Visual Arts

WVIFF Screening of the 2015 Oscar Nominated Shorts – Action

WVIFF Screening of the 2015 Oscar Nominated Shorts – Action

These action shorts are traditionally among the year’s most creative and surprising films of any kind, yet they’re also the most difficult to find. They’re presented in one eye-popping program, with a brief intermission between the animated and live-action categories. The live-action shorts however are recommended for ADULT AUDIENCES ONLY.

Location: Taylor Books, 226 Capitol Street

WVIFF Screening of the 2015 Oscar Nominated Shorts – Animated

 

Here’s your ticket to a satisfying banquet of this year’s Oscar® nominated animated shorts appropriate for ages 10 and up. See also Tuesday, June 23, 6pm.

 

Location: Taylor Books, 226 Capitol Street

 

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10 fun-filled days of 130 events and 360 musical, visual and performing arts performances all in the heart of Charleston. You and three of your closest family members or friends can be part of the festivities courtesy of the Charleston CVB.

Street Performers and Artists

FestivALL Princess Jude Binder and her Birds (Crystal Yoak & Rachel Perry), Stilt Walkers Chally Erb and Elizabeth White, Mutts Gone Nuts, Jonathon Burns, Magician Dewayne Hill, Visual Artist Ian Bode

Community Keys

Play a tune on the Community Keys pianos located at Davis Park and Capitol Market throughout FestivALL. One piano has been altered by local high school artist Kaitlyn Pullium and the other by Charleston Art Group. Take part in your own visual and musical art performance as you're out enjoying the rest of FestivALL!

Locations: Davis Park, 301 Capitol Street and Capitol Market, 800 Smith Street

"Power" Mural with artist Rebecca Recco

Drop by the 1300 block of Lewis Street, near Appalachian Power Park at any time during FestivALL to see the newest East End Main Street Mural, “Power,” painted by Charleston WV artist Rebecca Recco.

Heartwood in the Hills presents "What is Dance?"

Songs and dances from around the world for children and their adults! Heartwood in the Hills presents "What is Dance?", a benefit fundraiser for Heartwood in the Hills 

Children's Art Fair and Kanawha County Public Library Street Fair

A perfect combination for two days of family fun: Make & take craft opportunities from invited artisans and groups, a sale of work by children and youth in Kanawha County neighborhood programs; a stage with child-friendly performances featuring Secret Agent 23 SkidooMutts Gone Nuts (see

Capitol Street Art Fair

The Capitol Street Art Fair has grown to be one of the largest art fairs in the state of West Virginia. Over ninety-five new and returning artisans display and sell their work in this juried fair dedicated to fine art and fine crafts.  Street performers and free street stages create a festive atmosphere. 

Over thirty of the artisans will also participate in the FestivALL Fall Harvest Gift Boutique at the Charleston Woman’s Club on October 24-25.

2nd Annual Harvest Gift Boutique of Fine Art & Fine Craft

Visit this elegant space that is the Woman's Club of Charleston (1600 Virginia Street East) to see one of the state’s best collections of unique, high quality, hand-crafted products from over 35 artisans who are also juried into the Capitol Street Art Fair.  Fine furniture is included for the first time.  Shop for wonderful gifts for the holidays and meet and visit with the artisans: 

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