Artigras is a fine arts festival that is held in Green Bay. This event will offer patrons a chance to view and purchase the works of about 100 eclectic artists and craft persons from throughout the Midwest. Exhibited for sale are original works representing various media. Artist demonstrations take place throughout the event providing a close-up view of artists and their work during the creative process. Outstanding performances are a highlight at the event including songs and stories from Ireland, acoustic rock, powerful jazz, a classical string quartet, ballet and more. Children can get hands-on art experience through participation in a variety of creative art activities. Cultural Corner features information booths and special exhibits by area organizations giving visitors valuable information about the many community cultural opportunities in the area.
*Note: Due to Covid-19, Artigras will look and feel a little different.
We will be following all guidelines set in place at the time of the event.
Date: March 5 & 6, 2022
Resch Expo – 840 Armed Forces Dr, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304
Admission: $TBD adults, children free
Please stay tuned for more information coming for 2022!
Information from previous years, may not apply in 2022.
FREE parking is available on weekends in the Main Street Ramp. The parking ramp can be accessed from Main, Madison or Pine Street.
Green Bay Visitor and Convention Bureau can assist you with your travel plans. Call (920) 494-9507 or toll-free (888) 867-3342 or visit www.greenbay.com.
Once application is closed, artists and their work will be visible online.
Artigras Art Fair Calendar
- Application Opens: TBD
- Entry Deadline: TBD
- Acceptance Notification: TBD
- Art Fair Hours: TBD
- Art Fair Location: TBD
In the Rules of Entry (see below) section the selection procedure has been outlined to ensure every entrant that their work will receive fair and equitable consideration. Artstreet and Artigras award winners from the three previous years will be automatically accepted into Artigras. All other entrants must be juried.