For over 60 years, the Festival’s loyal visitors have enjoyed an extensive array of music, performance, visual arts, crafts/art-making activities and a renowned Artist’s Market featuring over 350 artists from around the country. Artists are selected through a rigorous jury process–emphasizing quality, craftsmanship and presentation–in a wide variety of media, from jewelry to painting, woodworking to photography.
Northwest Ohio’s premier fine arts festival takes place the last full weekend of June every year at Toledo Botanical Garden and features the work of more than 200 artists from across the country. Support for the Crosby Festival of the Arts is provided by the Ohio Arts Council.
The Boston Mills Artfest is a nationally recognized Fine Art and Fine Craft show. Since 1971, Artfest has been held at Boston Mills Ski Resort, nestled in the scenic Cuyahoga Valley National Park, midway between Cleveland and Akron. This year, we are proud to celebrate 48 years of bringing fine art and fine craft to Northeast Ohio!
Welcome to the 58th annual Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff presented by Krasl Art Center.
Overlooking Lake Michigan the Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff is touted as having outstanding volunteers and for providing a great artist experience. Each year a new jury of professionals in the arts is recruited to review applications. Welcoming an estimated 50,000 attendees, the Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff is one of the most prestigious and well-attended events in southwest Michigan. The KAF is ranked in the top 20 art fairs in Sunshine Artist Magazine.
The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair (AASAF) is the original of a collective of four concurrent and contiguous fairs that transform central Ann Arbor into a massive outdoor art gallery each July. Established in 1960 as part of Ann Arbor’s Summer Sidewalk Sales, the Street Art Fair quickly became a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization with a mission of increasing public knowledge and appreciation for contemporary fine arts and fine crafts. Over the ensuing 58 years, and additional art fairs, the Original Fair has continued to focus on the art, the artists and the art buyers. Known for its consistently high quality, all original work, the Street Art Fair resides on the streets surrounding the historic Burton Carillon Tower and the tree-lined central campus of the University of Michigan and does not host sidewalk sales or vendor booths. The Street Art Fair was voted one of the “Top Ten Best Art Festivals” in the country in an USA TODAY Reader’s Poll and is continually in the Art Fair Calendar “Top Ten Best Art Fairs” & Art Fair Source Books “Elite 25”. In addition, we ranked 4th in the nation in Sunshine Artist’s “Top 100 Fine Art Shows” in 2016.
Established in 1965, Art Fair Jackson Hole (AFJH) brings diverse forms of art to a community that is rich in western history. Our summer Art Fairs are family-oriented events that feature over 150 international, national and local artists; live music, food booths and hands-on art activities the 2nd weekends in July and August. AFJH attracts enthusiastic members of the public from our immediate community and from across the nation who are interested in supporting visual arts. Entrance fee is $5/person, free for Art Association Members and kids 10 and under.
It's our twenty-fifth year of art made with minerals and heat. We feature only clay, glass and metal artists Our entertainment is demonstrations and related activities. As a result, we attract a large and focused audience. Our artists tell us that it is a pleasure having customers that really understand their work and techniques.
Formerly- Royal Oak Clay, Glass and Metal Show. The new name reflects our commitment to extensive interactive demonstrations.
The 57th Street Art Fair is a two-day outdoor celebration of the visual arts held the first weekend of June in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, adjacent to the University of Chicago campus. Considered the oldest juried art fair in the Midwest, the goal of the 57th Street Art Fair is to provide a venue for creators of quality fine art and fine craft to meet with the art-buying public.
Ice cream, fruit, soup, cereal & so much more; bowls to be used or viewed, made in all shapes, sizes & materials. View & purchase a selection of approximately 50 bowls from different artists across North America, selected by Potter, Martha Grover. Bowls will be on view in the Gallery Store April 18-June 15, 2019 or until sold. Rabbit Bowl featured by Becca Dilldine.