Art on the Green has had festival posters almost since the beginning in 1968, and holding a poster contest began in 1991. To kick off the celebrations for our 50th annual Art on the Green this summer, the majority of our past posters are currently on display at the Coeur d'Alene Library at the bottom of the large staircase. Stop by and have a look at our collection of posters - each one represents an Art on the Green, all the volunteer dedication and effort involved, and a beloved annual community gathering place. On display through February.
The 2018 Art on the Green Poster Contest is now open! The Citizens' Council for the Arts wants this poster to be especially great to celebrate our 50th annual Art on the Green. There is a $300 cash prize for the winner (the design will be used for festival posters, t-shirts and other merchandise). All specifications can be found here. DEADLINE: MARCH 20, 2018
Call for art for the 2018 Art on the Green Poster Contest. The Citizens' Council for the Arts wants this poster to be special to celebrate our 50th annual Art on the Green. There is a $300 cash prize for the winner (the design will be used for festival posters, t-shirts and other merchandise). All specifications can be found here. DEADLINE: MARCH 20, 2018
Happy New Year! Mark your 2018 calendars and plan to join us for an extra-special Art on the Green - our 50th! Art on the Green North Idaho College, August 3, 4, 5, 2018 | 1968-2018
There are many genres of art represented at Art on the Green, from rustic to playful to elegant. The booth of artist Yoshi Aoki of Seaside, Oregon has caught special attention at the festival because of his unique contemporary, organic art. "Using metal and various mixed media materials like wood, ceramic, concrete, I try to incorporate the balance between the movement and stillness that I find inherent in nature." Come and see Aoki's booth at Art on the Green at North Idaho College today!
Come join us for the last day of Art on the Green 2017. We will be open 10:00a to 5:00p today (Beer & Wine Garden 12:00-5:00p) and we have a great entertainment lineup in store! On the South Stage, our morning starts with an exhibit by the Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre, followed by country singer Colby Acuff, then the “Bob Dylan-esque” Prism, and ending with Nick Drummond of The Senate. Gypsy Soul will play on the North Stage, followed by pianist Scott Kirby. Closing acts to dance to on the North Stage will be the Sara Brown Band at 2:30p and Soul Proprietor at 4:00p. Our art booths include paintings, photography, pottery, glass works, metal works, wood works, jewelry, clothing, furniture, home decor, garden art and more. Come see it all at Art on the Green at North Idaho College today!