Evergreen Arts Week


August 27th – September 5th

Details on the Evergreen Arts Week activities are available at evergreen-arts-week.mailchimpsites.com

This year the arts return to Evergreen in a big way with Evergreen Arts week, August 27 – Sept 5, sponsored by the Evergreen Artists Association (EAA) and Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE). Due to the pandemic, both organizations had to cancel their annual art shows last summer, but now they are back with both shows and a week of activities in between. 

Evergreen Arts Week kicks off August 27 with a concert at CAE (31880 Rocky Village Dr. in Evergreen) by Americana duo Moors & McCumber. Outdoor seating opens at 6:30 pm with the performance at 7 pm. Bring your own chair or blanket. Beer and wine will be available for donations (no outside alcohol is permitted). Food will be available for purchase from Slife’s Devil Dogs and Sweet Freeze Shave Ice. Tickets are available at evergreenarts.org for $25 (free for kids under 12).

EAA’s Evergreen Arts Festival returns to Buchanan Park August 28-29, 10 am – 5 pm with art, food and music. This juried event has been featuring the highest quality original artwork in a variety of media for 55 years, making it one of the longest running art festivals in Colorado. This year’s exhibitors include many returning favorites as well as a number of fresh new artists. Participating artists come from across the country as well as from the local community, bringing their imaginative and creative painting, sculpture, wood, photography, jewelry, glass and more. People’s Choice Award voting cards will be available at each artist’s booth and the information tent so attendees can support their favorite artists in this fun way.

Food vendors include Smoke on the Mountains BBQ, High Society Pizza, and more. Bands include El Javi, Wendy Woo, Dan Edwards, Ann Dam Johnson, The Joseph Armetta Jazz Trio, and Johnny T.

Parking is available at Evergreen Middle School and Bergen Meadow Elementary with free shuttle service. Limited paid parking will be available in the lot adjacent to Buchanan Park for a suggested donation of $5-10, which benefits PAC Rugby on Saturday and Conifer Softball on Sunday. Handicapped parking will be located directly on the baseball field, accessed through the paid parking lot (follow the signs).

Mystic Trinity Fine Art Gallery (28045 HWY 74, Evergreen) will host a live paint event featuring Western American impressionists Martin Beauchamp and Anna Moore sharing their different and intriguing cutting-edge styles. This event takes place August 28 and September 4, starting at 10 am.

Children’s Tie-Dye at CAE is a fun and free craft project for kids on August 30, 4:30-5:30 pm.

Shawn Janecek demonstrates her jewelry-making expertise in downtown Evergreen at Shadow Mountain Gallery (28186 HWY 74, Suite 2). Enjoy the demonstration and all the wonderful art in the gallery. August 31 10 am – noon.

Canvas & Cocktails at CAE will be a perfect night out and a chance to discover your creativity through painting, September 2, 7 – 9 pm. Advance registration is required at

evergreenarts.org. Tickets are $35/person (bring your own wine/beer/cocktails) or $45/person (2 drinks included, wine or beer).

Watch Paul Thisted’s oil painting demo at Shadow Mountain Gallery (28186 HWY 74, Suite 2) September 2, 11 am – 2 pm, September 3, 2 – 4 pm.

Evergreen Arts Week wraps up with CAE’s Summerfest Art Festival, September 4-5, 10 am – 5 pm at Buchanan Park. Summerfest features an array of over 65 gallery-quality fine art and fine craft vendors, live music, children’s activities, and food and beverages. Summerfest 2021’s presenting sponsor is Empire Nissan. There is a suggested donation of $5 for entry.