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2019 Recycled Arts Festival - Apply Now!

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Scott & Jen Poverud

Calling all artists! Registration is now open for this years Recycled Arts Festival.

Are you a returning vendor, or a local artist looking for a new platform? That means it's time to sign up, and begin preparing for another fantastic event of music, food, and creativity. Here's a few things to keep in mind before you apply:

~ Art must be composed from at least 75% recycled material.

~ We provide the space. Artist vendors need to provide their own tent/canopy, chairs, tables, etc.

~ Security will be in the park Friday and Saturday nights.

~ Limited access to electricity is available for business purposes only.

2019 Booth Fees:

10 x 10 ft booth: $80

15 x 10 ft booth: $120

20 x 10 ft booth: $160

The Recycled Arts Festival (RAF) is an ongoing Clark County tradition, celebrating local art, community, and waste reduction. It will feature dozens of recycled artists, local bands, arts & crafts, food, and other entertainment. Join us!

The priority deadline is February 15th to register for the 14th Annual Recycled Arts Festival, taking place June 29-30. Register here today!

​Interested in performing live at the festival? Contact us: info@recycledartsfestival.com

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Recycled Arts Festival | June 29-30, 2019 | Esther Short Park | Vancouver, WA

Please come visit us at the FREE 14th annual Recycled Arts Festival at Esther Short Park — the hippest, most eco-conscious festival in all of Clark County. See how people, just like you, are giving new life to old items that would otherwise have been lost in a landfill. Come out and be amazed at the artists' creations, join your kids in expressing their "green side" by creating their own Eco-Art, or just relax and listen to some wonderful music (warning... tapping your feet or dancing may occur). There will also be all sorts of helpful information on how you can help improve Clark County's environment. Can't wait to see you there!.
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