The 39th Annual Coolidge Corner Arts Festival is Taking it to the Streets
Attendees can shop the work of 100 artists and makers
Brookline, MA- For the first time since its start, the 39th Annual Coolidge Corner Arts Festival will be held along Babcock Street in the heart of Brookline’s Coolidge Corner. The festival will take place on Saturday, June 3, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
This free event features nationally recognized artists and emerging, local creators. Festival attendees will have the opportunity to shop the work of 100 artists and makers who work with an array of mediums from jewelry, fiber, glass, and ceramics to photography, watercolor, and mixed media. Wood artist, Douglas Morrison, was chosen as the recipient of the festival’s Susan Lichter Jury Prize, which honorsartists who exemplify the highest level of art and craft.
The festival will feature food from five different food trucks including Trolley Dogs, Bon Me, The Chubby Chickpea, The Dining Car, and Revelry and has partnered with Hive to offer attendees beer and wine. In addition to food and drink, the festival will also feature live, acoustic music performances.
The event is accessible by the Green “C” line to Harvard Street in Coolidge Corner or the #66 MBTA bus.
About Coolidge Corner Arts Festival
The Coolidge Corner Arts Festival began 39 years ago and is one of the largest, longest-running events in Brookline. This festival features work from nationally recognized artists and local creators.