ARTS ON FIRE FESTIVAL
On hiatus for 2018 while the International Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art is held at the furnaces May 27-June 4.
The Arts on Fire Festival, launched in 2009, is a three day celebration of arts, heritage, industry and community held the first weekend of June at the Iron Furnaces in Scranton, a four acre site along Roaring Brook and managed by The Anthracite Heritage Museum and Iron Furnaces. The Iron Furnaces is a former working iron foundry, built in the 1840s, where many of the early immigrants to Scranton worked. Set against this historic backdrop, visitors to the Arts on Fire Festival can enjoy hands-on history and the best of contemporary art.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS EVENT
ON THE WEB: Arts on Fire Industrial Arts Festival Website
ON YOUTUBE: This is My Scranton “The Iron Pour”
Arts On Fire Vendor Application
Send your Arts on Fire Vendor application and payment to:
Anthracite Heritage Museum & Iron Furnaces Associates
Attn: Bode Morin
22 Bald Mountain Road
Scranton, PA 18504