The Bellevue Festival of the Arts…
is a juried arts and crafts fair located just across Lake Washington from Seattle. Its prime location by Cost Plus World Market, just north of Bellevue Square, is in the heart of a vibrant city. Produced by the Craft Cooperative of the Northwest, and organized by artists, it continues to support a variety of non-profits with proceeds from the festival. Celebrating its 33rd year in 2017, the festival features 200 of the most talented and popular artisans, musicians and craftspeople from the Northwest and beyond. The Bellevue Festival of the Arts takes place the last full weekend in July in downtown Bellevue, Washington along with the two art fairs, Bellevue Art Museum’s ARTSfair and Bellevue’s 6th Street Fair.
2017 Bellevue Festival of the Arts: July 28-30, 2017
The Bellevue Festival of the Arts is a committed community partner and the proceeds from the festival are donated to various local and global charities. The Bellevue Festival of the Arts also works in partnership with local educators and features local non profits in the festival.
Our contributions and community partners include:
// Education at Elevation – Enriching the Lives of Children in Eastern Tibet
// L’Arche Noah Sealth of Seattle
// CERF-Craft Emergency Relief Fund
// Bellevue Christian School
// American Indian College Fund
// Standing Rock Sioux Nation – Water Protectors
// Teen Feed – Service Links for Youth Program