Hazel Park Art Fair returns to Green Acres Park with more than 70 featured artists


Artists gotta art at the Hazel Park Art Fair. - PHOTO BY GREG AUBURY
  • Photo by Greg Aubury
  • Artists gotta art at the Hazel Park Art Fair.

Like so many community events, the Hazel Park Art Fair is making a triumphant return after taking a hiatus and will showcase the work of more than 70 established and up and coming artists across a variety of mediums, all of whom will be displaying their creations at Green Acres Park. In addition to art vendors, folks can enjoy live music, aerialists, and food trucks and vendors, as well as a craft beer tent. Families with children can enjoy a free “Take & Create” art kit which contains a simple craft that families can work on at home after they soak in some inspiration at the fair. All proceeds from the Hazel Park Art Fair are reinvested into the community, which includes initiatives such as the Hazel Park Art Fair mentorship program, which helps young artists prepare for future art fairs and market their work.

Event runs 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 28 and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 29; 620 W. Woodward Hts., Hazel Park; hpartfair.org. Event is free.

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