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April 04, 2022

Spring Events in Irvine

Spring is a fun time to live in Irvine, CA. The city has good weather in spring. It also has a variety of annual art festivals. The largest and best-known is the Studio Arts Festival. Other festivals also offer an opportunity to experience the arts.

Studio Arts Festival

The Studio Arts Festival is held in May or June. The event features more than 100 local artisans and crafters. Juries choose the exhibitors, who showcase their handmade works of art for sale. These works are from various media. The festival occurs in Heritage Community Park.

Ethnic Festivals

Ethnic fetes feature art, music, and food. The Korean Culture Festival and the Big Irish Fair and Music Festival are two examples. The Korean festival takes place in May at the Irvine Civic Center. The Irish fair occurs in June at different locations throughout Southern California.

Arts at Harvest and Holiday Events

While many events primarily celebrate harvests, they also often include the arts. For example, the Tanaka Farms corn festival features crafts.

Holiday events also include the arts. For example, children can take part in a paint party or coloring corner as part of the Easter Eggstravaganza. The Easter event occurs in Irvine Park.

Arts at the Park

Great Park Irvine features a Gallery, Fine Arts Center, and artist studios. Exhibitions and classes are year-round, including spring. These shows run the gamut of various arts disciplines. For example, one recent show features art that pushes the bounds between reality and fantasy. Another featured 52nd Street Jazz and Photography. Artists also lecture at Great Park.

Catching the Arts Scene

Skyloft luxury apartments put you near the Irvine arts scene. Skyloft is centrally located in Orange County. Residents can quickly access the 405, 5, and 55 freeways.

The community also is an art show itself. World-renowned Interior Designer Thomas Schoos and Senior Design Partner Lisa Gills designed its inside spaces. They created soft round interiors to complement the building’s straight edges.

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