31st Annual Holiday Artisans Market
  • November 18 – 20, 2016
  • 10:00 am – 5:00 pm each day
  • Free admission to Market & Museum
27th Annual Spring Artisans Market
  • March 17 – 19, 2017
  • 10:00 am – 5:00 pm each day
  • Free admission to Market & Museum

For decades, locals and visitors have discovered Tucson’s best artisans at the Tucson Museum of Art’s annual Spring and winter Holiday Artisans Markets, featuring more than 100 juried artisans of finely crafted pottery, glass, jewelry, textiles, fine art, and gift items.

Saturday and Sunday always features food vendors and live music by the Tucson Kitchen Musicians.

The Museum is free and open to the public during all three days of Artisans Market.

During the winter Holiday Artisans Market only, the Museum’s research library holds its annual book sale in the Museum’s Education Center.

El Nacimiento, Tucson’s beloved nativity scene created by folk artist Maria Luisa Tena over a period of 30 years, also reopens to the public to coincide with Holiday Artisans Market. Housed in La Casa Cordova, the oldest extant adobe in downtown Tucson, El Nacimiento is a wonderland of miniature Mexican village scenes interwoven with scenes from the story of the nativity.

If you are interested in becoming an artist vendor, please complete the application form and send to:

Tucson Museum of Art
140 N. Main Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701

Application Letter for New Vendors

Current Spaces Available for Artisans Market Booths

*all spaces marked in red are claimed

Download (PDF, 1.77MB)


Join Local First Arizona as TMA’s Holiday Artisans Market kicks off the the holiday Shop Local campaign.
Any questions on how to become an artist, please contact Matthew Slominski at MSlominski@TucsonMuseumofArt.org.
Interested in becoming an Artisans Market sponsor and reaching thousands of shoppers, contact Alba at 520-616-2694.
Special Thanks to:

Tucson Lifestyle Magazine


Metered street parking is available as well as a number of pay parking garages and lots around the Museum.

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