The annual Masterpiece in the Making art show and Jazzin' Tiffin music festival are to occupy Frost Parkway Saturday for a daylong cultural event.
Admission to the area is free.
The art is to be set up near the intersection with Clay Street, and the music stage is to be near the Monroe Street intersection.
Tiffin Art Guild is to have booths open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. with demonstrations, displays and sales of art by local artists. Children can do free projects to take home at the Kids Zone booth.
Winners of the art show are to be announced around 1 p.m.
Food vendors are to be open around noon, and the beer and wine tent is to open at 3 p.m.
At 1 p.m., Tiffin University's ProMusic Ensemble opens Jazzin' Tiffin, followed by the Heidelberg University Jazz Ensemble at 2:30 p.m.
Detroit-based guitar player Jerome Clark is to play at 4 p.m., followed by recording artists Warren Hill at 5:45 and Alexander Zonjic and Friends at 7:30.
People planning to attend the concert should bring their own seating.
Meet Jerome Clark
Jerome Clark began the formal study of guitar at Grinnell Music Studios in Detroit. During the past two decades, Clark has performed at Bakers Keyboard Lounge, The Bird of Paradise in Ann Arbor, Mich., the Chicago Theater, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and at many private engagements.
In 2009, Clark completed "Water," his first CD.
Clark also has worked as a sideman for various groups in the metro Detroit area. In the summer of 2012, he was the opening band for Walter Beasley at 11th annual River Raisin Jazz Festival in Monroe, Mich.
Clark now leads his own band, The Jerome Clark Trio. His band members include keyboardist and slide guitarist Benson Wheeler and drummer Jabari Kersey. The band plays original music, as well as cover songs with a smooth jazz twist.