Join us OCT 19th 2019 for the 10-year anniversary of the valleys largest art festival!
For the most up-to-date information about Taste The Arts please check out our announcement page by clicking here
Artists registration is open!
Click here to information on how to register for Taste The Arts!
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10-year anniversary! Happening OCT. 19
Taste the Arts is an annual festival presented by the Arts Consortium— the official arts council of Tulare County. This annual event in downtown Visalia is a celebration of the rich cultural and artistic heritage of our community.
The Central Valley is known for the diverse crops grown in our area. This diversity also attracts a broad spectrum of cultures to our region, each with its own distinctive arts and traditions. Taste the Arts celebrates this multi-cultural background with an event just as unique!
Taste the Arts offers a full-day of free activities for the community. Check out more than 70 regional visual artists and their paintings, sculptures, steel work, photographs, gourds, and jewelry. Enjoy entertainment on two packed stages featuring musical acts, dance troupes, and cultural performers. Participate in aerosol art and printmaking workshops, or showcase your creativity in the Farmers Market "Fun with Food" sculpture contest. Take advantage of numerous youth activities and much, much more. ALL FOR FREE!
Don't forget to pick up your copy of the Watermark magazine.
To learn all about the Arts in Tulare County.
Grab your friends & family and tell them that Visalia is the place to be on October 19th! We'll see you there.
SEE WHAT HAPPENED AT TASTE THE ARTS 2018
The Garden Street Plaza to the Old Lumber Yard
Garden Street between Main Street and School Avenue
Help keep Taste The Arts 100% for the community of Tulare County