Penn State freshman Reim Farag draws Salvador Dali's "The Persistence of Memory" on downtown State College's Hiester Street during the Arts Festival's 9th annual Italian Street Painting Festival. She is a forensic science major from State College.
Young children drew their own masterpieces on Hiester Street during the annual Italian Street Painting Festival, part of the Arts Festival since 1999.
During the Arts Festival's Italian Street Paining Festival on downtown State College's Hiester Street, Kara Smith of State College works on a version of "Pengin Folktales" by Adam Swanson. Street "painters" were shielded from the sun by tents.
Crowds checked out the Arts Festival's sidewalk sale booths on Pollock Road on Penn State's University Park campus on Saturday.
Work continued Saturday on the sand sculpture in Central Parklet.
Some favorite toys are clearly recognizable in the sand sculpture.
The proud, the few, the trash crew.
The Valley Jazz Orchestra played the Festival Shell on Saturday afternoon of the Arts Festival.
Lemonsoul played to a very large crowd at the Allen Street Stage on Saturday evening.
The Bill Price Band played the Festival Shell on Saturday evening.
The State College Area High School Jazz Band entertained the audience at the Festival Shell early Sunday afternoon.
Dr. E., also known as Elaine Richardson, associate professor of English and applied linguistics, sang on the Allen Street Stage on Sunday afternoon.
The Deacons of Dixieland, featuring Penn State President Graham B. Spanier, performed at the Festival Shell on Saturday afternoon.
Penn State President Graham B. Spanier performed with a few different groups at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts in downtown State College and on the Penn State University Park campus, and at the People's Choice Festival in nearby Boalsburg. Spanier played four different shows over the course of the weekend.