Art for the Cash poor

Art Star

Clover Markets

Bok Building

Christmas Village

Crafty Balboa

PMA Craft Show

West Craft Fest

Sustain Your Neighborhood

Explore Philadelphia’s Art Markets and Fairs

There are vendor opportunities that pop-up in Philadelphia and surrounding communities throughout the year. The range of work includes museum quality studio craft to emerging artisans launching their own business. Click below to discover hundreds of artists and where to find them. 

In Alphabetical Order

Art for the Cash Poor

InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor is a Philly-centric affordable art fair – a free and public art sale directly benefiting local artists and craftspeople. All artwork is sold for $200 or less. 400 N American St

Art Star

Art Star represents working studio artists and crafters from the Philadelphia area and beyond through our retail stores, bazaars, and pop up markets. All items are handcrafted within the US by individual artists or small production studios. 111 S Independence Mall E

Bok Building

The Bok Building, a once historic vocational school, is an evolving center for creatives, small-businesses, non-profits, small-batch manufacturers and beyond. The host seasonal markets, First Friday events and other pop-ups throughout the year.  1901 South 9th Street

Christmas Village

The Christmas Village in Philadelphia is an outside holiday market event in Center City Philadelphia, which is modeled after the traditional Christmas Markets in Germany. Vendors will set up shop to sell a wide variety of gifts and crafts as well as food and drinks. 1400 John F Kennedy Blvd

Clover Markets

Our seasonal spring and fall popup markets feature vendors with a well-edited assortment of handmade goods and high quality vintage finds in Chestnut Hill, Bryn Mawr, Kennett Square, and Collingswood.  25 W Highland Ave

Crafty Balboa

Crafty Balboa is a bi-annual market featuring local artists and makers from the Philadelphia region. Our makers provide the highest quality handcrafted goods. 30 Irvin Ave, Collingswood

 

Feminist Flea

The Feminist Flea Market & Craft Fair, organized by House Cat, is by and for artists and makers marginalized for their gender, especially trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming folks. Proceeds from the market’s entry fee benefit a local community-led organization. 121 N Christopher Columbus Blvd

 

PMA Craft Show

This premier show and sale of contemporary craft and design includes 195 of the finest and most dynamic craft artists in the United States, selected by an esteemed panel of craft experts. All work is for sale and the artists receive 100% of their sale proceeds. 1101 Arch St

 

Spring Arts Fest

An open air market with a wide variety of crafters, makers and delicious food vendors serving up snacks to accompany the collective Beer Garden combining the neighborhood Breweries. 1006 Buttonwood Street

Sustain Your Neighborhood

There will be live music, food from Sor Ynez, an activity tent for all ages, local sustainability-focused resources, and over 40+ vendors. 1800 N. American St.

West Craft Fest

Local Wares Handmade With Care. West Philadelphia’s biggest and best art & craft event is held three times a year. Woodland Av & 40th St