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2024 Old Town Art Fair – Chicago



Dear Friends,

As we ease into spring from our mild winter, plans are shaping up for the 74th Old Town Art Fair on June 8-9, 2024. Many neighbors and volunteers have been working for months to welcome artists, patrons, and visitors to our neighborhood for a truly one-of-a-kind event. We have juried in another outstanding group of artists this year as well as our second year of our Emerging Artist and a truly inspiring Non-Profit Arts Exhibitor, Firebird Community Arts. In addition to the art, we will have our popular Garden Walk, Children’s Corner and great food and music.

Our poster artwork this year has inspired us to adopt a theme for the 2024 Old Town Art Fair of  “THRIVE”. We love the universal message of Chicago artist Clifton Henri’s artwork titled Don’t Just Survive…The Old Town Art Fair continues to thrive, and as a result the Old Town Triangle neighborhood as well through improvements to the parks, sidewalks, and trees in the Triangle. In addition, continued improvements to our Old Town Art Center, its programs and offerings, and our generous Grants programs are all supported by proceeds from The Old Town Art Fair and our Friends of the Fair. The 2023 Grant recipients are highlighted on our website.

Please consider becoming a Friend of the Fair by making a direct contribution. As with everything, our costs for the Fair continue to increase, so donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.  Donations received by April 30th will be recognized. If you prefer, donations are also accepted online here.

Thank you for your contribution, and see you in June!

Chris Nelson 2024 Old Town Art Fair Chair

Did you know that many companies match employee donations to charitable organizations? We encourage you to inquire about your company’s policy. Please click here if you would like to print out a donation form. You can mail or drop off a completed form with your donation to:

Old Town Triangle Association
1763 N. North Park Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614
Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.