Greenway Art Festival Returns to Old Fort Park on Saturday, Sept. 17

Dozens of talented local artists will once again display and sell their creative work along the Murfreesboro Greenway trail on Saturday, Sept. 17, from 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Old Fort Park, 916 Golf Lane, Murfreesboro, will host the 14th Annual Greenway Art Festival; over 70 artists are registered for the 2016 festival.

“Last year was another record attendance for our growing Greenway Art Festival featuring talented local artists,” said Melinda Tate, Greenway Program Coordinator. “This year, we expect the quality and quantity of art to be even better.”

Patrons can browse through booths of original artwork and crafts produced by some of the finest artists in Middle Tennessee.

"Golden Beach" by Chris Bussler

“Golden Beach” by Chris Bussler


The original artwork on display will include oil paintings, acrylics, watercolors, drawings, digital art, photography, pottery, sculpture, jewelry, glassware and mixed media.

The family-friendly setting along Spring Branch Creek of the Stones River includes food vendors, kids’ art activities and live music.

"Blue Pods and Fronds" by Dawna Magliacano

“Blue Pods and Fronds” by Dawna Magliacano

Musical entertainment includes guitarist/vocalist Larry Pinkerton, a local favorite, who takes the stage from 10 a.m.–noon. Americana/folk/rock trio The Coteries, from South Orange, N.J., will perform from noon–2 p.m. The Todd London Jazz Group, a trio from Nashville, will follow from 2–4 p.m., featuring a repertoire ranging from classic jazz standards to modern jazz.

Performances, admission and parking are all free.

Among the many participating artists is Murfreesboro artist Dawna Kinne Magliacano, a mixed media artist, illustrator and art instructor working in a number of mediums out of her Murfreesboro studio.

Magliacano’s work is featured on this year’s Greenway Art Festival poster, and her work has also been published in Incite 3: The Art of Storytelling and Incite 4: Relax Renew Restore, books which are a compilation of the best mixed media from around the world. Magliacano is currently illustrating a children’s book along with other illustration projects.

All Greenway Art Festival artwork is original and created by the artists; no mass-produced, commercially manufactured work or work manufactured from kits or molds will be displayed.

For more information on the Greenway Art Festival, contact Melinda Tate at (615) 893-2141 or mtate@murfreesborotn.gov.


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