After a two-year COVID hibernation, the Indiana Artisan Marketplace will welcome spring with its return to Indianapolis, April 2-3 in the Agriculture Horticulture Building at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, 1202 E. 38th St.
Known as the state’s premier art and food experience, the Marketplace weekend will be filled with meeting artists, seeing their work, watching them create, tasting their foods, sampling their wines and buying the best in Hoosier craftsmanship. About 80 artisans from Lake Michigan to the Ohio River are expected to showcase their original art and offer tastes of their small-batch food and wine. Fascinating demonstrations will give you an up-close look at rug hooking, wood carving, chocolate making, painting, furniture building and more.
Get discounts on tickets when buying 2, 3, 4, 5 or more. Guests 14 and younger are free.
Indiana Artisans include artists – painters, woodworkers, jewelry designers, fiber and glass artists — and artisans – beekeepers, makers of specialty sauces, chocolatiers and more.