BOUNTIFUL, Utah, May 26, 2010- There are still a few artist/crafters spots available for this year’s Bountiful/Davis Summerfest International Art and Folk Festival (BDSI). The festival, August 5-7, will attract over 12,000 people who come to enjoy art, food, dance and music at Bountiful City Park. In its 22st year, BDSI promises to deliver the cultural celebration the community has come to expect.
What sets Bountiful/Davis Summerfest International Art and Folk Festival apart from other festivals is the abundance of quality art booths and a variety of ethnic food booths along with the international performing groups. This makes for a truly international festival that has something to offer for everyone of every age group.
Awards will be given for the best art booth and best craft booth.
The 2010 Featured Artist is Jimmy Lucero and the 2010 Emerging Artist is Bobby Asay who was the winner of Best of Show in the recent Davis School District High School Students and Art Educators exhibit. Bobby, a student at Viewmont High School, will have a booth with his teacher and mentor, Roger Cushing. Mr. Cushing is a well known artist and teacher at Viewmont High School.
If you are an artist, craftsperson you may find an application online at http://www.bdac.org/summerfest/summerfest.htm. Booth fees are $135.00 plus a $50 refundable deposit payable online. Bountiful/Davis Summerfest International is a program of Bountiful/Davis Art Center.
For more information, contact Bountiful/Davis Art Center, 801 292-0367 or visit us online at www.bdac.org