Stage West will host its fifth annual M.A.D.E. (Music. Arts. Drinks. Eats.) community indoor festival from noon to 5 p.m. July 1, a news release announced.
M.A.D.E. features music, arts and crafts, and food and drink with local origins.
There will be live music by Victor Andrada, Anthony Holmes and Alison Wheaton, Bailey Limmer, plus Shae Shaw (Party Poet!), Cameron Casey (face painter), Humans 3 and more.
Local artists will gather to sell prints and originals of their paintings, photographs, jewelry and more.
Participating artists include Ed Frieheit (Buttons, Soaps, fractal art, etc), Diana Dupre (glasses, kitchenware), Kathy Cunning (paintings), Susan Ashley (woven baskets), Roger Kaiser (jewelry and paintings), Essie Graham (photography), Meat Paw Studios (t-shirt screen printing), Aaron Roe (paintings and collages), Danette’s Urban Oasis (assorted gift baskets), Roy Odom (pottery), Catherine Snow (woven art), Cynthia Brinson (pottery), David Tripp (watercolor), Heather Rendon (woven tapestries), Jenny Tucker (paintings), Barbara Catrett (jewelry), Suzanne McFadzean (handbags, scarves, wearables), Jay Gardner (pottery), Lorie Chaney (stained glass), Melissa Kohout (horned frog art), Lynne Buchanan (paintings) and more.
Drinks will be available from local companies including Locust Cider Company, Pegasus City Brewery, Collective Brewing Project, Leaves Books and Tea Shop, Martin House Brewing and more.
Additional drinks will be available for purchase through Stage West’s cafe/bar.
At the event there will be generous samples from local eateries including Stir Crazy Baked Goods, Three Danes Bakery, Gus’s Fried Chicken, Alchemy Pops Three Danes Baking Company, Panther City BBQ, the Stage West Lobby Cafe and more.
The release detailed that the event has been made possible in part by an economic development grant to Stage West from the Texas Commission on the Arts.
The grant serves to introduce local communities to new areas of the city to promote economic growth and development.
The event will take place at Stage West Theatre, located at 821-823 W. Vickery Blvd. in Fort Worth.
The pricing for the festival is pay what you can, however there is a suggested $10; $5 minimum when using a card. All proceeds will benefit Stage West, a 501(c)3 organization