Jun 22 - Jun 23
Held just steps north of downtown’s eponymous (and recently renovated) Fountain Square, the North Shore’s oldest fine arts happening is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2019. Presented by the Evanston Chamber of Commerce, it will showcase an inspirational mix of juried handiwork from nearly 100 eclectic artists.
The Wrigleyville Art Market is right outside the famous ivy covered walls in an area called Gallagher Way, lined with stores, brew pubs and Chicago Cubs memorabilia. This show features sports themes, jewelry, DYI themes, up-cycled art, functional art that has anything to do with beer and wine, wearables and more. Come join us and have a blast!
Jul 13 - Jul 14
Free and open to the public, the Whitefish Bay Art Fest will showcase the work of about 100 juried artists in a variety of mediums, including ceramics, fiber, glass jewelry, sculpture, mixed media, paintings, drawings, photography, printmaking, wood and furniture. In addition to the incredible artwork available for purchase, attendees will be able to interact with artists through demonstrations and booth chats.
Aug 24 - Aug 25
Chicago's premier neighborhood celebration of the arts returns for its 34th year. Come check out the work of 200 artists, all while enjoying our food and beer tents, live music, kids activities and more (who can forget the dog parade!). FREE ADMISSION, NO TICKETS REQUIRED We are a non-profit, volunteer-run festival. All proceeds go to fund and support art education at Holstein Park and in the Bucktown/Wicker Park neighborhoods.
Aug 31 - Sep 1
he Third Ward Art Festival is located just three blocks south of downtown Milwaukee, in the Historic Third Ward knows as “Milwaukee’s Arts and Fashion District.” This upscale area boasts the city’s most dynamic array of restaurants, spas, theaters, galleries and unique shopping – attracting visitors from near and far
Jun 8 - Jun 9
Juried artists hailing from across the country will showcase and sell original work within a variety of categories including paintings, photography, ceramics, jewelry, and sculpture. Live art demonstrations will give festival-goers the unique opportunity to see the masters at work. Adding to the excitement is a myriad of surrounding Arlington Heights restaurants offering delicious dishes and drinks to satisfy every type of palate. COST