49th Fiesta Arts Fair | April 20 & 21, 2024
Greg Davis Photography will be returning for the second year in a row with his new works from his project Oaxacan Gold and more…look for him again in the chapel!
Art lovers from far and wide convene on Fiesta Arts Fair, now in its 49th year, on the picturesque and historic grounds of the University of Texas at San Antonio-Southwest Campus (formerly Southwest School of Art) and located along San Antonio’s renown River Walk. The festive two-day event offers knowledgeable and appreciative art lovers an intimate opportunity to interact with artists and purchase high quality contemporary and traditional art and craft. Juror selected cash awards and artists’ amenities including volunteer booth sitters, air-conditioned artist hospitality suite and restrooms, and Saturday artists’ social. Fiesta Arts Fair is an official “kick-off event” for San Antonio’s renowned Fiesta® San Antonio celebration — 11 days of merriment, pageantry, parades and festivals, which bring thousands of visitors to the Alamo City every year in April.Ranked in the top 50 Fine Craft & Art Festivals by Art Fair SourceBook“Fiesta is one of the most well organized, artist centered shows in the country”
“Great venue, great city, great customers, good sales, and well run”
“One of the best shows ever….small and intimate, not overwhelming”
GENERAL INFORMATIONFiesta Arts Fair is a two-day, intimate, event that offers art patrons an opportunity to purchase contemporary and traditional art and craft from approximately 110-115 high caliber selected artists. The Fair also includes live national and regional music, food and beverage booths and an interactive youth art area — all in a beautiful setting, the picturesque and historic grounds that formerly housed the Ursuline Academy and Southwest School of Art, now UTSA-Southwest Campus. Fiesta Arts Fair is an official “kick-off event” for San Antonio’s renowned Fiesta® San Antonio celebration — 11 days of merriment, pageantry, parades and festivals, which bring thousands of visitors to the Alamo City every year in April.