Celebrate Art

Tuesday, June 19th | 11am - 2pm

Color Me Mine and Channel One Food Bank

Enjoy art by 'Painting in the Park' with Color Me Mine. For only $10 you can paint a masterpiece that will be used to support Channel One's "Empty Bowls" fundraiser in the fall. Bring your creativity and give back to the community!

Stop by Rochesterfest and paint your own patriotic wooden sign for only $25 ($5 discount with a Rochesterfest button!) All necessary stencils, paint and project materials will be provided. Project will be available between 11a and 2p as long as supplies last! To guarantee your spot, pre-register your spot here!

Lori Ann Miller Art

Lori Miller, a Minnesota native. Born in Albert Lea and until college and moving to Rochester in her twenties, she calls it home here.

Art has always been an extremely important part of her life. It wasn’t until 2013 that it all came to a new and exciting level. Abstract, Contemporary and Still Life painting catapulted her to success. Teaching art classes for several years, owning her own studio and now a stationary Artist with SEMVA Gallery. So happy to be among such wonderful talent and part of the SEMVA Artist family.

Thinking Outside the Art Box

Thinking Outside the Art Box: Three Girl Scouts of Minnesota River Valleys are helping people cope with challenges that affect everyday life such as depression, grief, ADHD, limiting physical disorders, and many more. Several studies show that art can improve mental health. These young adults are making a difference by creating art boxes through their project "Thinking Outside The Art Box." Stop by to learn more!

Leisa Luis-Grill is a talented artist. Join us to Celebrate Art at Rochesterfest. Leisa will demonstrate her painting her talents and answer questions.

Joe Adamson's art has expanded into metal sculptures and restoration of both wood and metal items. He enjoys the challenge of metalworking. His torch work combines both reclaimed metal and old farm equipment. Joe's first metal art project was taking a combine threshing hammer and turning it into a gothic hammer. He found even more joy in transforming them into dragonflies. As with the metamorphosis of the dragonfly, Joe's work has taken him from the depths of the sea to the prairies of Minnesota, becoming organic in style with function reserved for special cases. Share in Joe's joy of metal and wood by visiting him at Rochesterfest to Celebrate Art!

Curt Butturff

Join Curt at Rochesterfest for a special public interactive photo installation. You can be a a part of art!

Pottery By Jessica

They say do what you love and you will never work a day in your life. I found my love for pottery in 2006. I have never been happier than when I am covered in mud creating one of a kind pieces, for people all over the US.