In 2023, the festival will host the #LAFRocks Public Art Project. More info to come!
Street Art by David Zinn
In 2022, the festival hosted International Street Artist David Zinn. Zinn created 10 pieces of chalk art throughout the Lakeshore Art Festival footprint.
Chalk-the-Walk (PADNOS Public Art Project)
To accompany David Zinn on his quest to find art in everything (even little cracks in the sidewalk), the public was invited to get creative and “Chalk-the-Walk” along Western Avenue!
Community Mosaic Project
In 2021, the festival hosted the first ever Community Mosaic Project! Reclaimed wooden 4×4 square tiles were available to the community as mini canvases to create art upon. Each tile was added to larger boards during the festival, creating a multi-dimensional community mosaic! Click here for more information, or click here for photos.
Visit Downtown Muskegon during the festival and see many public art installations from various artists. Some of which are a contribution from the Lakeshore Art Festival! Click here to view an art walk map.
Globally recognized artist, Kelsey Montague, has created a one-of-a-kind mural in Downtown Muskegon! The permanent piece is displayed on the east side of the Frauenthal building. Pose in front of the mural at any time during the festival and post your photos to social media with the hashtags #WhatLiftsYou, and #ThisIsMuskegon.
The Lakeshore Art Festival welcomes Michigan authors who will showcase their original books near Clay Ave. and 4th St. Click here for the lineup.
WHAT GUESTS ARE SAYING…
“I love the variety! Always something new to see, along with the vendors we get to see each year!” – Barbie S.