Sunday, May 7th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Town Center in Riverdale Park. (GPS your way to the MARC Station.)
Join KUPENDIZA - along with artists, artisans, blues and rock musicians, authors, poets, craft dealers, folk performers, silent auction, model train exhibit and much more. Original artwork includes oil paintings, sculpture, handmade jewelry, stained glass, and more. The Riverdale Volunteer Firefighters will host the BBQ.
The stage lineup features the Smokin' Polecats, cellist Peter Swanson with the Prince George's Philharmonic, dancing by Fudacion Elena Ballet Folkorico Mexicano and Sin Fronteras Ballet of Baltimore, poetry readings and more!
See this Gallery of Past Events!
The Children's Pavilion offers free face painting and DIY potted plants just in time for Mother's Day.
RPAC’s Gerald King Fine Arts Award will be presented to Corrine Carter, a resident of University Park. She most recently studied at the National Gallery of Art Drawing Salon and the Brentwood Arts Exchange. The award is named in honor of the late Gerald King, a longtime resident of Riverdale Park. RPAC annually selects an art student who shows promise in realism. Winners receive a $500 grant for art supplies and a one-year study apprenticeship under master artist Bruce I. Campbell at King’s studio in Riverdale Park.
Bid in a silent auction for an original painting by the 2016 awardee Ana Vazquez, an art major at Prince George's Community College.
Everyone is invited! Bring the entire family for the fun, food and festivities. Get a free ArtsFest T-shirt when you make a purchase from a participating vendor (while supplies last).
The Riverdale Park Arts Council is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization that supports and promotes artistic and cultural activities in Riverdale Park and surrounding communities.