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This family-friendly fest will be most enjoyed by ages 5 and up.

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Spend the weekend surrounded by art, music, and live performances at Spotlight.

Photo by David Kinder

Portland is a treasure trove of incredible art. For one weekend only, you can see it all. Music, dance, theater, and visual art will fill every corner of The Judy, Portland’s downtown hub for youth arts, during Spotlight: A Family Arts Festival, happening on Saturday, Feb. 24 + Sunday, Feb. 25.

Performances + demonstrations will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day across all three performance spaces at The Judy. The fantastic lineup of artists, includes:

  • Becky Hawkins (Visual Art)
  • Caitlin Yarsky (Visual Art)
  • Catalyst: NWCT’s Youth Company (Music & Theater)
  • Corazones Alegres Ballet Folklórico (Dance)
  • Kids Junk Orchestra (Music)
  • Leila Del Duca (Visual Art)
  • NWCT’s John Ellingson (Music & Theater)
  • and more

The best part? Portlanders can join in on the fun. Boogie down to the sounds of Mo Phillips, help build a giant Lego installation with Brick Bending, find your beat with Kids Junk Orchestra’s bucket drums, and more. Tickets start at $10.

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