were featured. The largest exhibit was the Visual Arts Open Show with over
1,100 pieces of art submitted by artists from all over the region.
a series of hands-on arts activities. The Festival also partnered with the Lake
Oswego School District to present a high quality K-12 exhibit and the Lake
Oswego Foundation for the Arts to provide the Lake Oswego Arts Chronicle, an invited
visual art exhibit. The Festival, a sub division of the Lakewood Center for the
Arts, a non-profit arts center, is committed to arts education, performance and