Doylestown Arts Festival Announces 2022 Artist Lineup

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. — Organizers of the 2022 Doylestown Arts Festival have announced the roster of jury artists who will brighten the streets of the borough for this cherished event to be held September 10-11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. .

Local and regional independent artists selected to participate span a variety of styles and mediums, including a mix of interactive and live art. Categories include fine art, glass, illustration, photography, jewelry, metal, mixed media, pottery, printmaking, recycled art, textiles, and wood.

As plans for the 2022 festival continue, organizers hope more artists can be added in the coming weeks as space permits. Visit dtownartsfestival.com/artists to see the artists in each category, as well as individual biographies.

The Doylestown Arts Festival has been supporting local and regional artists and performers for over 30 years, attracting an audience of buyers and collectors to the ever-changing outdoor market, showcasing unique and one-of-a-kind works of art.

With five stages of live music, plus live and interactive art demonstrations, this event – ​​which is free to the public – is designed for all ages.

Founded in 1991 by a group of corporate and resident volunteers, the festival celebrates 31 years of creativity in Bucks County.

Home to over 8,000 residents plus the James A. Michener Art Museum, Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle, the Tile Works, County Theater and a wide range of galleries, restaurants and local shops and boutiques , Doylestown is nationally recognized as a destination city.

The Doylestown Arts Festival is made possible by a small committee of Discover Doylestown volunteers and is presented by the Thompson organization. For more information on this year’s festival, visit dtownartsfestival.com.

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