- The summer Art Fairs take place the second weekend of July and again over the second weekend of August.
- With over 170 different artisans, there is something for everyone.
- Each year the participants set up their tents and display booths in Miller Park at the corner of Milward and Deloney near downtown Jackson.
About the Art Fair:
The Jackson Hole Art Fair features two annual fairs during the summer that bring more than 170 artisans to this western town. These artisans display their work and sell their pieces to the general public via a virtual tent city of exhibits.
When is the Art Fair?
The Art Fair takes place the second weekend of July and again over the second weekend of August.
Where is the Art Fair?
Each year the participants set up their tents and display booths in Miller Park. Miller Park is located one block north of the main east-west roadway in Jackson, Broadway – on the corner of Milward and Deloney Street. Just look for a City Park filled with white tents and booths.
How much does it cost?
Art Fair Jackson Hole is free to Art Association members and there is a small fee for non-members. These fairs are fundraising events and patron support allows the Art Association to bring art experiences to thousands of residents in Jackson Hole and Northwest Wyoming each year.
What else should I know?
The Jackson Hole Art Fairs are family-oriented events that feature up to 170 international, national and local artists, live music, food and snack booths, and hands-on art activities.
Vendors are present from the immediate community as well as from across the nation and around the world. Click here for more information.