Compiled By Shelby Lang
From dancers to painters to jewelers and more, the Downtown Street & Art Fair has it all. The seventh annual fair in Downtown Bryan will “feature artists and artisans from across the region selling their homemade creations,” according to Amanda Reynolds, the events and programs manager for the Downtown Bryan Association.
On April 9 from 10am to 6pm, artists will cover the 200 block of W. 26th Street in Downtown Bryan with tents containing all of their art as well as stations outside of their tents. The Street & Art Fair will also have live music and street performers in addition to hands on art demonstrations.
This year, the Street & Art Fair is featuring a one-of-a-kind event, a live steamroller print demonstration. This is the first time the fair will feature such an event and it is the only steamroller printmaking event in the area.
“Over the last several years, Downtown Bryan has actively fostered arts and culture,” says Reynolds. “This fair continues to build on that by inviting our local artists as well as regional artists to support the rebirth that is occurring there.”
Reynolds says Downtown Bryan encourages everyone to visit the Street & Art Fair to experience the culture of the area. Admission is free and you might even find a little gem of your own to take home.
For more information, visit www.downtownbryan.com.