MPAartfest is a free one-day festival in McLean that features a juried fine art show and sale. Attendees can enjoy the work of visual artists, along with mini art galleries, live music, food from local restaurants and activities.
The McLean Project for the Arts wants interested artists throughout the mid-Atlantic region to apply by June 15. Artists will keep 100% of the sales, according to a press release.
To apply, artists will need to submit an application with a $35 fee. If selected, the artists will pay a $350 participation fee.
While the festival is free, donations and funds raised during the event support MPA exhibitions and programs.
The festival returns to McLean Central Park (1468 Dolley Madison Blvd) on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Photo via McLean Project for the Arts/Facebook
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