Updated: Mar 24, 2021
See You At the Fair In 2022
The South Haven Center for the Arts has cancelled its 2021 South Haven Juried Fine Arts Fair scheduled every year for the first weekend in July due to ongoing Covid-19 limitations and concerns. The Center’s Board of Directors and staff decided to cancel out of an abundance of caution for the South Haven community.
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The fair typically takes months to plan and involves artists from more than twenty states, hundreds of volunteer and staff hours, and thousands of visitors. With the uncertainty of what will be both legally allowed and medically advisable in July, the constraints to planning our event for this summer are too many.
The South Haven Center for the Arts shares the concern and heartache of the artists that continue to be affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting event cancellations. We would like to encourage our members and community to patronize artists as much as possible this summer and the coming year.
Although the South Haven Art Fair, July 3–4, 2021, has been cancelled, the South Haven Center for the Arts will continue to fulfill our mission to enrich our community through the arts. Please visit our website to learn about exhibition and public arts opportunities for artists, as well as workshops and exhibitions as we move into the summer months.
We look forward to the South Haven Art Fair next year on July 2nd and 3rd, 2022, and hope to open the artist application process in November of 2021.
Here are few images of artwork juried into the 2020 fair. Please visit the South Haven Art Fair blog post on our website for a complete list of those artists with images of their artwork and links to their websites. Support artists by purchasing their work!
Artwork from top left by RC Fulwiler, Derek Christensen, Debra Bet, Crocifissa Grillo, Mark Wagar, Simon and Elizbeth Tarasiewicz, Jan Sadowski, Cara Van Leuven, Judith Brook, and Kyle Huntoon