After taking a pause in 2020, the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block (TMA) 36th Annual Fall Artisans Market returns with more than 100 unique and local artists and artisans with crafts, original artwork, pottery, glass, jewelry, textiles and gift items in an outdoor street fair setting. Organized by TMA’s Museum Store, the event is an annual fundraiser for Tucson’s oldest visual arts institution and a launch into the holiday season in downtown Tucson.
TMA’s 36thAnnual Fall Artisans Market
140 N. Main Ave. in historic El Presidio Neighborhood
Friday–Sunday, November 19–21, 2021
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public
In addition to the Market, Café a la C’Art will be open throughout the weekend with ample outdoor seating in the expanded patio (and some indoor seating, too). Enter from 150 N. Main Avenue or the museum parking lot.
Make a day of it and plan a visit to the museum galleries during the Market. Explore over 40,000 sq. ft. of art, including the exhibitions by renowned Swiss American artist Olivier Mosset and Los Angeles-based artist Patrick Martinez. Museum admissions are limited to 60% of standard capacity, so advance ticket purchases are strongly recommended.
*Artisans Market will take place indoors and outdoors and follow all TMA COVID-19 protocols.