ANN ARBOR, MI – With the three-day festival come and gone, MLive/The Ann Arbor News
ANN ARBOR, MI – With the three-day festival come and gone, MLive/The Ann Arbor News photographers are taking a moment to reflect on coverage of Art Fair 2021.
The annual art festival once again drew hundreds of vendors and thousands of guests to downtown Ann Arbor July 15-17, making up for its cancellation in 2020 due to COVID-19, and bringing the city back into its usual summer swing.
Many artists said on Thursday, July 15, that they had their best-selling opening day in years – perhaps due to attendees eager for an opportunity to mingle in public post-pandemic. As in years past, rain arrived on Friday, July 16, to momentarily put a damper on the event, but customers and vendors alike returned Saturday, July 17, for a successful conclusion under sunny skies.
As always, the keystone of Ann Arbor’s summer season of festivities yielded bright, colorful visuals. Check out the moments below for a photographic recap of 2021′s Art Fair.
More Art Fair coverage:
What you need to know about the 2021 Ann Arbor Art Fair
Photorealistic painter brings glassware to life at the Ann Arbor Art Fair
Artists happy to return to post-pandemic Ann Arbor Art Fair after last year’s cancelation
Ann Arbor Art Fair ceramics artist uses lace designs, ancient techniques
‘We have seen worse’: Ann Arbor Art Fair artists, guests wade through wet weather
Crowds flock back to Ann Arbor for Art Fair Saturday
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