Photo: Chrissy Clapp models one of her many custom-made costumes designed especially for Key West Midsummer’s Night Dream & Spectacle, set for August 6 from 6-10pm at Fort East Martello.   Clapp’s offerings will be available for sale, insuring no one need miss out on the whimsy and fun of dressing up to play.  “There’s something for everyone,” she says. “Flower fairies, wood nymphs, fairy godmothers, unicorns, Puck-inspired head pieces, wings, and lots of magical accessories.” Interested artists and vendors can contact Michael Shields for more information at 305-394-3804 / javastudios@gmail.com.

Artist and Vendor Call for Midsummer’s Night Dream & Spectacle

Calling all musicians, actors, painters, card-readers, filmmakers, poets, dancers, storytellers, jugglers, fire-breathers, clowns, fairies, nymphs, and satyrs to take the stage and celebrate the arts in our community on Saturday, August 6 from 6-10pm at the 10th Annual Midsummer’s Night Dream & Spectacle at the historic Fort East Martello Museum in Key West.

Co-produced by Michael Shields’ Java Studios and the Key West Art & Historical Society to benefit KWAHS children’s educational programs, Midsummer’s Night Dream & Spectacle celebrates the creative Keys community and gives artists a voice and platform to share the power of their dreams. To participate as an artist or vendor contact Michael Shields at 305-394-3804 / javastudios@gmail.com. For more information visit kwahs.orgYour Museums.  Your Community.  It takes an Island.