2020 Ann Arbor Art Fair canceled due to COVID-19; will return in July 2021

Ann Arbor, Mich. — It is with heavy hearts that the Directors of the four
individual Ann Arbor Art Fairs come together to announce the decision to cancel the 2020 Ann Arbor Art Fair.

This was an extremely difficult decision, as we know how deeply this impacts the participating artists, local businesses and the broader Ann Arbor community.

However, the Covid-19 virus has changed the world as we know it and the safety of our visitors, artists, and area residents is the top priority. We are deeply saddened, but we have consulted with City officials and determined that we are just not able to produce the Art Fair in a manner that will adhere to the mandated social distancing requirements that lie ahead.

We are confident that the 2021 Ann Arbor Art Fair will bring renewed enthusiasm for this well-loved event that has brought world-class art to the streets of Ann Arbor for the last 60 years. We invite you to join us once again as downtown Ann Arbor transforms into an art lovers paradise
the third week of July 2021!

Follow The Ann Arbor Art Fair on social media (FB & instagram) @AnnArborArtFair or visit our website at www.theAnnArborArtFair.com

The Ann Arbor Art Fair is a Midwest tradition that draws close to half a million attendees over four days in July. The largest juried art fair in the nation, the Ann Arbor Art Fair features more than 1,000 artists and a
footprint spanning 30 city blocks in downtown Ann Arbor.

The Ann Arbor Art Fair is comprised of four independently juried, nonprofit art fairs that run consecutively: Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, The Original; Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair; Ann Arbor’s South University Art Fair; and Ann Arbor State Street Art Fair.

For more information about the Ann Arbor Art Fair, please visit www.theannarborartfair.com.

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