2021 Fine Arts Festival Participants:
Kylee Lee: Flourish and Folk
Shaun Perkins: Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry
Nickey McEwen: Nikita’s Epiphany Textile Artist
Ally Chapmond: Gather Bakes
Curtis Baldinger: Curtis Baldinger Art, painter
Sarah Jocie: Princess Pineapple Cosplays and Designs
Brooke Jackson Holman Art: Ada Classic Arts Academy
Corinna Smith: Boots Kill Too
Kelly Pennington: Kelly Pennington Fine Art
Tom Smith: Legacy and Lunacy Art
Jayme McTague: Ada 4H and Dani’s Dream-Sharing the Love of Art
Ashley Matheny: Heritage Scrubs & Co. (handmade bath goods)
Kate Martin: Grateful Art
Ashleigh Chronister: Twisted Valley Co.
Jessica Milko: Chaotic Color Creations – Custom Tie Dye
Bonita Blackburn: Textile Artist
Michelle Lastrina: Ada Arts Council
Jared King: King’s Kreations – Jewelry Designer
Nathaniel Turner: Ansuz Forge
Brittany Welchel: Ikbi Traditions – jewelry designer
Patience Gillion: Personalized by Patience
Caden Caldwell: The Epic Continues
Doug Laramore: Sculptor
Destiny Rosato: Destiny Rosato Fine Art
What is AdaFest?
AdaFest is a regional music, film, arts and cultural festival held annually in Ada, Oklahoma, drawing an audience of about 12,000. It is hosted by HMA Foundation in cooperation with East Central University. AdaFest is FREE to the public because of generous donations from sponsors as well as the incalculable support of ECU and our many volunteers.
When is AdaFest?
The main festival, including food vendors, kid zone and music, runs from 11am – 11pm on Saturday, August 21, 2021.
The Fine Arts Festival vendors will be operating from 1-9 p.m.
What’s involved for artists & artisan vendors?
-You’ll be provided a 10×10 foot tent, already set up for you.
-You’ll be provided with Wi-Fi.
-Electricity is available to the first 16 applications which request it.
What is the registration fee, and how do I pay?
The registration fee is $50, payable by PayPal.
If you have any questions, please contact Anne Yoncha at email@example.com.