Art Fair on the Square

Virtual in 2020, Back on the Square in 2021

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, MMoCA made the decision offer a Virtual Art Fair on the Square for 2020 in lieu of a live event. On July 11 and 12, 2020 visit mmoca.org/artfair2020, and follow the virtual event on Facebook.

The Art Fair on the Square will return to the Capitol Square July 10 and 11, 2021. With its mix of music, outdoor dining, and nearly 500 artists exhibiting paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, jewelry, handmade clothing and accessories, and fine craft, the fair is expected to draw nearly 200,000 visitors to downtown Madison.

Future Event Dates
July 11 and 12, 2020 (Virtual)
July 10 and 11, 2021
July 9 and 10, 2022

Photo by Tom Klingele Photo by Tom Klingele
Artist Application

MMoCA is not currently accepting artist applications for Art Fair on the Square.

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Official Hotel of the 2020 Art Fair on the Square

Located in the heart of Downtown Madison, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Madison is in the center of all of the action. It is just a short walk to the Art Fair on the Square, State Street and many other downtown Madison attractions. Enjoy complimentary parking and shuttle service to/from the airport and surrounding area, complimentary WiFi and brand-new sleeping rooms.

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Cover of the Art Fair on the Square 2019 program
2019 Program

Take a look back at the 2019 Art Fair on the Square.

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Cover of the 2018 Art Fair on the Square program, featuring Primordial Pump by Justin Marable.
2018 Program

Take a look back at the 2018 Art Fair on the Square.

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Photo by Tom Klingele Photo by Tom Klingele
Sponsorship

By sponsoring Art Fair on the Square, you’re helping MMoCA offer free museum admission to nearly 200,000 visitors annually and to provide ongoing education programs for the community.

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2019 Sponsors

We thank the generous sponsors of the 2019 event. Their incredible support helped make the 2019 Art Fair on the Square successful and memorable for nearly 200,000 visitors.