Pittsboro, NC, March 26, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Once again, a variety of artists and performers will come together on April 21, one day before the annual Earth Day, to showcase their work in support of a cause dear to the area. Each year, be philARThropy host a one day art market and festival to bring the community together to support a charitable cause.
With missions to Support the Arts, Support Local Charity, and Support Arts in Education, be philARThropy donates a portion of the Bridge Fest proceeds to an Earth-friendly charitable effort. This year, they will be going to the Friends of The Lower Haw.
Sponsored by The Small Museum of Folk Art and Jerry’s Artarama, the festival will also include an Academic Art Exhibition and will raise funds for academic art awards to support Arts in Education.
Those who attend should expect to find approximately 50 artists lining the historic structure that is the Bynum Bridge which runs parallel to US 15-501 over the Haw River. Artists will be displaying and vending wares including Encaustics, Folk Art, Jewelry, Metal Sculpture, Photography, Pottery, Textiles, Wood Working and more.
For specific information on be philARThropy, interested individuals should visit www.bephilarthropy.com or access the Bridge Fest directly at www.bynumbridegfest.com.