Hooked on Arts

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July 14 & 15
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Kenan Lawn
Event is FREE!

Hooked on Arts Street Fair is a collaboration between the UNCW College of Health & Human Services and the UNCW Lumina Festival of the Arts, coming to campus this July 14-15! UNCW’S Hooked on Arts Street Fair celebrates the healing power of creativity. This family-friendly festival brings together art vendors, food trucks, free entertainment in the visual and performing arts, family fun and an opportunity to help the community. The festival aims to raise awareness and funds to support addiction-related services in the region. Proceeds from Hooked on Arts 2018 will sustain UNCW’s ongoing community partnership with LINC, a local non-profit organization whose mission is to educate and motivate youth to make positive life choices and to empower men and women returning from incarceration to be productive members of our community.

Volunteer

Interested in volunteering? Click here to register.

Donate Art Supplies

Can't make it to Hooked on Arts? You can still support it! This family-friendly festival aims to raise awareness and funds to support addiction-related services in the region. Support Hooked on Arts with an art supply contribution. Visit the registry for more details.

Calling All Artists!

Hooked on Arts Street Fair is looking for fine arts vendors for our two day festival celebrating the arts.

Hooked on Arts celebrates the therapeutic benefits of creativity and the healing power of the arts while providing education and resources to the community regarding recovering from addiction.

We're looking for arts vendors in visual arts such as painting, photography, sculpture, as well as music, dance and theater arts. A diverse group of art vendors will be selected from applicants and booth payment will be required after selection.

Due to the nature of the event, no art depicting alcohol, marijuana, illicit drugs, or other addictive substances will be permitted.

To apply, click here.


Accommodations for disabilities may be requested by contacting The College of Health & Human Services (910.962.3317) at least 5 days prior to the event.