The Texas Arts and Crafts Fair be held Sept. 26-27 at the Hill Country Arts Foundation in Ingram.
After last year’s cancellation, this fall’s event promises a return of favorite features and a new attractions. Admission is $10 and will be good for both days of the fair. All students under 18 will be admitted free of charge.
More than 100 artists, exhibitors, musicians food vendors and demonstrators will sprawl across 13 acres for the 45th year of the state’s “official arts and crafts fair.”
An exciting new addition to the 2021 fair will be the Youth Art Competition, a previous mainstay of the fair. The competition is open to public and private high school students in the following counties: Bandera, Edwards, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble and Medina.
Visitors will be treated to a wide range of arts and crafts exclusively byTexas residents, as well as favorite fair food offerings, entertainment and related educational and recreational activities.
The invitation-only “Heritage Artists” exhibit will be indoors at the foundation’s Duncan-McAshan Gallery. Invited exhibitors include regional artists who have a historical connection to the arts and crafts fair and to the Hill Country Arts Foundation.