Herberger Festival of the Arts

3,500 celebrate the arts in our community at annual festival

About 3,500 people attended the Herberger Festival of the Arts on Nov. 4 in downtown Phoenix. The day celebrated the arts in our community with performances by more than 25 arts organizations, including a selection from Swan Lake performed by Ballet Arizona dancers. In addition, guests enjoyed live music on two outdoor stages, children’s activities, food, pet adoptions, aerial performances, craft beer and wine tasting, and vendor booths.

The Dance Shoppe performs

The children’s activities area included face painting, creating crowns, making sculpture out of dry air clay and reading activities.

PHOTOS BY APATROU PHOTOGRAPHY

A masterpiece under development children’s activities area

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