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Capitol Street Art Fair
Over 70 new and returning artisans will display and sell their work in this juried fair dedicated to fine art and fine crafts. The fair has grown to be one of the largest events of its kind in the state. In it's 15th year, this staple of FestivALL will bring visitors and residents of Charleston to the iconic Capitol Street to shop and interact with the region's best artists. Street performers and free street stages create a festive atmosphere that provides a little bit of something for everyone. Over thirty of the artisans will also participate in the FestivALL Fall Harvest Art Fair Oct. 12-13. Mallory Richards is the producer of FestivALL art fairs, with the assistance of Mallory Burka and Minnie Jones who is also the producer and coordinator of the Children’s Art Fair and Neighborhood Arts Program.
** This year we not use the Davis Park block for artisans, but will extend our Capitol Street setup through Brawley Walkway and the Lee Street Triangle instead. The Davis Park block will be used for community events (Saturday June 29 will be Taco Festival presented by Blacksheep Burrito and Brews at the Brewery, and Bad Shepherd Beer Co.)
* indicates the artist will participate in the Harvest Art Fair (Oct. 12-13) as well
Jewelry: *Anna's China Jewelry, The Artisan's Menagerie, *Connie McColley handmade jewelry, Cree Lahti Ceramics, *Damienne Dibble, *Gypsum Hollow, MakingCent$, MoondanceArt Jewelry, Mystical Crystal Jewelry, The Pretty Pickle, *Teresa Gail Designs, WV Mountain Ears
Face Painting/Caricature: Alto Design Face Painting, Rob Cleland, Robbie Hay
Leather: Morgan Rhea
Misc.: Unique Pens LLC, Zamora (Harvest Art Fair Only), Carter Seaton (Author), Eliot Parker(Author)
Musical Instruments: Rober Rose Guitars
Sculpture: *Marshall's Art by Ellie, Melony's Menagerie
In-kind Services provided by Security America, Spyro’s Parking, Adelphia Sports Bar & Grille and the Scottish Rite Temple
Location: Capitol Street between Quarrier Street and Washington Street, East, and Brawley Walkway and Lee Street Triangle.