Herberger Festival of the Arts 2011

Folks of all ages enjoyed Saturday’s Herberger Festival of the Arts in Phoenix…

Several organizations and individuals provided free activities for children…

It appears that even clowns need to stop sometimes to smell the roses…

Artists exhibited their works around the top balcony of the Herberger…

Plenty of folks were enjoying art offerings both inside and outside…

I loved the owl and ruby red slippers (below) created by Melody of Urban Art…

This artist paused between periods of painting to converse with festival guests…

Several of the food vendors sported vehicles that seem to double as art…

The name of this food vendor makes me think some cat came up with it…

Three boys from the Phoenix Boys Choir booth took a break to look around…

Scorpius Dance Theatre was one of several vendors with fun goodies for sale…

Jillian Wright cheerfully chatted with folks about Spotlight Youth Theatre…

The Arizona Girl Choir was well represented by several energetic members…

I met lots of people like this mom and daughter helping out a great cause…

This flash mob on a mission reminded women to do regular self-exams…

This sculpture beckons festival visitors to return to the Herberger…

Watch www.herbergercenter.org for news of other fun events…

— Lynn

Note: Fans of “Short Leash” (pictured above) will be thrilled to know that the mobile hot dog eatery will make its way to Valley Youth Theatre Wednesdays from 11:30am to 1:30pm. Click here for address and details.

Coming up: Fall break theater camps, Celebrating “Day of the Dead”

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One response to “Herberger Festival of the Arts 2011

  1. We had such a wonderful time surprising guests with a Flash Mob reminding women to “Don’t be a Chump! Check for a Lump!” at the Herberger Festival of the Arts. Thank you for including us. We are happy to remind the parents of Arizona Kids about the importance of early detection.

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