Fine Artists come together for 49th year of Arts & Apples Festival

According to a press release, each year, over 125,000 southeast Michigan residents and art enthusiasts welcome the fall season at Michigan’s second largest juried art fair that gathers more than 290 fine artists from across the country.  Paint Creek Center for the Arts’ (PCCA) prestigious Art & Apples Festival is now celebrating its 49th year and is proud to bring a 13th nationally ranked art fair to Rochester. The three-day event takes place September 5-7, 2014 in the scenic 30-acre Rochester Park. image001

“PCCA takes great pride in planning and executing such a prominent festival that continuously ranks in the top 10% of art fairs in the country,” said Tami Salisbury, executive director of Paint Creek Center for the Arts. “Visitors who attend the festival will be happy to see both familiar faces and exciting newcomers at the 2014 festival, and are sure to be impressed by the artistic talent brought to Rochester from across the country.”

The annual art festival is a program of the regional nonprofit art center, Paint Creek Center for the Arts. Located in downtown Rochester, PCCA has presented high-quality arts and cultural programming since 1982 including exhibitions, studio art classes, outreach programs, community involvement projects, and the Art & Apples Festival.

The 49th Annual Art & Apples Festival takes place September 5-7, 2014 in Rochester Municipal Park located in downtown Rochester, Michigan. Maps, directions and additional information is available at


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