Day Sixty-Four: Art in the Park, Historic Marietta Square, Sept. 3-5, 2011
Art in the Park has been a part of the Marietta Square’s history for the last 25 years. The festival has taken place in the Historic Marietta Square and Glover Park on Labor Day weekend. In 2011, we will continue the tradition and celebrate fine arts from all over the country, as well as those from local artists in Marietta.
This fine art extravaganza features an artist market, children’s art alley and an artist demonstration area and the famous Painted Pots. Art displayed will include paintings, photography, pottery, graphic arts, sculptures, jewelry, woodworking from 150 of the countries finest artists. Festival guests will also have the opportunity to visit the unique shops and boutiques, restaurants, museums and galleries, take in a historic walking tour plus much more, all within walking distance to the festival.
The festival is free with plenty of free parking on the street and in the Cobb County Park Deck. For more information, please call (770) 592-7180 or visit ArtParkMarietta.com