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Published on May 14, 2024
Irvine Fine Arts Center Celebrates 30 Years with Annual Studio Arts Festival on June 1Source: City of Irvine

Mark your calendars, folks, because the Irvine Fine Arts Center is throwing its 30th annual Studio Arts Festival on June 1, and it's shaping up to be a real treat for the community. Heritage Community Park will come alive from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with over 100 of Southern California’s finest artisans showcasing their wares, as reported by the City of Irvine.

Whether you're in the market for some one-of-a-kind woodwork, can't get enough of stunning sculptures, or are hunting down the perfect piece of handmade jewelry, this event is the place to be. The festival will also feature paintings, ceramics, photography, fiber art, soaps and candles, and glasswork – basically, if it's handcrafted and artsy, you'll find it here, as per the City of Irvine. And the best part? Admission and parking won’t cost you a dime, so you can save those bucks for the art you'll inevitably fall in love with.

But that’s not all. These digs, known as Heritage Community Park, are nestled at 14301 Yale Ave., a spot that paints a pretty picture all on its own. According to a statement obtained by the City of Irvine, the park adds to Irvine's impressive portfolio, contributing to its reputation as one of America's safest and most successful master-planned urban communities. Not too shabby for a city that prizes education, business growth, diversity, and more than 16,000 acres of parks and open spaces.

If you're itching for more details or just like being prepared, hit up the Irvine Fine Arts Center's website at irvinefinearts.org or dial them up at 949-724-6880.