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Hillcrest Festival Celebrating its 59th Year

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January 18, 2019
Showcasing a wide variety of outstanding art, the Hillcrest Festival of Fine Arts will be celebrating its 59th year on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 22, 23 and 24, 2019 at Hillcrest Congregational Church in La Habra Heights.
 
Nearly two hundred artists will be exhibiting and selling their artwork, and many artists will personally be demonstrating their artistic skills during the festival. In addition, there will be free art workshops for children on Saturday and Sunday, and festival attendees can browse, shop, enjoy free musical entertainment, and have lunch or a snack at the Starving Artist Café during the three-day event.
 
Art aficionados will enjoy watercolor and oil paintings, unique handmade jewelry, ceramics, pottery, hand-woven clothing, photography, stained and fused glass, bronze and metal sculptures, carved wood, and a great selection of handcrafted one-of-a-kind items in the Arts & Crafts Boutique. Each year, many first-time exhibitors, as well as long-time favorites, are selected to participate. 
 
The festival committee is very proud to announce that three Featured Artists have been chosen for the 2019 festival: Kelly Bracamontes, collage, and Nancy Enkoji, drawings and paintings. In addition, Bianca Rice, the Fine Art Artist, will showcase her oil and watercolor landscapes.

Admission and parking for the festival is free to all attendees. All festival areas are open during the 3-day weekend, including the indoor galleries, artist demonstrations, outdoor exhibits, the patio area, the outdoor stage, and the Arts & Crafts Boutique.
 
Festival hours are 10:00 am – 5:00 pm on Friday and Saturday, and 11:30 am – 5:00 pm on Sunday.  On-site parking is available, and information regarding off-site overflow parking with free shuttle is on the website.