46th ANNUAL ARTS FESTIVAL

FREE ADMISSION

FRIDAY, JULY 7: 
3:00PM - 8:00PM
SATURDAY, JULY 8:
10:00AM - 8:00PM
SUNDAY, JULY 9:
NOON - 5:00PM

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The Cain Park Arts Festival IS BACK!

For over four decades, the Cain Park Arts Festival brings to Northeast Ohio the work of hundreds of artists across the country. FREE admission will be offered for the three-day juried event. Supplemental to the art exhibits, food concessions and live entertainment will be available for people of all ages.  

The Festival is comprised of hundreds of captivating fine arts and crafts items (ceramics, glass, wood, sculptures, jewelry), and two-dimensional art pieces (painting, watercolors, hand-pulled prints, and photography). Items are available both for purchase and the visual delight of attendants. The admission jury for the festival consists of three visual arts professionals with evaluating experience. Jury choices are based exclusively on artistic merit as represented on the images submitted. Approximately 25 of the artists showcased are 2021 Festival Award Winners who were automatically accepted into this year's show.

The 2023 Cain Park Arts Festival is in part curated by Northeast Ohio award-winning artist, George Kozmon. His work is represented in prestigious public and private collections including the Cleveland Museum of Art, (Cleveland, OH), the Akron Art Museum (Akron OH), Hyatt Regency (Cologne, Germany), IBM (Armonk, NY), the Butler Institute of American Art (Youngstown, OH), Astor Residence Hotel (London, England), and the Progressive Collection, (Cleveland OH).

During festival, live entertainment will be set up at the Alma Theater and the Evans Amphitheater.



See you at the Cain Park Arts Festival 46th Anniversary!

The Cain Park Arts Festival takes place in a municipally owned and operated park in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. A diverse, progressive, vital suburb of Cleveland with nearly 50,000 residents, Cleveland Heights promotes an environment rich in the arts. Minutes from University Circle, Cleveland's cultural center, Cleveland Heights is a city of exceptional natural and architectural beauty where many artists and artisans call home.  

No pets, bicycles, rollerblades or skateboards are admitted. No courtesy vehicles will be in operation during the Arts Festival.