Join us! SouthCoast Spring Arts is Friday, May 5 through Sunday, May 14, 2023.
SouthCoast Spring Arts is a celebration of the place and presence of the arts in our communities. Local arts and cultural organizations, as well as artists and creative entrepreneurs, present innovative, creative, affordable, and participatory art and cultural events in communities across the South Coast region from Fall River to Wareham.
Now accepting event listings for the 2023 SouthCoast Spring Arts festival!
We will once again be promoting arts & culture events from Fall River to Wareham (and everywhere in between) from May 5-14, 2023. We have a new submissions process to announce; details are below. All events must be submitted by Friday, March 31, 2023.
How to submit your event:
To submit your own event you will need a Google account.
Email email@example.com and you will receive an email inviting you to access the SCSA Week Google calendar. Once you accept the invite you will be able to add your event directly to the calendar. When creating your event on the calendar be sure that it is exactly how you want it to appear. Submitted events appear instantly on the website. This initiative will promote your events utilizing the SCSA website, Facebook, and Instagram.
If you do not have a Google account, consider creating one or use this form to provide the event information. Those using the form, will receive a confirmation email once the form is received.
Watch this helpful video on how to add your event to the SCSA calendar.
Be sure to include the following information about your event:
Date of Event
Time of Event
Location of Event
Link to Website
For businesses and patrons who are interested in financially supporting this effort for arts, culture and collaboration across the South Coast, sponsorships are available. Contact Patti Rego at firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsorships.
Originally launched in May 2021, the inspiration for this undertaking was to continue in the spirit of ArtWeek MA, a statewide creative festival for all, presented by Highland Street Foundation and produced by the Boch Center.