FREE to the public, APRIL 16 and APRIL 17, the Downtown Burbank Arts Festival gives people of all ages a chance to see up-close and personal some of the best artists in the world. Designed to bring in professional artists - as well as aspiring artists from Burbank schools - in order to support arts education, the festival showcases painting, photography, woodwork, sculpting, jewelry, ceramics, street painting, and other types of art that you've never even imagined.
The two-day event adheres to a schedule, which enables you to plan your experience around various speakers, exhibits, or types of art in which you're interested. And the outdoor environment gives you a chance to take a break once in a while, get a snack and some new energy, and jump back in.
The two-day event adheres to a schedule, which enables you to plan your experience around various speakers, exhibits, or types of art in which you're interested. And the outdoor environment gives you a chance to take a break once in a while, get a snack and some new energy, and jump back in.ally interact with world famous artists - and get some inspiration of your own to create your own masterpiece some day.
In addition to the "street artists," The Creative Talent Network will present the CTN Road Trip, an event devoted to animation and visual EFX artists from feature films, video games and television, offering patrons a rare opportunity to purchase artwork and interact with the artists, whose contributions are found among the highest grossing animation films of all time.
Downtown Burbank Arts Festival, in partnership with West Coast Artists, donates proceeds from the event to student programs for the Burbank Arts Education Foundation.
Downtown Burbank Arts FestivalSan Fernando Boulevard between Magnolia & Angeleno AvenueBurbank, CA 91502Call (818) 238-5209https://dtnbur.com/
Downtown Burbank is an award-winning urban neighborhood spanning 34-blocks of retail, office, residential and entertainment destinations. The district boasts more than 200 shops and 90 restaurants including IKEA, Flappers Comedy Club, Story Tavern and Burbank Town Center, with movie screens at the AMC 16 consistently ranking in the top five of theatrical circuits nationwide. The area is bounded by Verdugo Avenue, Glenoaks Boulevard, Burbank Boulevard and the I-5, and contains more than 9,000 parking spaces. The District is managed by Downtown Burbank Partnership, a California nonprofit mutual benefit corporation.