Festival of the Arts
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Official Festival Apparel
Show your Festival spirit with by wearing official Festival of the Arts apparel!
While this year we’re still unable to enjoy the stages, live art and delicious food that’s so much a part of festival, we can still enjoy Plein Air artists and musicians throughout downtown – And do it all in style!
Visit our online store to easily purchase your favorite shirts, caps, and accessories… including this year’s Festival 2021 poster designed by local artist Kristin Zuller.
Not only is purchasing Festival gear a great way to show your support, they make great gifts as well. All proceeds go to fund the costs of Festival… stages, lighting, sound, volunteer training, safety, hospitality, and to pay performers.
About this year's Festival Poster
Festival of the Arts was a “thing” for our family. I think I was only 1 when I went to my first. My most vivid childhood memory of Festival was building wooden sculptures with glue and wooden blocks in all different shapes. It was my favorite thing about Festival. With the drastic ways in which we as humans have had to adjust socially, mentally, physically this past year, it’s caused many to think differently on how we can use creativity and imagination to move through really hard times. I wanted to create an imaginary space where there was joy, exploration, creativity, and peace while including a small nod to my memory of creating sculptures with my family and community at Festival every year.
Kristin Zuller - Poster Artist
Kristin Zuller is a multidisciplinary artist from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Obsessively curious, much of her work is based on exploration of different mediums and creative expression. As the artistically inclined child, drawing and painting were her first love, which created her path to over 15 years of experience in graphic design, identity and brand-building as a designer in the corporate space, and a full circle return to illustration and mural work. The recurring theme in her art is the power of the divine feminine rooted in nature and self-empowerment.