Join us for the fifth annual La Jolla Art & Wine Festival 2013 (LJAWF). This unique, two-day festival will be held in the Village of La Jolla the weekend of October 12 and 13, 2013, from 10am to 6pm, and will showcase over 150 outstanding, international, juried artists. A distinctive part of this festival is the Wine and Beer Garden, where patrons can sample fine wines and beers from the region. The event also features performances by local musicians and dancers, a silent auction, a family art walk, and talented emerging artists receiving scholarships. Attendance is expected to surpass 20,000 people, and we will market the event through print, broadcast, and online media outlets throughout California, Northern Baja and national tourism markets.

The LJAWF donates all its proceeds to La Jolla public elementary and middle schools, which are part of the financially troubled San Diego Unified School District. Funds raised through your participation will go to commonly underfunded programs at La Jolla, Torrey Pines, and Bird Rock Elementary Schools and Muirlands Middle School, including art, music, science, physical education, technology, and on-site medical care by a school nurse.

This premier fundraising and community event unites La Jolla and celebrates our artist colony roots. We look forward to supporting local businesses and raising funds for public schools through corporate sponsorships, day-of donations, artist exhibition fees, and the silent auction.

For more information about sponsorship or silent auction opportunities, please do not hesitate to contact us at sponsors@lajollaartandwinefestival.com. After receiving your sponsor agreement, we will confirm and provide further instructions. We greatly look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your support.

To view the 2012 program that was distributed in the Union Tribune and at the festival, please click here.
To view the 2011 program that was distributed in the Union Tribune and at the festival, please click here.

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