Visit Milwaukee’s 48th annual premier Morning Glory Art Fair. Bring friends and enjoy a weekend of art in the Deer District! Support, browse, and buy from 130+ local and national professional artists.
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Aug. 12 & 13th, 2023 | 10 AM - 5 PM
Downtown Milwaukee's Deer District
Named one of the top art fairs in the Midwest, Milwaukee’s free and fine juried art and craft show and sale brings together 130+ outstanding artists from around the country. This will be the fourth year in the lively Fiserv Forum Deer District, one of the entertainment hubs of downtown Milwaukee. The Morning Glory Art Fair showcases art to wear and art for the home in ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, painting, mixed media, photography, wood and more.
Application Deadline: March 7, 2023
Thank you for your interest in participating in the Morning Glory Art Fair! We have 10 different categories to apply for. Non-juried or outside makers/vendors will not qualify to have a booth unless they are a fiscal sponsor of the event.
2023 will bring the Morning Glory Art Fair once again to the plaza in front of Fiserv Forum in downtown Milwaukee.
Fiserv Forum is the home of the NBA 2021 Champion Milwaukee Bucks. The plaza is located at 1111 Vel R. Phillips Ave. in the bustling north end of downtown Milwaukee. The vibrant surrounding area provides the best in Milwaukee dining and entertainment, along with ample parking and easy on/off freeway access from all directions.
We pride ourselves on having our event free and open to the public, but we can’t have it without the help of our volunteers! We would greatly appreciate a few more helping hands before, during, and after our event.
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Your support continues our mission to develop and promote craft and the maker to enhance the cultural life of Wisconsin communities and beyond. By becoming a sponsor you help our events be free and open to all!
Milwaukee Fiber Artist creates textural and functional works of art that mostly uses African fabrics. The tribal and historical fabrics used in the handbags, pouches, head-bands, head wraps, belts and scarves are inspired by the rich ethnicity of African culture.
Architectural mosaicist and ceramicist , Ann Wydeven, fabricates interior and exterior mosaic installations and garden ornamentation. Learn more about her process and inspiration.
Andrew Linderman is an aspiring studio potter and former high school chemistry teacher originally from the Twin Cities, MN and currently living and working in Milwaukee, WI. He makes functional pots to make the best moments in life better, to make the mundane moments more enjoyable, and to make the difficult moments more bearable.
Flow is a partnership of two people who share a life, their home, and their jewelry studio business. Both Michael Thee and Mary Wohlgemuth have a graphic arts background that gives their jewelry a recognizable style of clean and thoughtful design, with delightful details of texture, color, and patina. Both take pride in carefully handcrafting and finishing each piece of jewelry.