Arts, crafts, food, music, and more!

  • Artisan Marketplace – Purchase handmade goods including art, crafts, food, home goods, jewelry, photography, sculpture, and more.
  • Emerging Artist Program – Discover emerging art talent in this shared tent on the Artisan Green.
  • Food Court; Near SUB – Enjoy a variety of foods from area vendors.
  • No More Stolen Relatives, MMIW Exhibit; Fountain Area – Organized by Nez Perce Tourism, Nez Perce Traditions, and sponsored by LC State Center for Arts & History and the Idaho Commission on the Arts, this is a selection of artwork on display dedicated to honoring missing loved ones and the MMIW Movement.
  • CAVE, an interactive art installation by Oceana Rain Fields – Sponsored by LC State Center for Arts & History.
  • Literature Through the Ages -- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: Mad Hatter Tea Party and Red Queen’s Throne, Immersion Theatre 1-4 p.m. – Presented by LC State Theatre Department and sponsored in part by Mad Hatter Tea Shop and Skalicky’s Sweet Sensations. Join student actors in this immersive theatre experience inspired by the popular novel by Lewis Carroll. Guests are encouraged to come in costume as their favorite literary character. The first 15 costumed participants will receive a take-home arts activity.
  • Mini Mosaic, a hands-on art activity with Tirazheh Eslami; Main Area. Show off your artistic talents and contribute to a public art project on campus.

Music Performance - Benjamin Hunter

5:30 - 7:00 p.m.

Benjamin Hunter, a Seattle-based polymath, is an award winning multi-instrumentalist, composer, creative/cultural advocate, social entrepreneur, producer, and educator. Ben plays in the internationally touring duo, Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons, as well as solo and with other local Seattle groups. In 2017, Ben composed music for a dance piece, Black Bois, that received critical acclaim opening at On the Boards, and performed at The Moore Theater in February 2020. He is the founder of Community Arts Create, co-founder of the Hillman City Collaboratory, co-founder of Black & Tan Hall, and currently serves as the Artistic Director of NW Folklife. He serves on the Seattle Music Commission, and co-chairs the Columbia Hillman Arts & Culture District. Benjamin is a 2019 Gordon Ekvall Tracie Memorial Awardee, a 2020/2021 Artist-in-Residence at On the Boards, and is a 2020 Artist Trust Fellowship Awards recipient.

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2:00 - 3:00 p.m.