Dare County Arts Council Names 2018 Artrageous Scholarship Recipients

Hundreds of adults and children came out to Dowdy Park on Saturday, May 12 for the 29th Annual Artrageous Art Festival.

The free community event celebrates all things art, offering a place where families can participate in high-quality art activities, hear great live music, enjoy delicious food, support local artisans and have fun.

“Artrageous just keeps getting better every year,” said Kill Devil Hills resident Samantha Simmons. “I love the live music and stage performances and my daughter Logan loves the art activities. Painting the peek-a-boo wall is quickly turning into a beloved tradition for Logan. This year she painted me the most adorable mini-canvas for Mother’s Day at Artrageous.”