Summer Art Festival in Valencia

Three Steeples, artwork by Debra Zednik. Courtesy photo

Source: SCAA


The Santa Clarita Artists’ Association (SCAA) announces A Summer Art Festival to run from Sep 8 -9 (Friday and Saturday) from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. at the Tournament Players Club. On Friday evening, the Sep 8, there will be a Music night at the Patios starting at 6 p.m. where a live band will be performing for dinner patrons. The following night, Sep 9, a free artist reception will be held from 5-8 pm. There will be live entertainment, appetizers and desserts with a no-host bar.

Street Scene, artwork by Zony Gordon. Courtesy photo

Twenty-five local artists will feature more than 100 pieces of art on panels during the festival at 26550 Heritage View Ln., Valencia (Valencia Exit off Route 5).

“The public is invited to view the art show anytime and to join our artists’ reception,” said Zony Gordon, event coordinator. “Artists will provide live demonstrations in a wide variety of styles and media. You’re invited to look over their shoulders and ask questions.” Local officials, artist members and art leaders will grace the occasion.

Even though the golf course is private to members, the restaurant is open to the public for lunch and dinner, and the food is fabulous. SCAA art t is featured on the walls of the different areas of the club as well where TPC hosts corporate meetings, private parties, weddings, birthdays, celebrations and social events.

Juried art pieces from SCAA artists are exhibited on various walls of TPC and can be seen and toured during this festival.  The art collaboration is being done with TPC Executive Director Troy Hooper.  For inquiries about TPC, call 661-288-1995.

In its 28th year, SCAA’s main goal is to make visual art visible in the community.  It provides free art demonstrations to the public, participates in community events, awards yearly scholarships for high school art students and the College of the Canyons, and loans art to local medical offices and facilities to uplift the spirits of patients.

Slipping through the Cracks, artwork by Judi Corfino. Courtesy photo

SCAA’s website is         


Related To This Story

Latest NEWS