Welcome to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival

April 17-19, 2020 in Piedmont Park!

Mimosa 5K 2020

April 18, 2020 • 8 am • Piedmont Park

Artist Market Award Winners

Congratulations to last year’s winners! Thanks to all of the artists who participated.

An Atlanta staple for over 80 years, there is something for everyone at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. Virtually every kind of art imaginable is represented at the festival, with a nationally renowned, juried Fine Artist Market that includes sculpture, paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography and much more.

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February 18th, 6:07 pm

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February 14th, 12:30 pm

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February 12th, 8:11 pm

2020 Festival Artist Spotlight >> Explore Asian pop art with @John Ha. A graduate of the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design, the Vietnam-born artist currently lives in California. He creates images by manipulating multi-geometric color patterns. His vibrant work has been collected by the likes of Will Farrell, Queen Latifah and Sylvester Stallone. #artistmarket #fineart #fineartfestivals #atlantafestivals ... See MoreSee Less

2020 Festival Artist Spotlight >> Explore Asian pop art with @John Ha. A graduate of the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design, the Vietnam-born artist currently lives in California. He creates images by manipulating multi-geometric color patterns. His vibrant work has been collected by the likes of Will Farrell, Queen Latifah and Sylvester Stallone. #artistmarket #fineart #fineartfestivals #atlantafestivals

February 7th, 1:35 am

#TBT On April 19, 1936, Atlanta invites the world to attend her first Dogwood Festival. Walter Rich, president of ADF and founder of Rich’s department store, seeks to make Atlanta internationally known for the blooming of the dogwood trees during the week-long event. Trees are planted in all parts of Atlanta under the sponsorship of the garden clubs and public spirited citizens interested in the beautification of the city. Pageants, parades and carnivals sponsored by the Junior League, along with performances by the Metropolitan Opera, Philadelphia Symphony, and choruses from local colleges, are featured.

Postcard, ca. 1930–1945: “Dogwood Trees in Bloom, Atlanta, Ga”
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#TBT On April 19, 1936, Atlanta invites the world to attend her first Dogwood Festival. Walter Rich, president of ADF and founder of Rich’s department store, seeks to make Atlanta internationally known for the blooming of the dogwood trees during the week-long event. Trees are planted in all parts of Atlanta under the sponsorship of the garden clubs and public spirited citizens interested in the beautification of the city. Pageants, parades and carnivals sponsored by the Junior League, along with performances by the Metropolitan Opera, Philadelphia Symphony, and choruses from local colleges, are featured.  Postcard, ca. 1930–1945: “Dogwood Trees in Bloom, Atlanta, Ga”

February 5th, 3:44 am

2020 Festival Artist Spotlight >> Artist Evelyn Edmeades paints a variety of subject matter, including evocative landscapes, timeworn buildings and boats, vivid abstracts and graceful figuratives. Her textural works slowly evolve via dripping lines of paint, scratches and random markings. A photographer by education, Evelyn is a largely self-taught painter, which leaves her unbound by artistic convention and free to experiment with new styles. #fineartfestival #atlantafestivals #fineart ... See MoreSee Less

2020 Festival Artist Spotlight >> Artist Evelyn Edmeades paints a variety of subject matter, including evocative landscapes, timeworn buildings and boats, vivid abstracts and graceful figuratives. Her textural works slowly evolve via dripping lines of paint, scratches and random markings. A photographer by education, Evelyn is a largely self-taught painter, which leaves her unbound by artistic convention and free to experiment with new styles. #fineartfestival #atlantafestivals #fineartImage attachmentImage attachment
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Dogwood Festival Volunteers Are One of Our Most Valuable Assets!

Help us put on one of the largest and best arts festivals in the Southeast! We are looking for volunteers to add their expertise and enthusiasm to our 400+ member family. We have numerous opportunities for you to help your community, plus you’ll get a free t-shirt!

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