The Fresh Art Festival, which celebrated its twenty-sixth year on the weekend of October 10th, is an exciting way for young and old artists alike to showcase their work and attract interest from potential buyers. The area attracts a huge number of visitors each year to see the various artists and studios. While the arts industry has had a steady decline in recent years, it continues to grow in popularity due to the popularity of festivals.
The festival is a non-profit organization which supports the growth of the arts and culture in Sweden. It began as a small group of Swedish citizens who met in Stockholm in 1997. Today the festival attracts people of all ages and cultures to Sweden, from all over the world. The main aim of the festival is to encourage young and new artists to create, display and sell their works in the hope of finding a home within the market place. It also seeks to promote the importance of the arts as a cultural and societal development tool and encourages young artists to continue with their career at the very young age of 21 years old.
In addition to offering support and encouragement, the festival helps to promote the growth of young artists through the exchange of artistic ideas, experiences and advice. The festival runs an open workshop on the Friday of the festival. This workshop is especially aimed at children and teenagers and is a great opportunity for both artists and parents to meet with the children and discuss their art project in more detail. The workshops are also an excellent opportunity to interact with other artists and get valuable advice from experienced artists.
The festival also holds a number of workshops throughout the month of October, giving local, international art buyers an opportunity to attend and learn more about the art and design industry in Sweden. There are also opportunities to purchase artwork for the art studio, or the family!
The artists, including emerging and established artists, present works that can be described as modern art in all forms. The art includes sculpture, paintings, drawings and photography as well as performance art. The workshops include live demonstrations by the artists as well as live music to entertain the visitors.
There are also opportunities to participate in the Fresh Art Tour. These tours allow visitors the opportunity to experience the exhibition of local artwork as well as explore the different areas and visit the many local markets and galleries.
The festival is also the location of numerous artistic events, where visitors have the chance to view and participate in local events such as artist demonstrations and live music. This is a great opportunity to socialize with other visitors and experience the atmosphere of Stockholm in a unique way. Many local, international artists also attend the festival to perform at the opening of the exhibition and during the closing night.
For those looking to purchase artworks for their art studio, there are also opportunities to purchase artworks during the Fresh Art Tour. However, you will need to obtain a specialist permit from the Swedish Department of Trade and Development (STID) in order to do so. As long as you are a resident of Sweden you will be able to buy items from this exhibition.
Visitors to the Fresh Art Festival are often amazed by the choice of artwork that is available to them. This exhibition and the many workshops hosted there provide an excellent opportunity to find local artists who are ready and willing to work with you.
The Fresh Art Festival is organised by the Swedish Arts Council (SAK) and is an important event in the wider cultural calendar. It allows local artists a chance to showcase their talents to potential buyers and visitors from Europe and beyond.
This unique exhibition has been a big success since it first opened. The majority of the artists have been able to reach out to international buyers and obtain a good amount of international interest. In addition to this, local artists are able to increase their visibility. through this show and gain exposure to potential buyers and collectors.