Art City Austin, the city's iconic art fair celebrates its 65th year on April 25-26. With an annual attendance of more than 20,000 people, this juried art fair is the biggest art marketplace in central Texas.

Art City Austin

Art City Austin. Photo by Babak Pejman Aruan

The street fair features:

  • More than 100 nationally recognized artists, featuring work ranging in medium from paint and photography to fiber and wood.

  • The Austin Art Pavilion, featuring contemporary Austin art work presented by five Austin galleries. The pavilion features work predominantly produced by regional artists and is curated by local experts including Brian Willey of Tiny Park Gallery, Rebecca Marino of Pump Project, independent curator Troy Campa, Austin Nelsen, Sean Gaulager, and Chris Whiteburch of Co-Lab Projects and Rachel Stephens and Wally Workman of Wally Workman Gallery. Meet the curators and artists on Sunday at noon. All artwork on exhibition in the pavilion is available for sale.

  • Live music performances that reflect the diversity and quality of the Austin music scene. This year Art City features the Black Fret Music Stage presented by KUTX Music.

  • Some of Austin's favorite food trucks will be on site, including Crepe Crazy, Coolhaus, Garbos Lobster Truck and Whole Foods.

  • Free art projects for kids that include mask making, kite construction, painting and more.

Come out, meet the artists, take home original museum quality artwork and celebrate Austin's vibrant creative culture. This year's event will take place on Cesar Chavez between Guadalupe Street and Lamar Boulevard. Get your tickets online (kids under 12 get in free).