The 2014 Guest Gallery
Our 2014 Featured Artist
to learn more
Meet our 2013 Scholarship Winners
2014 scholarship applications
are now closed. Watch this
space for this year's recipients.
October 11 and 12, 2014
Sedona Red Rock High School
View this video and see some of the fun people had
last year at the Sedona Arts Festival.
Sedona Red Rock High School
995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road in West Sedona.
Click here for a map and directions
Admission: Why am I paying to shop?
Our Entry Fee supports the Sedona Arts Festival's Scholarship and Arts Education Programs. $1 Coupons are available at area businesses and hotels.
At the Gate:
Children 12 and under are FREE
PAY ONLINE AND SAVE! $8 FOR EVERYONE
We are a smoke-free event. Sorry, no pets allowed on property.
Our location on the campus of Sedona Red Rock High School prevents us from allowing pets on the property. For their safety, please leave your pets at home. Service animals are, of course, allowed.
The Sedona Arts Festival is our primary fundraiser to support art education in the greater Sedona area. To date, the Sedona Arts Festival has donated over $250,000 in scholarship and arts education funding.
Hours of Operation:
Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
125 artists from across the US will be showcasing their exquisite work against Sedona’s stunning red rock backdrop. Enjoy a wide variety of artistic creations in
● Ceramics ● Mixed Media ● Fiber Art ● Glass ● Photography
● Drawing ● Sculpture ● Jewelry ● Wood ● Metal ● Painting
2014 Sedona Arts Festival – Participating Artists
2014 overall Best of Show Winner, Adam Homan of Tucson, Arizona is pictured here with Sedona Mayor Rob Adams.
SEDONA RECYCLES in the KidZone!
Our interactive KidZone is a safe and creative environment for kids 12 and under to create their own masterpiece. This year, Sedona Recycles is turning our KidZone into an art studio! Sedona Recycles will be there to teach our youngest guests how to turn everyday items in our lives into treasured works of art!
Let the kids’ imaginations run wild as they create:
• African masks out of detergent containers
• Robots out of toilet paper rolls and pipe cleaners
• Banks out of plastic containers
• Metal can robots with magnets
• Fun earth friendly art projects that have been donated by Tlaquepaque Toy Town!
The key concepts of Reduce-Reuse-Recycle will be used as an integral part of the art projects to help educate children on the importance of recycling by saving the planet one thoughtful action at a time.
Sedona Recycles will also have an Outreach Booth which will help our community members and visitors enjoying the Sedona Arts Festival understand just how many everyday items can be recycled at the center which is located at 2280 Shelby Drive in Sedona. The intent is to provide good solutions to the sometimes confusing ways that waste matter is collected and provide an educational outreach on the many products that SRI can recycle that might otherwise become waste.
The Sedona Arts Festival and all KidZone activities are absolutely free to all chldren 12 and under.