Charleston, W.V.—FestivALL Charleston celebrates its 6th FestivALL Fall. The festival will extend the popular city-wide multi-arts summer event into autumn for a weekend full of visual art, music, dance, theatre and family fun from October 19-22, 2017.
Christine Keller has been a FestivALL artisan for five years and sets the bar high for ALL of our jewelers every year with her “Chrizart Creations”. Her jewelry is known from coast to coast and around the world due to her high-quality designs and from the help of organizations like the Tamarack Foundation.
Melony Gingery is a West Virginia sculptor who has been a part of the FestivALL Art Fairs for the past two years. She will return during FestivALL Fall at the Harvest Art Fair located at the Woman’s Club of Charleston.
Over the past 11 years Jude Binder has been the face behind the face of FestivALL, literally. You've seen the iconic "FestivALL Princes" on our promotional materials for years, and also at our events where she dances in her beautifully crafted masks and costumes. She adapted this title of "Princess" after performing at one of our FestivALL events in her Marie Antoinette-style wedding dress that was her daughter-in-laws. Children at the event started calling her a princess, and the nickname has stuck ever since.
We would like to extend our thanks to you and yours for joining us this FestivALL! We celebrated our 13th year with a vibrant array of talent in the capital city. June became a work of art with the help of our community and the talents we welcomed to town. Our artists, the City of Charleston, donors, sponsors, volunteers, staff and attendees continue to make FestivALL the largest arts festival in the state of West Virginia, and we thank you for that!