See you May 6-7 at Cottonwood Park! Sat 10a-7p & Sun 10a-5p
THERE'S AN ART TO HAVING FUN IN CHALK
Watch Local 3D Chalk artist Jan Riggins transform the center of the festival by bringing “There’s an art to having fun” to life through chalk!
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2023 COTTONWOOD
Calling all artist! Cottonwood Art Festival is now accepting applications for the Spring 2023 show. Application are available online through Zapplication. Deadline to apply is January 6, 2023.
LOCAL MUSICIANS TAKE THE STAGE
Sing, dance, and enjoy a weekend of live music at Cottonwood on the Imagery Courtyard Main Stage and Acoustic Stage. View the line up and schedule below.
CONNECT WITH COTTONWOOD
View photo galleries from past Cottonwood shows, explore the Art, learn more about the Artist creative process and stay up to date with the latest news by following Cottonwood on Facebook.
VOLUNTEER AT COTTONWOOD
Join the Cottonwood family as a volunteer! Cottonwood’s interactive children’s area, ArtStop, needs your help staffing activities, organizing materials and helping our pint-size Picasso’s create their masterpieces. Be prepared to laugh and have fun, as ArtStop is a memorable experience for kids of all ages.
SHOP FESTIVAL MERCH
Shop the online Cottonwood store to purchase your favorite shirts, hats and other items from past festivals.
BLOG & NEWS
Cottonwood Art Festival announces the performance lineup for May 7-8 that will celebrate the 53rd semi-annual show at Cottonwood Park in Richardson. In addition to a juried art show featuring more than 200 artists from around the world, the free admission includes...
COTTWOOD ART FESTIVAL EMERGING ARTIST BEST OF SHOW & PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDSummaiyah Karim Richardson High School Acrylic, Pen, Needle and Thread, Watercolor, Colored Pencils I have been doing art from the moment I could pick up a pencil. I have always loved the...
Michelle McDowell Smith is a Floridian and her current body of work is titled Of Land and Sky, Whimsical and Free. The work’s focus is centered in longstanding memories, fleeting ideas, and hope for the future. Since 2014 Michelle has shown this body of work at more...