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    40 North is pleased to announce the Signature Image for the 2015 Boneyard Arts Festival. After evaluating over 120 outstanding submissions, a panel of local arts professionals selected Kelly Eddington’s "Pop" (watercolor, 18”x24”) to be the signature image of the 2015 Boneyard Arts Festival!
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Thursday, April 9 – Sunday, April 12, 2015

Presented by 40 North | 88 West, the Boneyard Arts Festival is a four-day event showcasing the broad range of creative activity flourishing in our community. Its goal is to bring together local artists, businesses and organizations for a special event showcasing the art of Champaign County.

More than a traditional arts walk, the Boneyard is a unique countywide celebration that takes place in a wide variety of venues (over 100!) – both traditional (clubs, cafes, galleries & museums) and non-traditional (eye clinics & law offices) – and features the work of literally hundreds of artists.

Sculptors, weavers, painters, photographers and other visual artists join musicians, actors, dancers, poets and performers of all kinds in sharing their creativity throughout Champaign, Urbana, UI Campus, Rantoul, Mahomet, Homer and Fisher.

40 North invites artists to partner with local businesses, arts organizations, nonprofits, schools and municipal offices in hosting performances and displays of work…and join the celebration!

Kelly White
Executive Director

Amanda Baker
Programs & Events Coordinator

Cynthia Chandler
Boneyard Arts Festival Chair

40 North | 88 West – Champaign County’s Arts Council – is committed to cultivating creativity in Champaign County. Through advocacy, information and collaboration, 40 North supports and promotes the important role that arts, culture and education hold in making the community a great place to live, work, learn and play.

This program is partially supported by the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

For more, visit www.40north.org.


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