The Winter Art Fair Off the Square
(formerly the Winter Art Festival) is held in the Monona Terrace Convention Center, pictured here in a Transparent Watercolor Painting by the late Peter Dooley
A construction of Handmade Paper and Pastels by
Peggy Ziegler of Pewaukee
Stoneware by Randall Borchers and Pooka Ness of Viola
Silver, Gold, Cloissone,
and Gemstone Jewelry
by Wayne Farra of Lone Rock
Fine, Handcrafted Furniture
Bill Bale of Fort Atkinson
An Encaustic by Jessie Fritsch
of Stevens Point
The Winter Art Fair Off the Square (formerly the Winter Art Festival) was started in 1989 as a companion
show to our summer Art Fair Off the Square. The show is held in the
Exhibition Hall of the spectacular Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Monona
Terrace Convention and Community Center, which is located 3 blocks
off Madison's Capitol Square. It takes place on November 16 and 17, 2013 and the hours are 9:00 to 5:00 on Saturday and 10:00
to 4:00 on Sunday.
Our Winter Art Fair Off the Square features 144
Wisconsin exhibitors with a wonderful selection of pottery, paintings,
fiber, glass art, wood, photography, jewelry, graphics, sculpture and more.
In addition, on Saturday the art festival features a very successful Silent Auction of artwork contributed by our exhibitors. Part of the proceeds benefit our Youth Scholarship Fund.
There is a Young Collectors' Corner where only children under twelve are admitted to purchase artwork of their choosing. Much of the art is the same as in exhibitors' booths but at a much reduced price. See our WAAC Winter Art Fair Off the Square Gallery for photos of the fair. A Kids' Corner offers children the opportunity to create small artworks.
Musical entertainment ranges from Celtic to New Orleans blues to classical with special performances by advanced piano students of area piano teachers.
WHERE IS IT?
to the Festival:
Monona Terrace Convention Center
If you need more complete directions, click HERE to
go to the Monona Terrace Convention Center Web site.