Dogwood Arts Festival
Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
For more than half a century, the Dogwood Arts Festival has celebrated the natural and cultural beauty of East Tennessee. For the entire month of April, Dogwood Arts Festival will feature a vibrant mix of blooming gardens and trails, visual arts, crafts, theater, dance, music, film, and literary arts.
March 25-April 6: A beautiful exhibition of smaller-scale sculptures from all genres and materials. U.T. Downtown Gallery – 106 South Gay Street.
A Very Special Arts Festival
April 3: An inspiring celebration where children with mental and physical challenges celebrate the arts. West High School.
Student Art Exhibition
April 4-26: Knoxville’s next generation of artists is on display, featuring the work of gifted art students from area schools. Clayton Center for the Arts – 502 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy, Maryville 37804.
Art in Public Places Knoxville
April 5, 2013-March 7, 2014: A world-class exhibition of large-scale outdoor sculptures enlivens downtown Knoxville and the McGhee Tyson Airport.
Regional Fine Art Exhibition
April 5-26: Progressive emerging and professional regional artists exhibit their work in a variety of genres. Emporium Center for the Arts – 100 South Gay Street.
Rhythm N’ Blooms
April 5-7: Experience East Tennessee’s historical and present role in American Roots music with performances by a who’s who of locally and nationally-renowned musicians. Pass required.
April 6: Downtown sidewalks become the canvas for professional and student artists during this street painting festival in Market Square and Krutch Park.
Dogwood Trails, Open Gardens, and Camera Sites
April 10-28: Explore more than 60 miles of trails, open gardens, camera sites, and historic homes as you enjoy a walk, bike ride, or drive. Farragut is the 2013 featured trail.
Market Square Art Fair
April 12-14: Downtown Knoxville is transformed into a lively street fair with high-quality arts and crafts booths, demonstrations, entertainment, and culinary arts.
Bikes & Blooms
April 20-21: Experience the Dogwood trails the lean, green way – on a bicycle by way of an organized or self-guided ride.
Dogwood Art DeTour
April 20-21: Local artists open their studios and take you behind the scenes of their creative processes.
Most of the Festival’s wide range of arts events, performances, and exhibitions are offered to the public free of charge. For more information, including a complete Festival Calendar of Events and ticket information, visit dogwoodarts.com.
Dogwood Arts is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization whose mission is to promote and celebrate our region’s arts, culture, and natural beauty. ORNL Federal Credit Union is the presenting sponsor of the Festival. For more information, a complete Festival Calendar of Events, and ticket information, visit dogwoodarts.com or call  637.4561.
Various Locations throughout Knoxville, TennesseeWebsitehttp://www.dogwoodarts.comInfophone