Doylestown is a unique small town in large part due to the collection of cultural destinations and arts organizations in the area. From our local museums and theater to the various non-profits that advocate for our community, there is a wide range to explore. The Doylestown Arts Festival is proud to partner with some of these local organizations. Each of these parters below will be at the festival, many offering activities at their booths. Drop by to learn more about each of them.
Booth: #15 (W. State)
Location: Freeman Hall, 181 E. Court St, Doylestown, PA
The mission of the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County is to foster, strengthen, and promote Bucks County’s diverse arts and cultural community, build arts alliances, and enhance the Bucks County arts experience. The Council’s work is rooted in the continuation of Bucks County arts traditions, the enrichment of arts appreciation, continually inspiring a vibrant and collaborative environment for contemporary arts, artists, and art enthusiasts alike.
Booth: #133 (Oakland)
Location: Doylestown, PA
The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra shares the joy of symphonic music through live performance and educational outreach.
Booth: #50 (E. State)
Location: 20 E. State St, Doylestown, PA
"County Theater, Inc." is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt nonprofit corporation which owns and runs the theater according to the mission to: Exhibit art, independent and world films; Educate the community about the film and media arts; Serve as a community and charitable resource for the arts; Preserve the historic theaters as cultural resources."
Booth: #44 (State & Main)
Location: 63 E. State St, Doylestown, PA
Doylestown Business and Community Alliance DBA Discover Doylestown is a non-profit organization of residents and businesses dedicated to celebrating our community and creating lasting traditions. The Doylestown Arts Festival is made possible by a volunteer committee of Discover Doylestown.
Booth: #30 (W. State)
Location: 84 S. Pine St | 525 E. Court St, Doylestown, PA
It is the mission of the Bucks County Historical Society to educate and engage its many audiences in appreciating the past and to help people find stories and meanings relevant to their lives—both today and in the future.
Booth: #64 (E. State)
Location: 138 S. Pine St, Doylestown, PA
The James A. Michener Art Museum collects, preserves, interprets, and exhibits art, primarily American art, and promotes the Delaware River Valley region's rich artistic and cultural heritage, with a particular focus on Bucks County.
Booth: #115 (Oakland)
Location: 70 East Rd, Doylestown, PA
Oscar Hammerstein’s message of inclusion and acceptance, so beautifully illustrated in many of his lyrics, is as relevant today as when he wrote these unforgettable songs. Now more than ever, it is imperative that we achieve our goal of raising funds to purchase, restore, and preserve Oscar Hammerstein’s former home and creative epicenter to make it accessible to people the world over.
Booth: #164 (Hamilton)
Location: 130 E. Swamp Rd, Doylestown, PA
America's Tile Maker Since 1898. Today, People come to experience the TileWorks by engaging with artisans who continue to master the tile maker’s craft, promoting Mercer’s ceramic traditions using local clay and his historic designs. TileWorks offers tours, classes and workshops that inspire making, empower learning and nurture creativity.
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