Artist Corner

2019 Tamale Express Artist Corner

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The 2019 Tamale Express Tamale Artist Corner is an outdoor artist show open to artists of all persuasions who produce original, hand-made, fine art and craftsmanship, and we welcome in particular contemporary makers who embody the best of the Arts and Crafts movement aesthetic.  There will be paintings, photography, fine jewelry, textile rugs & quilts, hand thrown ceramics, stained glass, original paintings, blown & fused glass sculptures, and more. 

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For 5 years, The Dark Horse Performing Arts Foundation Tamale Festivals have celebrated both visual and performing arts in the Southern California region. We believe art has the power to connect communities, cultivate new artistic talent and create a better quality of life for all through cultural enrichment.

On April 27, 2019, The Tamale Express Tamale Festival will fill the Southern California Railway Museum in Perris.  Thousands of attendees will come to view and purchase artwork, enjoy music and dance performances, and enjoy regional cuisine from local and regional eateries. 

Artist Information

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 CLICK HERE for the 2019 Art & Craft Show application

Complete details for the show are available on the application. The application requires a non-refundable $40 fee. The deadline for submitting an application is April 20th, 2019. 

Applications for the 2019 Tamale Express Tamale Festival Artist Corner  available online only. No printed/mailed applications will be accepted.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Please contact Charles Juarez at President@DarkHorseFoundation.com or call the Dark Horse Performing Arts Foundation office at (951) 407-0866 for more information.

2019 Featured Artists

Juan Solis

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Juan Solis is an artist whose passion for his art takes him to the outer limits of his imagination to capture his own reality of life and through his art demonstrate the beauty of his community 

Antonio Musacco

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19 Year old up and coming artist from San Diego is 

Philip Figueroa

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Philip Figueroa, 31, of Banning studied at Mt. San Jacinto College. Figueroa known for his spray painting art and his Recycled Art & Fashion Show entry of his recycled Stormtrooper outfit.  

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