The 2022 Washougal Art Festival - We're Back
Saturday, August 13th, 9am - 4pm
Join us for this in-person celebration of local artists!
Check out the list below to preview the exceptional artists that will be displaying and selling their wonderful work! Stop by, discover something you love, and add some beautiful art to your world.
2022 Washougal Arts Festival Poster
Thank you, Tamara Dinius, for the beautiful 2022 Washougal Art Festival poster artwork.
The Swimming Hole, was inspired by family time spent at the Washougal River.
Explore The 2022 Washougal Art Festival Artists
Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance 2022 Honorees
Community Member Honoree
Alice Yang inspires young artists as the art teacher at Cape Horn-Skye Elementary and Canyon Creek Middle school. Yang believes the art room is where students, regardless of their future professions, find a safe space to explore ideas, examine and solve problems, learn skills like perseverance, and develop empathy. “Art by nature is inspirational,” she explained. “My students help me to maintain that drive.”
Outside of the classroom, she has played a significant leadership role with Washougal Youth Arts Month, is a member of the Columbia River Arts and Cultural Foundation, is the liaison to Clark County Arts Commission for Washougal, and most recently was coordinator of the new Parkersville Day event student art contest.
Through her school and community efforts, Yang’s goal is to help Washougal grow stronger together through art experiences. “I want each community member to feel important, valued, and cared for,” she said. “This will help us to weather any storm that comes our way. Long live the arts!”
Jeffree White owned and operated Washougal School of Music for five years, before he and wife, Kelli Rule, moved to Ajijic, Mexico earlier this year. His significant contributions to Washougal art include donations of musical performances at the Washougal Senior Center and Washougal Art Festivals, being a festival sponsor and donor to WACA, performing at WACA house concerts and many local establishments, helping those businesses promote and develop their music programs.
Giving back to the community with art was important for White. “I believe that people need to be uplifted with inspiring creations, and shown that art and music is participatory, not just consumptive,” he explained. “This can motivate people to be active in their community and give them purpose.”
The 2022 WACA Honorees will be recognized at a gathering to be held this fall. The public will be invited. For more information return here or follow WACA on Facebook.
Completed Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance Installations
There is a surprising amount of art in Washougal. Whether it is your first time here or you're a longtime resident looking to find out more about the art you see around town, we'd love to show you how many art installations there are. Click here for more details.
Become a Member of the Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance!
If there is room for more Art in your life, or you simply want to help out, here are some easy ways to become involved. Our goal is to inform and engage people like yourself who want to play a role in bringing more public art to Washougal. We are a non-profit and volunteer-run organization that runs almost entirely on the generosity of the community. Any donations go to the support of Art in Washougal.
Love art and share a passion to support local Washougal artists? Want more public art in Washougal? Please click below for membership information.
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There is far more Art in Washougal than meets the eye. See what there is... and see why we are so passionate in our support of Art and Artists here in Washougal.