Common Ground's 38th Annual Birmingham Street Art Fair returns to downtown Birmingham this weekend, featuring artwork from a variety of Birmingham-area and Metro Detroit artists.
Produced in association with the Guild of Artists and Artisans, the fair will spotlight artwork from more than 160 juried artists and artisans, most of which will be available for purchase. Art on display includes ceramics, paintings, sculptures, jewelry, photography and more.
The fair is a major fundraiser for Common Ground, a nonprofit emergency help line for adults, youths and families in crisis. To raise funds, the group will be holding an auction throughout the weekend, with artwork donated by participating artists.
Looking to buy super-local? See the Birmingham-area artists participating in this weekend's Street Art Fair.ArtistHometownMediumBooth NumberBeth NorthBirminghamJewelry016Carole Berhorst Bloomfield Hills Clay 144 Karen Fenwick Bloomfield Hills Mixed Media 163 Linda Rodney, Theodore Shinkle Bloomfield Hills Photography 095, 096 Lucia Lucas Bloomfield Township Painting 074 Sara Frank West Bloomfield Clay 170 Julia McGrath West Bloomfield Painting 068 Kathy Boltz Phillips West Bloomfield Painting 065 Rusty and Maureen Voorheis West Bloomfield Sculpture 071 Alice Ham Berkley Clay 009 Maria Oliva Tyra Clawson Drawing 010 Donna Beaubien Troy Fiber 034 Paul Wood Troy Photography 160 John Fitzpatrick Ferndale Glass 068 Duane Scherer Royal Oak Mixed Media 031 Sooney Kahouh Royal Oak Photography 165
If you go
- When: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday
- Where: South Old Woodward between Maple and Bowers, and on Merrill Street between Pierce and Old Woodward.
- Parking: Parking will be available on the street as well as in the city's five parking structures all weekend long. At the parking structures, the first two hours are free and each hour after that costs $1. At the meters, parking is $1 an hour. On Sunday, parking is free throughout the city.
- Price: Admission to the fair is free. Artwork is available for purchase at individual stands.
- For the kids: The Detroit Institute of Arts will be on hand all weekend long with hands-on children's activities.