Save the Date! June 5 Fox River Arts Ramble Features Work of 85 Artists From Aurora to St. Charles

Save the Date! June 5 Fox River Arts Ramble Features Work of 85 Artists From Aurora to St. Charles

On the first Saturday in June, you can celebrate the works of more than 85 artists at 17 venues in St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia and Aurora at a collaborative event called the Fox River Arts Ramble.

 “The public is invited to ‘ramble’ through these communities to enjoy and experience the abundance of talent we possess right here in our own back yard,” said Kathryn Hill, executive director of the St. Charles Arts Council. “I’m thrilled with the participation level and excitement that our area artists bring to the table!”

The event takes place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 5, at all 17 locations.

The Arts Ramble is a collaborative effort among Fine Line Creative Arts Center, the St. Charles Arts Council and Water Street Studio and was created to make artists and their studios/galleries accessible to the public.

Fine Line Creative Arts Center and Water Street Studios will host artists in outdoor tents and offer food and entertainment. The St. Charles Arts Council will host artists at Kava Diem Coffee Shop and will host an artist reception from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.  Other venues include local galleries and places of business.

2021 participating venues are:

AURORA

  • Aurora Art League
  • Aurora Regional Fire Museum
  • Gary Brown Art Gallery/Studio
  • Nieponski Gallery
  • The Cotton Seed Creative Exchange
  • The Perch
  • Vizo Arts
  • Wyckwood House

BATAVIA

  • 407 Elm Pop-Up Outdoor Gallery and Water Street Studios

GENEVA

  • Gallery 28
  • Haven Interiors Studio Gallery
  • Proud Fox Gallery & Frame Shop

ST. CHARLES

  • 116 Gallery at Mixology Salon Spa
  • Fine Line Creative Arts Center
  • Kava Diem
  • Waldron Designs

For further information, contact Kathryn Hill, executive director of the St. Charles Arts Council at info@stcharlesartscouncil.org.

SOURCE: St. Charles Arts Council news release