Central Pennsylvania Festival of the ArtsTM State College, PA July 10-13, 2014         Children and Youth Day July 9, 2014   Find Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Follow Us on Pinterest Festival Videos on YouTube Festival Blog

  • The Festival Poster
    MORE Poster Years Available NOW!
    Arts festivals across the country often advertise themselves with collectible posters. Some festivals hire an advertising agency, others commission a prior year’s winner to do their poster. The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts does things a bit differently.

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  • 2013 Festival Store
    Select T's and Posters Available!
    This year we offered a wide selection of t-shirts and more to celebrate the 2013 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts! Almost everything is gone, with profits from the sales going directly to the central Pennsylvania festival of the arts. Thanks for your support!

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  • Children & Youth
    Deadline for ENTRIES is June 20, 2014
    Young people are bursting with artistic energy. The Children and Youth Sidewalk Sale of the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts is a fun way for boys and girls to express themselves visually. Click to learn more about Children and Youth Day, July 9, 2014!

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  • Ready, Set, RUN!
    10 Mile, 10K and 5K Race
    The Sue Crowe Memorial 39th Annual Arts Festival Races are the oldest and most storied in Central Pennsylvania. First run in 1975 as a 10 Miler, the Arts Festival race became a 10K race in the late 1980s adding a 5K in 2005. This year we are bringing back the 10 miler!

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SAND SCULPTURE in Central Parklet

   

Sand Sculpture
Festival goers can watch something incredible emerge over several from a 25 ton pile of sand in Sidney Friedman Park.

Sand sculptor Greg Glenn is a founding partner of Sandscapes and has been a full-time sand sculptor since 1987. He has performed at hundreds of events and assignments around the world. Originally a land surveyor, Greg got his sand sculpture start at competitions on Southern California beaches and quickly made the transition to professional sand sculptor filling key roles in many world record sand sculptures. In addition, he has numerous international, national, regional sand sculpture titles, including 12 separate World Sand Sculpture Championships in both team and solo categories.

Greg was one of the original four full-time sand sculptors operating as Sand Sculptors International in the mid to late 1980's. Many of the techniques and procedures developed and refined by this group are now the standard in professional and competitive sand sculpture.

When not working in the sand Greg spends his spare time as an avid mountain biker, hiker and kayak angler off the Central California coast. Greg is a member of Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers and is active in State Parks trail planning and maintenance. Born and raised in Huntington Beach, California Greg and his wife Brandi now reside in San Luis Obispo, California.
 

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