Sawdust Art Festival

Posted on June 30, 2007. Filed under: Orange County things to do |

The Sawdust Art Festival in Laguna Beach is running its Summer Show from June 29 -September 2, 2007. This is an awesome event that draws  hundreds of thousands of people from around the world to experience the work of over 200 Laguna Beach artists.

Every day there are demonstrations or classes taught on everything from glass blowing, ceramics, welding, painting and drawing…which is my personal favorite.  As a fellow artist who loves to paint and draw I really enjoy visiting the Festival and get inspired to pull out my paint and brushes again.

What a great way to spend a summer evening! The setting is absolutely gorgeous and there are live performances going on each day.

Make sure you take time this summer to visit the Sawdust Art Festival to really experience some true Orange County culture.

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Hi,
I’d like to take an inexpensive glass blowing class in Southern California. Any suggestions as to where I could look.

Thanks
Jane


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