April 10- 12, 2015
The Great Lakes Art Fair is the fastest growing indoor art event in the Michigan. From its inception in Spring 2009 to the most recent event, attendance has more than doubled. This NOW ANNUAL fair offers fine artists in the region a reliable, regularly scheduled, weather-free marketplace to showcase their freshest and most beautiful work, and word is spreading rapidly that this is a destination event for artists and patrons alike.
Show Dates & Times
$7 for Adults
Free for Children 12 & under
46100 Grand River Avenue
Novi, Michigan 48374
Grand Gallery Entrance
The Great Lakes Art Fair is pleased to partner with The Landscape Group to deliver an immensely enjoyable event experience. Patrons enter through the elegant Grand Garden Gallery which features an expansive seasonal display showcasing select works from featured artists. Envision towering rustic panels framing sculptures, paintings and florals that sweep patrons immediately into the authentic village atmosphere of the Fair.
We will be offering delicious fare in the Marketplace Café. The menu features a variety of tempting bistro style items. The Marketplace Café anchors the center of the show floor and mirrors the look and feel of a cozy street café.
Generation Next Art Displays
The Great Lakes Art Fair will again partner with local school districts to display student art across the show floor. A mission of the Fair is to give students recognition and a venue to showcase their work, as well as help them gain understanding and appreciation for the art industry and fair community as business endeavors. Art activities are also available for children attending the show.
The Main Stage
The Main Stage will feature multiple daily performances by local musicians as well as performances by local dancers.
Patrons will not only have the opportunity to purchase beautiful and original artwork; they will also have the opportunity to witness how these works are created. The Fair will feature dozens of ongoing artist demonstrations during the weekend in mediums including jewelry, glass, ceramics and other materials.