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U M P Q UA VA L L E Y A RT S P R E S E N T SSJThe 52nd AnnualUMMERARTSUNE2725, 262&1FES TIVAL20ART BOOTHSLIVE MUSICPERFORMANCESLOCAL FOOD TRUCKSCRAFT BEER & WINECommunityArt ProjectsYoung Artist ZoneClay Demos, Nonprofits& Photo BoothsSUMMER FUN!ARTWORK BY LISA MORRISON HUBBARDfriday 12pm - 9pm saturday 10am - 9pm sunday 10am - 4pmadmission per person: 5 families: 15 under six freeNORM & KATHYSMITH

WELCOME TO THE SUMI T TA K E S A V I L L A G herA tssA sociationandfirstFestivalfolks:rA arilynWoodrich,RaySims,Image credit: John and Judy WallerAS WE LOOK BACK WITH REVERENCE, WELOOK AHEAD WITH EXCITEMENT.Hello friends! Welcome to the 52nd Annual Summer Arts Festival.We made it! Can you feel the excitement?This year, as we look to the past for the wisdom of those whobegan our beloved Summer Arts Festival, we’re moved by thecommitment to living a creative life that those first few artistsdemonstrated as they laid plans for what would turn into anannual event for our community. The tradition of Summer ArtsFestival is truly one of Douglas County’s greatest treasures.Fifty two years ago, there was only one food vendor and a fewlocal artists. Today, in 2021, we celebrate our annual communityArts Festival with over a 90 artist vendors, more than a dozenculinary experiences, two stages of local creative acts, over 150volunteers and our community of festival goers- more than10,000 of you come to hang out with us over the weekend eachsummer! This year, more than ever, we’ve missed seeing yourbright and shining faces. Please come and have fun with us, let uscelebrate what we share, creativity and the love of this beautifulplace!This gem of a community event would absolutely not be possiblewithout the attention of many dedicated volunteers who showup to help create the Summer Arts Festival experience. Many ofthe folks that volunteer for the Festival have been on the teamover 25 years! UVA provides multiple opportunities for creativeexpression in our community. One of these opportunities, theSummer Arts Festival, brings our community together for aweekend to celebrate and appreciate creativity in each of us.After the festival, come see us for art exhibits, classes, workshops,special events, kid’s art programs like Art Express and art campfor kids! Membership at UVAA offers even more wonderfulbenefits to explore and express your individual creativity.As we move forward from this festival, we are excited about thefuture for UVA. This year, the organization is celebrating its owngolden anniversary. Won’t you join us around the table as weplan the next part of our legacy? Check our website for excitingupcoming events and your opportunity to join our volunteerteam! www.uvarts.com“THE REAL VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY CONSISTS NOT INSEEKING NEW LANDSCAPES, BUT IN SEEING” -Marcel Proust

MMER ARTS FESTIVAL!THE JOY OF MAKINGSee for yourself how it’s done and join in the fun.TH E YOUNG ART IST ZONEThis year the Kid Zone is full of magic. Non-stop activities thatwill fill children of all ages with creative joy! Come and createwith us.N O N -PR O F I TSFind out about local service work and charities by visiting thenon-profit area located near the Information Booth. Learn howyou can get involved! We’re excited to welcome the followingnonprofits:PH OTOBOOTHA RT DEM O N ST R AT I O N S & G UI L D SYou can pose as models in our photo booth reminiscent of thefamous 1930’s “American Gothic” painting by artist Grant Woodor use props to discover a whole new you! Send the picturesup on social media to show your friends and family and use theU MPQUA WOODCARVE RS GU IL Dhashtag #uvarts #summerartsfestival.wood into vases, plates, candle holders, and other original works ofWatch master wood carvers work! Observe them transform rawart.CO M MUNITY ART PROJECTParticipate in an art project with your community by the familystage! Come and join us to make crafts that you can bond overand bring home. Give yourself the gift of having a studio sessionwhere you’ll be free to create your own work of art and have fundoing it!C E RAMICSWatch students of UVA’s Clay Place studio give demonstrations ofwheel throwing and hand building with clay. The Clay Place offersclasses year-round for beginning to intermediate level students.Visituvarts.com for more information.STO N E AG E CONC RETE GA MESSurf the grounds and find concrete a ping pong, foos andU MPQUA F LY F ISH E RSchess tables scattered about. Stop and have some fun on theseLearn how to cast your line with free Casting Instructions onincredibly fun works of Art made by Lem James and Stone Ageconcrete Games, Inc. right here in Roseburg!Saturday and Sunday on the soccer field located near food court andmain stage area from 11am to noon.

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2021 ART, FOOD & WINE VENDORSFestival Dates: June 25 - 27, 2021HOW A RT I STS ARE CHOS E N:“The extraordinary artwork which graces the Festival is the result of a careful evaluation process. Artistapplications are reviewed by three jurors who assess the images submitted by the artists along with an artiststatement. During this process the artists remain anonymous to the jury.Jurors take into consideration quality of works and overall presentation. After much discussion, theindividual scores are tallied and the top scores in each catagory receive an invitation to show in the Festival.CONGRATULATIONS to all the Artists accepted into this year’s 52nd Annual Summer Arts Festival!”-Sandee McGee, UVA Gallery Director2D MIXED MEDIABRUCE ALLISONPAPERWINGS STUDIOBOOTH# 49STEPHEN JAMES CLARKS. JAMES CLARKBOOTH# 73LINDA DOMNICKMUFFET DESIGNSPOSTAGE STAMP ARTBOOTH# 102AIMEE FOGOROSLAND OF THE LOST GIRLBOOTH# 86SHINAI GRZEBIELSKI ARTISTRY BY SHINAIBOOTH# 23LAURA NOELLAURA NOEL ARTBOOTH# 45DANIELLE WENEPASSION DRAWN IN INKBOOTH# 953D MIXED MEDIARYAN ALEXANDEREMERALD CITY WINDSPINNERSBOOTH# 104LAURA ALLEMANTHE ECLECTIC EDGEBOOTH# 18KELLIE WEBB SIXBERRYADOPT A SOCKPUPPETBOOTH# 74SHARON BEDFORDSHARON BEDFORDBOOTH# 46PAULINE WHITCHURCHGWYNETH MANLEYWHIMSICANS BY PAULINE STUDIO GWYNETHBOOTH# 109BOOTH# 50JOHN BOTELLOSUN CHAIRSBOOTH# 43BOB BAIRDBOB’S LOONEY BALOONSBOOTH# 126CANDIE DAGELCK DESIGN TREASURESBOOTH# 72CERAMICSDENNIS DANZDENNIS D. DANZBOOTH# 44ASHLEY DOBSONUPCYCLED ANTIQUESBOOTH# 17PATRICK HEMINGWAYINTREPID ARTBOOTH# 119MIKE IGOMIKE IGOBOOTH# 20ROXY SCHULTZWILD BY DESIGNBOOTH#117BOB WALKERBOB WALKERBOOTH# 62PETER ALSENPETER ALSEN RAKUPOTERYBOOTH# 56ROBERT JOHNSONPSYCHOCERAMICSBOOTH# 66FIBERSSHANNON BARNARDK9 BYTESBOOTH# 10MEGAN CROUCHNEEDLE AND OAKBOOTH# 70M.KAY BECKHAMM. KAY BECKHAMBOOTH# 67ENRIQUE DE LOS ANGELESDE LOS ANGELESWEAVINGBOOTH# 87KEVIN CARSONCARSON CLAY WORKSBOOTH# 55ROBERT DUNCANROBERT DUNCANBOOTH# 13BRUCE FINCHRAKU PAINT YOUR OWNPOTTERYBOOTH# AJOYANNA ELLISBUCKLE JAMESBOOTH# 40FRANK GOSAROFF CENTER CERAMICSBOOTH# 26LOBSANG GYATSOKEY TO TIBETBOOTH# 94CORRIENNE GEDDESHANDWOVENSTUDENT GALLERYMARY MALONESHE SHED CREATIONSBOOTH# 101

SANDY MEDAKSANDRA MEDAKBOOTH# 106CAROLYN ST. CLAIREHIBBARDCAROLYN ST. CLAIREHIBBARDSTUDENT GALLERYALEXA WAUGHL AND L CREATIONSBOOTH# 76RACHEL WOBROCKSIMPLY ESSENTIALWARESBOOTH# 123FOODSVINCENT FRENCHPOP-AAHS KETTLE CORNBOOTH NEAR FAMILYSTAGELAURA TEAGUELAURA TEAGUE JEWELRYBOOTH# 92DAVID JOHNS(SPICEMAN)OREGON FLVORACKBOOTH# 42ETHEL STRATTONCELIA’S GOURMETFOODSBOOTH# 58JERRIE THOMASGOODOG BONESBOOTH# 100HOMEGOODSNATALIE BROWNPOPPY LAYNE CLOTHINGBOOTH# 113MELINDA LUSKTHE HEMP SOAP COBOOTH# 90KERI ROIDGROWING MIRACLESLAVENDER GARDENBOOTH# 75JEWELRYLORI DOWNSSIMPLISTIC DESIGNSJEWELRYBOOTH# 71MITRA GRUWELLDISCARD UPCYCLINGBOOTH# 120CHRISTINE HARTSOCKCEH CREATIONSBOOTH# 121DAWN HEMSTREETDAWN HEMSTREETJEWELRYBOOTH# 91KRISANN KOSEL“K SQUARED JEWELRYBOOTH# 55TAYLOR MESERVETAYLOR MESERVEBOOTH# 25ANDRE PERRYSOLAR CRYSTAL ARTBOOTH# 85SHARON SAWICKISHARON SAWICKIJEWELRYBOOTH# 98, 99SAM SCHARFSCHARF FAMILYJEWELERSBOOTH# 125MARIA SPARKSSTEAMPUNK NATIONBOOTH# 96, 97BRYNN STRICKLANDBRYNN STRICKLANDBOOTH# 107LAURA TEAGUELAURA TEAGUE JEWELRYBOOTH#92ERICA VILLALOBOSTOKIO ELECTRO /SWITCHBLADE SISTERSBOOTH# 110NED WIBERGTUNDRA DESIGNSBOOTH# 103METALWORKDANIEL BURGESSDB METAL ARTBOOTH# 82ELAINE KUNISL2R RANCH, INC.BOOTH# 93JAMES MCCLUREMACSARTBOOTH# 80, 81RALPH SHARPDRC STUDIOBOOTH# BJUDI DANIELSONJUDI DANIELSONWATERCOLORSSTUDENT GALLERYPATSY FRETWELLPASTY FRETWELLBOOTH# 51ABBI HAYESABBI HAYESBOOTH# 15DALE KURTZDALE KURTZ PAINTINGBOOTH# 68LYNDA MASONLYNDA MARIE GRACEBOOTH# 36JUSTIN TROXELMANCRAFTBOOTH# 77SHIRLEY READESHIRLEY READE ARTWORKSBOOTH# 115GINGER TRUTERUSTIQUE METAL ARTSBOOTH# 38, 39MAILE SANDCANOPY STUDIOBOOTH# 83PAINTINGKIM WINBERRYWATER PLUS INKBOOTH# 124SHANNON AGEEDREAM CRAFTERSBOOTH# 115CYNDI BLUEC. BLUE ARTBOOTH# 118RANDALL CASERANDALL CASE ARTBOOTH# 29PAZ WINSHTEINPAZ-ART PAINTINGBOOTH# 33PHOTOGRAPHYEVAN KOVASITEK PHOTOGRAPHYBOOTH# 41RACHEL PELLOWBHAKTIBEE ARTBOOTH# 65

JOHN & KATHRYNWHELAND WHELANDPHOTOGRAPHYBOOTH# 57KATHY ZIMMERMANKATHY ZIMMERMANPHOTOGRAPHYBOOTH# 111WOODWORKINGTHECRAFTOF ARTMAKINGcome see themasters of theircraftNONPROFITSDARLENE CHAPMANCOW CREEK HEALTH ANDWELLNESSBOOTH# CNEYSA HEMINGWAYROSEBURG FOODPROJECTBOOTH# GJENIFER CARNESJENIFER CARNESBOOTH# 122ERIN MAIDLOWUMPQUA VALLEY FARMTO SCHOOLBOOTH# FWALTER DICKOVERHANDCRAFTED MYRTLEWOODBOOTH# 53, 54MIKE MCCOYUMPQUA VALLEY FLYFISHERSBOOTH# DSTACEY FERNANDEZSTACEY FERNANDEZBOOTH# 60DOUG MYERS PROJECTUMPQUA HEALINGWATERSBOOTH# EMATT HALLMANHALLMAN WOODWORKSWOODWORK 63, 64JIM NORRISJIM NORRISBOOTH# 61TIMOTHY PARKERFEEDOM WOODWORKINGBOOTH# 116RAYMOND SMITHWANNA SPOON?BOOTH# 52MARCIE YODERMARCIE ART PNWBOOTH# 69DOUGLAS MYERSFLY FISHINGVETERANSGWEN SODERBERGCHASEUMPQUA VALLEY STEAMHUBBOOTH# 7JUDITH STENSLANDOREGONOLD TIME FIDDLERSBOOTH# 59CAROL STEWARTUMPQUA CARVERSBOOTH# 1FUN/ART/CRAFTMAKING & DEMOSBRUCE FINCHRAKU C E RAMICSBOOTH# ALAURA NOELLAURA NOEL ARTGLASSWORK DEMOBOOTH# 45WOOD CARVER’S GUILDWOOKWORKI NGBOOTH# 1UVA COMMUNITY ARTPROJECTBOOTH #8YOUNG ARTIST ZONE PROJECTS FOR YOUTHYOUTH ZONE (EAST ENDOF BUILDING)BOB BAIRDBOB’S LOONEY BALOONSBOOTH# 126 - YOUTHZONE (EAST END OFBUILDING)LEM JAMESSTONE AGE CONCRETEGAMES. INC.VARIOUS LOCATIONSTHROUGHOUT FIR GROVEPARK

FOOD TRUCKSASIAN CONCESSIONSYakisoba noodles, teriyaki chicken, BBQchicken stick, sweet & sour chicken,lemon chicken, fried shrimp, springrolls, sodas, water.JUST WINGIN’ ITExperience southern home stylecooking at its BEST! - since 1968! Thisculinary gem of a food truck hailesfrom Forest Grove, OR and will roll intotown exclusively for Douglas County’slargest festival.UMPQUA DAIRYOregon’s Umpqua Dairy ice creamreflects the quality and freshness of itslocally sourced milk. Cool down witha cone or cup of Umpqua Dairy IceCream.LOCAL BREWS& WINESMcMENAMINSHomemade fried bread (elephantA neighborhood gathering spotthroughout Oregon and Washingtonsince 1983, McMenamins handcraftstheir own beer and proudly serves it atears), funnel cakes, giant curly fries,the Summer Arts Festival.HOMEMADE FRIED BREADcorndogs! Pure festival yummy-ness!FOON ESTATE VINEYARDSKING CONCESSIONSHigh Roller Wraps, rice bowls, andhandcrafted flavored lemonades.RIVERBLENDZ COFFEEHawaiian shaved ice, espresso drinks(lattes etc), coffee, real fruit smoothies,rages (blended coffee), Italian sodas,water.Foon Estate Vineyard is an expressionof what we love and believe andof who we are. We are proud to beable to offer these wines as uniqueexpressions of what the Umpqua Valleyin general, and our small terroir inparticular, have to offer and we aredelighted at the praise lavished onour wines by those who have come toknow and enjoy them. Salud!ROLLING THUNDER BBQPulled pork & chicken sandwiches,linguica sands, St. Louis style ribs,tri-tip sandwiches, hamburgers,cheeseburgers, veggie burgers, lobsterrolls, Greek orzo salad, potato salad,chips, sodas, water.THE WURST FOOD CARTAuthentic German Food! All of oursausages and schnitzels are of thehighest quality, raised in Oregonand green certified. From our icecream to our onions, over 75% of ouringredients are sourced from our state.COME TASTETHE L AND OFY-UMPQUA!FOODTR UCKS LOCALBR EWS &WI NES

ONSTAG EStay close to anything that makes you feel you areglad to be alive. Plant the seeds for a sustainablefuture. Connect, respect, listen to music, dance, eatgreat food, and enjoy the golden hour with us at Firf riday JUNE 25 saturday June 26 3:00 pm MELISSARUTH & THE LIKELYSTORIES3:00 pm THE COLIN TRIOMelissa plays rhythm guitar and vocals,Johnny Leal plays lead, slide and rhythmguitar as well as bass whilst Jimmy Lealis on drums. Everything has a lovelyopen sound. Come enjoy the gorgeousmelodies as they give us roots music atits best!Less of a trio and more of a tripleheaded hydra roving through an alluringarray of genre-blending styles, The ColinTrio is anything but typical.5:00 pm GREG NESTLERBANDA four piece rock/funk/blues band whoplays a mix of originals and covers fromartists like Jimi Hendrix, Stevie RayVaughan, John Mayer, Bill Withers, etc.5:00 pm THE MONARCHHOTEL7:00 pm THE GRADUATINGCLASSIndie pop-rock duo (from Roseburg!)that performs as a 5-piece band withinfluences that include the Killers, TameImpala, and Radiohead. Come and enjoythe clean contemporary melodic soundsof the Monarch Hotel.Following a series of concurrentmisfortunes in 2018, Queant – leadsongwriter – found a Dave SmithProphet and retreated into his basementto write their hit songs. Don’t miss theupbeat modern melodies of this band!sunday June 27 M AINSTAGESCHEDUL E7:00 pm THAT OTHER BANDCome sway to some original Funk,Motown, Blues, and R&B with this localgem of a Band. That Other Band slaysand stays in Roseburg.12:00 pm KELLY THIBODEAUX& ETOUFEEA Led by the fiddler Mr. KellyThibodeaux of Baton Rouge, Louisiana,Etouffee combines red hot fiddle,shufflin’ rhythm and blues, and kickin’Southern rock to create an exciting newsound known as Swamp Rock.Have dinner with us all three nights! Enjoy a delicious local meal,a drink, and ice cream while watching live music on a sunnysummer night underneath our shade cloth!

FAMILY STAGE SCHEDULEf riday JUNE 25 saturday June 26 2:00 PM DAVID ROGERSA Solo Guitar Artist Originally from theDetroit area, David Rogers has been along-term Oregon transplant, havingmoved to the State to be a full-timemusician with the Oregon ShakespeareFestival in Ashland.12:00 PM CHITWOODSTUDIO OF DANCEChitwood Studio of Dance, Susan B.Chitwood director and choreographer,presents classical ballet with 26incredible local youth performers.4:00 PM OREGONOLD TIME FIDDLERSEnjoy the expert and upbeat sounds ofthis local group. The Oregon Old TimeFiddlers play folk and Americana musicto dance to!6:00 PM DIVA DANCERSWe are an inclusive group of individualswith a wide variety of backgroundsand dance experience located righthere in Roseburg. We inspire women,in particular, to love their bodies andto move with confidence. We love andsupport each other not only in ourdancing, but in our life struggles andcelebrations.2:00 PM DOUGLAS COUNTYYOUTH ORCHESTRAInstructors of the Douglas County YouthOrchestra work with students throughoutthe Roseburg area to learn violin, viola,cello, and bass in group rehearsals aswell as one-on-one private lessons.Today, you’ll hear a wide variety of music,some that you might even be able to singalong to!4:00 PM ELLIE’S DANCE TEAMThis is the group of students from Ellie’sdance team working at Winston martialarts. They offer all different styles ofdance and martial arts and serve alldifferent ages and levels.6:00 PM THE MAXNow what you have all been waitingfor, ‘The Max’ vocal juggling Duo fromright here in Roseburg. Dan and LindaMcNeary have been juggling this actfor some fifty years now and, and havealmost got it down! So sit tight, hold onto your seats and watch out for flyingbowling pins.sunday June 27 10:00 AM AULANI HULAHALUAU HULA DANCERSSharing the spirit of Aloha ensures ourancestral knowledge will continue togrow throughout the world2:00 PM PERPETUALMOTION BELLY DANCERSGet ready to see many different stylesof Middle Eastern and American Styledance, costuming, and movements! Solodancers and troupes, a flurry of color,smiles, and amazing talent, always inPERPETUAL MOTION!FAMILY STAGE HIGHLIGHTS: UVA is excited to have Aero Ankle as our Master of Ceremonyfor the 52nd Annual Summer Arts Festival. Aero hales from Myrtle Creek and is a TheatreMajor at the University of Oregon.LISTEN, LEARN, LOVE

WECREATEARTOur Arts Center has been providing creativeexperiences for youth in Douglas County for 50 years!Through our Arts in Education Program, Artists inResidence Program, Young Artist Gallery Exhibits,Field Trips, Summer Camps for Youth and the YouthZone at the Summer Arts Festival we’ve providedart classes and hands on lear ning to thousands ofchildren. Thank you Umpqua Valley Arts Associationfor supporting our youth and expanding imaginationsthroughout Douglas County and beyond! V isit ourInformation Booth at Summer Arts Festival to becomea Member today!The Umpqua Valley Arts AssociationProviding 50 years of arts appreciation and education forboth youth and adults in Douglas County.Find out more about our Art Exhibits, Adult Classes, Workshops, Special Events andSummer Art Camps for Young Artists: www.uvarts.com

IT TAKES A VILL AGE“ T H IS EVEN T I S M A D E P O S S I B L E BY MA JOR COMMU N ITY SU PP ORT OF TH E ARTS . T HEREA R E S O M AN Y WH O D E S E R VE O U R G RATITUDE AN D APPRECIATION .TH IS IS JU ST T HEBEG IN N IN G . T H A N K YO U ! ” ( A B OVE IMAG E: OUR FOU N DE RS)IT TA K ES A VILL AGEIt is such a privilege to be a part of a tradition thatmakes this the 52nd Annual Summer Arts Festival!It’s a tribute to the creative spirit, which is inherentlyhuman. Not reserved for artists only, creativity cantake many forms of expression.None of this is possible without the efforts of anincredible volunteer force which begins with theUVA Board of Directors: Kirk Harvey, Betty Tamm,Lisa Redcay, Nancy Lehrbach, Betti Manfre, JulietePalenshus, and Delores Spencer. THAN K YOU Delores Spencer is chair of theArts Festival Committee. She is joined by UVA’sSummer Arts Festival Committee members: CarmaFisher, Bonnie Ankle, Mike Stringer, Doug Holloway,Dick Worthey, and UVA Staff: Emily Brandt, SarahHolborow, Sandee McGee, Stella Moon, and AmandaWalters. Renee Couture, Betti Manfre and JenniferTarver juried this year’s art vendor submissions.And then. there are the 150 Festival volunteerswithout whom none of this could happen. T H A N KYOU FOR YOUR COM M IT T M E NT, YO U RK INDNE SS AND CARE . And T HA N K YO Uto our sponsors, whose support emphasizes thecollaborative spirit of an event that is a truecelebration of community and creativity.Our sponsors recognize the importance of supporting the arts and traditional inour community. They have chosen to invest hard earnings to sponsor the SummerArts Festival. We’re grateful to have their support year after year and to partner withthem in bringing the Summer Arts Festival to our community.NORM & KATHYSMITH

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