southeast of McCulloch Stadium. The course is cross-country over paved bike paths, bark dust trails and grass in Bush’s Pasture Park. Entries will be capped at 400. Entry fee is $15 for all ages; an optional T-shirt is $10. Local ceramicist Jim Ransom has created ceramic awards for the winners overall and by age bracket. Now in its second year, the 800-meter Kid’s Fun Run for ages 12 and younger starts at 8:30 am in the grass field southeast of McCulloch Stadium. Entries will be capped at 50. Entry fee is $15 which includes a T-shirt. You may register for either race at Gallagher Fitness Resources, 135 Commercial St. NE, or online at www.SalemArt.org. This event is organized by the Salem Art Association and West Coast Bank

and is supported by Gallagher Fitness Resources who is graciously sponsoring a prize drawing for participants and volunteers.


Kids' Court A c ti vi ti es

Frank Miller

Sponsored by Maps Credit Union, the Kids’ Court boasts many activities where kids can either express their creativity (think poster making) or expend their energy (think bouncy castle). The activities range in price from $1 to $5 and each is a fundraiser for the nonprofit hosting the activity. Kids ages 12-and-younger receive free admission to the Salem Art Fair & Festival where they will find plenty of live entertainment scheduled for the Family Stage.

Hands on activities Buttonmaking Salem Art Association Bouncy Castle Salem Art Association

Family Stage Performance Schedule 10:30 am 11:45 am 1:15 pm 2:30 pm 4:00 pm

11:30 am 1:00 pm 2:15 pm 3:30 pm

Newspaper hats A.C. Gilbert’s Discovery Village Popsicle stick frames, paper flowers, rock painting Creative Discoveries Preschool Face painting Girl Scouts of Oregon & Southwest Washington Spin Art Immanuel Lutheran School Reading tent Salem Public Library Decorate necklaces, aprons or cloth bags Turtle Ridge Wildlife Center Paint tile coasters Village Home Education Resource Center Bottle Art Abiqua School Have fun with dress up photos Maps Credit Union

9:30 am

FRIDAY

10:30 am-5 pm

Children’s Parade (to join the parade meet at the southwest corner of the park at 9 am) Hands on activities Family Stage performances

10 am-6 pm 10:30 am-5 pm

Hands on activities Family Stage performances

10 am-5 pm Noon-4 pm

Hands on activities Stage performances

10 am-6 pm

SATURDAY SUNDAY

Plant SSale ale

The Friends of Bush Gardens’ plant sale will feature hundreds of different plant species for purchase. There will be perennials, shrubs, trees, old fashioned garden plants, some new varieties of coneflowers and sedums, native plants, herbs, roses, annuals, dwarf conifers and more. There are plants for every price range with the most affordable starting at $1.50 with the most expensive at just under $100. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. You may leave your plants at the Plant Sale while you explore the Salem Art Fair & Festival and retrieve them when you are ready to leave. Plant sale hours: Fri & Sat, 10 am-7 pm; Sun, 10 am-5 pm For more information about Friends of Bush Gardens, please visit www.friendsofbushgardens.org or

11:30 am 1:00 pm 2:15 pm 3:45 pm

FRIDAY Border Collie International Dog Performance Professor Banjo Music/Storytelling Border Collie International Dog Performance Professor Banjo Music/Storytelling CET Improvisation

SATURDAY Angel Ocasio Comedy City Dance Theater CET Mime City Cloggers

SUNDAY Lisa Lee Folk/Acoustic City Dance Theater Cherry City Cloggers CET Musical Theater


9:30 am 10 am-6 pm 10 am-7 pm

Frid ay

Children’s Parade Cohen Kid’s Court Activities Artist Marketplace, Bush Barn Art Center, Bush House Museum and tours, and Plant Sale open 10:30-11:15 am Border Collie International, Dog Performance, Family Stage 11:45 am-12:45 pm Professor Banjo, Music/Storytelling, Family Stage Noon-1:00 pm Children’s Educational Theatre, Play, Main Stage Noon-8:30 pm Wine & Beer Gardens open 1:15-2:00 pm Border Collie International, Dog Performance, Family Stage 1:30-2:30 pm GEO4, Jazz, Main Stage 2:30-3:30 pm Professor Banjo, Music/Storytelling, Family Stage 3-4 pm Caleb Ray, Pop, Main Stage 4-4:45 pm Children’s Educational Theatre, Improvisation, Family Stage 4:30-5:30 pm Loose the Pig, Blues, Main Stage 6 pm Cohen’s Kids’ Court activities close 6-7 pm Essentials, Soul, Main Stage 7 pm Artist Marketplace, Bush Barn Art Center, Bush House Museum & Plant Sale close 7:30-9 pm Ruthie Foster, Blues, Main Stage headline

7:45 and 8:30 am 10 am-6 pm 10 am-7 pm

Saturd ay

5K Walk & Run for the Arts and Kids’ Fun Run Cohen Kid’s Court Activities Artist Marketplace, Bush Barn Art Center, Bush House Museum and tours, and Plant Sale open 10 am-10 pm Free art fair shuttle, sponsored by Hut Shuttle Service 11:30 am-12:30 pm Angel Ocasio, Comedy, Family Stage Noon-8:30 pm Wine & Beer Gardens open Noon-1 pm Children’s Educational Theatre, Play, Main Stage 1-1:45 pm City Dance Theatre, Family Stage 1:30-2:30 pm Cedro Willie, Americana, Main Stage 2:15-3 pm CET Mime, Family Stage 3-4 pm Sam Bam Boo, World, Main Stage 3:30-4:30 pm Cherry City Cloggers, Clogging, Family Stage 4:30-5:30 pm Table One, Jazz/Funk, Main Stage 6 pm Cohen’s Kids’ Court activities close 6-7 pm Philly’s Phunkestra, Main Stage 7 pm Artist Marketplace, Bush Barn Art Center, Bush House Museum & Plant Sale close 7:30 pm Artist Awards, Main Stage 7:30-9 pm Cherry Poppin Daddies, Ska, Main Stage headliner 10 pm Free SAF&F shuttle, sponsored by the Hut Shuttle Service, ends

10 am-5 pm 10 am-5 pm

Sund ay

Cohen Kid’s Court Activities Artist Marketplace, Bush Barn Art Center, Bush House Museum & tours, & Plant Sale 10 am-6 pm Free art fair shuttle, sponsored by the Hut Shuttle Service, starts 11:30 am-12:30 pm Lisa Lee, Folk/Acoustic, Family Stage Noon-5 pm Wine & Beer Gardens open Noon-1 pm Children’s Educational Theatre, Main Stage 1-1:45 pm City Dance Theatre, Family Stage 1:30-2:30 pm Irish Crème, World, Main Stage 2:15-3:15 pm Cherry City Cloggers, Clogging, Family Stage 3-4 pm Nancy Curtain Quartet, Jazz, Main Stage 3:45-4:15 pm Children’s Educational Theatre, Musical Theatre, Main Stage 4:15 pm Closing ceremonies, Bagpipes, Main Stage 5 pm Artist Marketplace, Bush Barn Art Center, Bush House Museum and Plant Sale close 6 pm Free SAF&F shuttle, sponsored by the Hut Shuttle Service, ends


While visual artists are the main attraction of the Salem Art Fair & Festival, attendees will also enjoy a full slate of musical acts encompassing many different genres.

Main Stage Schedule:

Friday’s headliner is singer/songwriter Ruthie

Foster, the 2010 Contemporary Blues Female Artist of the year, performing a musical genre rooted in gospel and infused with blues and folk music.

Saturday’s headliner is Cherry

Poppin’

Daddies with 90’s hit,

Zoot Suite Riot. They perform genres including rockabilly, glam rock, rhythm and blues, country, soul and world music. All shows are free and open to anyone with paid admission to the Salem Art Fair & Festival.

SW ad Space

Friday

Noon-1 pm 1:30 - 2:30 pm 3-4 pm 4:30-5:30 pm 6-7 pm 7:30-9 pm

Saturday

Noon-1 pm 1:30 - 2:30 pm 3-4 pm 4:30-5:30 pm 6-7 pm 7:30-9 pm

Sunday

Noon-1 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 3-4 pm 4:15 pm

Children’s’ Education Theatre, Play GEO4, Jazz Caleb Ray, Pop Loose the Pig, Blues Essentials, Soul Ruthie Foster (Blues) Children’s’ Education Theatre, Play Cedro Willie, Americana Sam Bam Boo, World Table One, Jazz/Funk Philly’s Phunkestra Cherry Poppin’ Daddies (Ska) Childrens’ Education Theatre, Play Irish Crème, World Nancy Curtain Quartet, Jazz Closing ceremonies


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Hector Olvera, Aisle 1, Booth 1 Bothell, WA, Mixed Media

Maia Leisz, Aisle 1, Booth 7 Sagle, ID, Painting

Dan Tilden, Aisle 2, Booth 13 Ashland, OR, Wood

Paula Collins, Aisle 2, Booth 19 Fallbrook, CA, Ceramics

Sarah Shriver, Aisle 1, Booth 2 SanRafael, CA, Jewelry

Robert Dachenhausen, Aisle 1,B8 Fiber Wearables

Andrew Holmberg, Aisle 1, B 14 Portland, OR, Glass

Ted Gaty, Aisle 3, Booth 20 Salem, OR, Mixed Media

Scott Lundquist, Aisle 3, B 25 & 26 Emmett, ID, Mixed Media

Amanda Murphy, Aisle 1, Booth 3 Streamwood, IL, Photography

Shelley Roberts, Aisle 1, Booth 9 Bozeman, MT, Jewelry

Cathra-Anne Barker, Aisle 2, B 15 Santa Fe, NM, Ceramics

Jason Romero, Aisle 3, Booth 21 Merlin, OR, Photography

Leanne Kong, Aisle 3, Booth 27 Lake Oswego, OR, Photography

Melanie Habets, Aisle 1, Booth 4 Careywood, ID, Fiber Wearables

Barton DeGraaf, Aisle 2, Booth 10 Sandy, OR, Painting

Jaime Goldberg, Aisle 2, B 16 Eugene, OR, Jewelry

Kaylaa Milaine, Aisle 3, Booth 22 Bend, OR, Jewelry

Della Goheen, Aisle 3, Booth 28 Olympia, WA, Fiber Wearables

Gwenith Jones, Aisle 1, Booth 5 Portland, OR, Fiber Wearables

Jack Roseman, Aisle 2, Booth 11 Canyon Lake, TX, Glass

Jae Song, Aisle 2, Booth 17 Benicia, CA, Fiber Wearables

Rachel Harvey, Aisle 3, Booth 23 Mt. Hood, OR, Painting

Paul Foshay, Aisle 3, Booth 29 Springfield, OR, Wood

Matt Conlon, Aisle 1, Booth 6 Logan, UT, Ceramics

Karen Snyder, Aisle 2, Booth 12 EntiatWA, Jewelry

Doug Horne, Aisle 2, Booth 18 Long beach, CA, Digital Art

Greg Frye, Aisle 3, Booth 24 Portland, OR, Glass

Debi Bonsack, Aisle 3, Booth 30 Oakdale, CA, Mixed Media


Cristy Aloysi, Aisle 4, Booth 31 SEattle, WA, Glass

Chris Giffin, Aisle 4, Booth 38 Jefferson, OR, Jewelry/ Mixed Media

Jane Aukshunas, Aisle 4, Booth32 Hillsboro, OR, Drawing

Kimberly Morris, Aisle 4, Booth 39 Wallawa, OR, Fiber Wearables

Joshua Rodine, Aisle 5, Booth 45 Phoenix, OR, Glass

Janice Bond, Aisle 5, Booth 46 Portland, OR, Graphics/Printmaking

Paddy McNeely, Aisle 5, Booth 51 Seattle, WA, Ceramics

Tate Hamilton, Aisle 6, Booth 57 Denver, CO, Painting

Christie May, Aisle 6, Booth 52 Greenwood, IN, Jewelry

Corky Storer, Aisle 6, Booth 58 Maple Valley, WA, Sculpture

Michelle Johnson, Aisle 4, B 33 Prescptt, AZ, Fiber Wearables

Randy Dana, Aisle 4, Booth 40 Mt. Vernon, OR, Photography

Ryan Beard, Aisle 5, Booth 47 Redmond, OR, Metalworks

Gail Pendergrass, Aisle 6, B 53 Portland, OR, Ceramics

Teresa Merriman, Aisle 6, B 59 Westcliffee, CO, Mixed Media

Katy Lareau, Aisle 4, B 34 & 35 Newport, OR, Glass & Jewelry

Linda Jacobson, Aisle 5, Booth 41 Keizer, OR, Mixed Media

Deborah O’Keeffe, Aisle 5, B 48 Staunton, VA, Mixed Media

Brett Varney¸ Aisle 6, Booth 54 Sechelt Canada BC, Drawing

Daniel Glover, Aisle 6, Booth 60 Brigham, UT, Ceramics

Stan Oneil, Aisle 4, Booth 36 Sedro Wolley, WA, Glass

Wiwat Kamopornwijit, Aisle 5, B 42 Alexandria, VA, Jewelry

Micah Ostedahl, Aisle 5, Booth 49 Ashland, OR, Emerging Artist

Micki Shampang-Voorhies, A 6, B 55 Blue River, OR, Metalworks

Susie Aoki, Aisle 6, Booth 61 Seaside, OR, Jewelry

Toni Spencer, Aisle 4, Booth 37 Post Falls, ID, Painting

Cheryl Tolman, Aisle 5, B 43 & 44 Fountain Hill, AZ, Painting

Janet Neuburg, Aisle 5, Booth 50 Salem, OR, Emerging Artist

Jim Nilsen, Aisle 6, Booth 56 Edmonds, WA, Photography

Yoshi Aoki, Aisle 6, Booth 62 Seaside, OR, Sculpture


Carla Wright, Aisle 7, Booth 63 Colorado, CO, Painting

Karen West, Aisle 7, Booth 64 Fort Jones, CA, Jewelry

Patrick Noe, Aisle 7, Booth 65 West Linn, OR, Sculpture

Shane Schaeffer, Aisle 7, Booth 69 Eugene, OR, Metalworks

Michael Kaplenk, Aisle 7, Booth70 Corvallis, OR, Ceramics

Donna Pioli, Aisle 7, Booth 70 Corvallis, OR, Ceramics

Syed Ahmad, Aisle8, Booth 75 Salisbury, NC, Glass

Lauren Osmolski, Aisle 8, Booth 82 Seattle, WA, Metalworks

Whitney Peckman, Aisle 8, Booth 76 Salisbury, NC, Painting

Laura Cooke, Aisle 8, Booth 83 Portland, OR, Ceramics

Tim Timmerman, Aisle 8, Booth 77 Newberg, OR, Mixed Media

Abigail West, Aisle 8, Booth 84 Des Moines, IA, Jewelry

Amelia Chao, Aisle 8, Booth 85 Keizer, OR, Photography

Mark Stephenson, Aisle 9, B 87 & 88 Sky Valley, CA, Photography

Danae Bennett-Miller, Aisle 9, B 89 Bend, OR, Graphics/Printmaking

Anna VonRosenstiel, Aisle 9, B 90 Portland, OR, Ceramics

Ed Steckmest, Aisle 9, Booth 91 Boise, ID, Wood

Benjamin Silver, Aisle 7, Booth 66 Eugene, OR, Glass

Martin Steinbock, Aisle 7, Booth 71 Junction City, OR, Fiber Wearables

Nancy Becker, Aisle 8, Booth 78 Bend, OR, Glass

Bobbie Mcrea, Aisle 7, Booth 67 Lake Travis, TX, Ceramics

Patty Roberts, Aisle 7, Booth 72 & 73 Marysville, WA, Painting

Roger Mathews, Aisle 8, B 79 & 80 Marysville, WA, Jewelry/ Sculpture

Paul Ogren, Aisle 8, Booth 85 Keizer, OR, Photography

John Fields, Aisle 9, Booth 92 Portland, OR, Jewelry

Dean Crouser, Aisle 7, Booth 68 Gresham, OR, Painting

Chelsea Stone, Aisle 7, Booth 74 Prescott, AZ, Jewelry

Hilda Wiesenmeyer, Aisle 8, B 81 Monmouth, OR, Ceramics

David Bjurstrom, Aisle 8, Booth 86 Austin, TX, Drawing

Heather Fields, Aisle 9, Booth 92 Portland, OR, Jewelry


Amy Daileda, Aisle 9, Booth 93 Portland, OR, Fiber Wearables

Janet Wight, Aisle 9, Booth 94 Phoenix, AZ, Jewelry

Leslee Burtt, Aisle 10, Booth 101 Milwaukie, OR, Fiber Wearables/ Mixed Media

Jeffrey Hepworth, Aisle 10, B 108 West Haven, UT, Painting

Suzanne Keolker, Aisle 10, Booth 102 Portland, OR, Mixed Media

Margarita Castillo, Aisle 10, B 109 Tigard, OR, Mixed Media

Christopher Bibby, Aisle 10, B 103 Portland, OR, Mixed Media

Donna Yutzy, Aisle 10, Booth 110 Eugene, OR, Painting

Renee Hartig, Aisle 9, Booth 97 Portland, OR, Painting

Shari Lord, Aisle 10, Booth 104 & 105 Silverton, OR, Mixed Media

Jamee Linton, Aisle 10, Booth 111 Portland, OR, Painting

Kerry Vine, Aisle 9, Booth 98 Salem, OR, Jewelry

David Britton, Aisle 10, Booth 106 Tigard, OR, Mixed Media

William Vanscoy, Aisle 10, B 112 Brookings, OR, Photography

Stephen Harmston, Aisle 9, Booth 99 Sammamish, OR, Graphics/Printmaking

Sine Morse, Aisle 10, Booth 107 Portland, OR, Mixed Media

Carine Mascarelli, A 11, B 113 & 114 Reno, NV, Painting

Mary Beier, Aisle 9, Booth 95 & 96 Phoenix, AZ, Metalworks

Natalie Warrens, Aisle 11, Booth 115 Portland, OR, Ceramics

Marcia Hindman, Aisle 11, B 116 Milwaukie, OR, Painting

Robert Curnow, Aisle 11, Booth 117 Seattle, WA, Jewelry

Esther Barr, Aisle 11, Booth 118 Burbank, CA, Metalworks

Mark Carter, Aisle 11, Booth 119 Prescott, AZ, Fiber Wearables

Craig Windom, Aisle 11, Booth 120 Veneta, OR, Mixed Media/ Painting


Kathleen Otley, A 11, B 121 & 122 Greenbank, WA, Mixed Media

Joey Welsh, Aisle 11, Booth 123 Gilbert, AZ, Digital Art

Tegan Wallace, Aisle 11, Booth 124 Seattle, WA, Jewelry

Marcio Diaz, Aisle 12, Booth 125 Shoreline, WA, Painting

Karen Watson, Aisle 12, Booth 128 Hood River, OR, Drawing

Ian Beyer, Aisle 12, Booth 134 Springfield, OR, Metalworks

Sarah Britton, Aisle 13, Booth 142 Oroville, CA, Jewelry

Linda Letts, Aisle 12, Booth 135 Berkeley, CA, Fiber Wearables

Joe Clifton, Aisle 13, Booth 143 Vancouver, WA, Metalworks

Danielle Merzatta, Aisle 12, B 130 Mendham, NJ, Jewelry

David Wolters, Aisle 12, Booth 136 Marynardville, TX, Wood

Sassi LaMuth, Aisle 13, Booth 144 Berkley, CA, Jewelry

Margaret Regan, Aisle12, Booth 131 Helena, MT, Jewelry

Sumati Colpitts, Aisle 13, B 137 & 138 Sedona, AZ, Sculpture

Greg Klassen, Aisle 13, B 145 & 146 Lynden, WA, Wood

Justin Reznick, Aisle 12, Booth 132 Bothell, WA, Photography

Dawn LaGrave, Aisle 13, Booth 139 Seattle, WA, Mixed Media

Anna Choi, Aisle 13, Booth 147 & 148 Oakland, CA, Graphics/Printmaking

J. Brooke Patterson, Aisle 12, B 133 Oakland, CA, Mixed Media

Steve Keating, Aisle 13, B 140 & 141 Port Orchard, WA, Photography

Youngbok Park, Aisle 13, Booth 149 Monroe, WA, Photography

Charles Pearce, Aisle 12, Booth 126 Eleanor Murphey, Aisle 12, B 129 Sonoma, CA, Jewelry Bend, OR, Ceramics

Tom Boatright, Aisle 12, Booth 127 Olympia, WA, Painting


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Jennifer Utsch, Aisle 14, B 150 & 151 Healdsburg, CA, Cottage Crafts

Jessica Leiblein, Aisle 14, Booth 154 Eugene, OR, Cottage Crafts

Chaum Spehar, Aisle 14 Booth 158 Corvallis, OR, Cottage Crafts

Marvin Jack, Aisle 14, Booth 164 Corvallis, OR, Cottage Crafts

Jean-Claude Louis, Aisle 15, B 170 Seattle, WA, Photography

Pamela Raynor, Aisle 14, Booth 152 Eugene, OR, Cottage Crafts

Brad Howe, Aisle 14, Booth 155 Cottage Crafts

April Spehar, Aisle 14, Booth 159 Corvallis, OR, Cottage Crafts

Barbara Sebastian, Aisle 15, B 165 Fairfax, CA, Ceramics

Molly Reeves, Aisle 15, Booth 171 Lake Oswego, OR, Painting

Cerri Noto, Aisle 14, Booth 153 Woodland, CA, Cottage Crafts

Paulina Kriebel, A 14, B 156 & 157 Forest Grove, OR, Cottage Crafts

George Heath, Aisle 14, Booth 160 Portland, OR, Cottage Crafts

Marna Schindler, A 15, Booth 166 San Diego, CA, Painting

Paul Namkung, Aisle 15, Booth 172 Tierra Ammarilla, NM, Mixed Media

Cindia Carrere, Aisle 14, Booth 161 Portland, OR, Cottage Crafts

Rose Gerstner, Aisle 15, Booth 168 City, media

Doug Landreth, Aisle 15, B 173 & 174 Bellevue, WA, Photography

Jake Szramek, Aisle 14, Booth 162 Salem, OR, Cottage Crafts

Kimberli Matin, Aisle 15, Booth 168 Portland, OR, Metalworks

Kathleen Jones, Aisle 15, Booth 175 Newberg, OR, Painting

Jean Lawrence, Aisle 14, Booth 163 Corvallis, OR, Cottage Crafts

Kathy Johnson, Aisle 15, Booth 169 Seattle, WA, Painting


Amy Buettner, Aisle 16, Booth 100 Portland, OR, Jewelry

Gina Nash, Aisle 16, Booth 182 Portland, OR, Metalworks

Tanya Doskova, Aisle 16, Booth 176 Salisbury, NC, Painting

Cynthia Jenkins, Aisle 16, Booth 183 Seattle. WA, Ceramics

Carol Greiwe, Aisle 16, Booth 177 Newberg, OR, Mixed Media

Linda Thorson, Aisle 16, Booth 184 Mixed Media

Virginia Jurasevich, Aisle 16, B 178 Bend, OR, Glass

Pegi Smith, Aisle 16, Booth 185 Ashland, OR, Painting

Linda & Don Asakawa, A 16, B 179,180 Michael Green, Aisle 16, Booth 186 Seattle, WA, Fiber Wearables Cave Creek, AZ, Photography

Tim Arnold, Aisle 16, Booth 181 Nashville, TN, Wood

Aaron Ashcraft, Aisle 16, Booth 187 Salt Lake City, UT, Ceramics

Cameron Kaseberg, Aisle 16, B 204 Redmond, OR, Mixed Media

Kyoko Niikuni, Aisle 17, Booth 193 Monroe, WA, Fiber Wearables

Danny Hughes, Aisle 17, Booth 188 Cathedral City, CA, Mixed Media

Genie Stewart, Aisle 17, Booth 194 Salem, OR, Fiber Wearables

Lyn Sedlak-Ford, A 18, Booth 200 Portland, OR, Mixed Media

Jill Mayberg, Aisle 17, Booth 195 Vancouver, WA, Mixed Media

Brett Cleveland, Aisle 18, Booth 201 Bellingham, WA, Metalworks

William Richard, Aisle 17, Booth 190 Underwood, WA, Mixed Media

Kamala Dolophin-Kingsley, A17, B196 Portland, OR, Mixed Media

Sharrey Dore’, Aisle 18, Booth 202 Seattle, WA, Jewelry

Kellee Beaudry, Aisle 17, Booth 191 Lake Oswego, OR, Painting

Nathalie Whisman, Aisle 17, B 197 San Francisco, CA, Sculpture

Jeff Tinius, Aisle 18, Booth 203 Snohomish, WA, Ceramics

Debra Carus, Aisle 17, Booth 192 Clackamas, OR, Jewelry

Spirit & Samuel Bush, Aisle 18, B 198 McDonough, GA, Jewelry

Richard Sanchez, Aisle 18, Booth 205 Eugene, OR, Ceramics

Nancy Hoyt, Aisle 17, Booth 189 Boise, ID, Jewelry

Randle Sedlak-Ford, Aisle 18, B 199 Portland, OR, Glass


Naomi Campos, Aisle 18, Booth 206 Portland, OR, Jewelry

Rebekah Rigsby, Aisle 19, Booth 209 Salem, OR, Mixed Media

Linda Lu, Aisle 19, Booth 212 Eugene, OR, Fiber

Linda Heisserman, Aisle 19, B 218 Bend, OR, Ceramics

Elisa Saucy, Aisle 20, Booth 225?? City, media

Diane Culhane, Aisle 18, Booth 207 Seattle, WA, Painting

Michael Plowman, Aisle 19, B 210 Colton, OR, Metalworks

Paul Steege, Aisle 19, Booth 213 Nevada City, CA, Ceramics

Sheila Evans, Aisle 19, Booth 219 Spokane, WA, Drawing/ Painting

Anna Broenink, Aisle 20, B 226 San Francisco, CA, Fiber Wearables

Danil Ng, Aisle 19, Booth 208 Portland, OR, Painting

Margaret Aden, Aisle 19, Booth 211 Vail, AZ, Jewelry

Casey Bridges, Aisle 19, Booth 214 Nevada City, CA, Sculpture

George Essaides, A 20, B 220 & 221 Salem, OR, Mixed Media

Angie Heinrich, Aisle 20, Booth 227 Seattle, WA, Mixed Media

Deborah Bridges, Aisle 19, Booth 215 Nevada City, CA, Painting

Ginger Steele, Aisle 20, Booth 222 Cornelius, OR, Ceramics

Jim & Carlie Abbott, Aisle 20, B 228 Caspar, CA, Jewelry

Christina de Lopez, Aisle 19, B 216 Napa, CA, Metalworks

Nancy Adams, Aisle20, Booth 223 Applegate, OR, Ceramics

Stephanie Mader, Aisle 20, B 229 Carnation, WA, Glass

Rachel Austin, Aisle 19, Booth 217 Portland, OR, Mixed Media

Deborah Hilleary, Aisle 20, B 225 Portland, OR, Fiber Wearables

Liz Collins, Aisle 20, Booth 230 Nevada City, CA, Mixed Media



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