Art Fair Jackson Hole


The Art Association’s Art Fairs are quintessential Jackson Hole summer events. These outdoor fairs feature local and national artists selling fine art and craft including ceramics, paintings, jewelry, furniture, photography, and much more. Live music, food vendors, youth activities, and crafts add to the extended weekend activities at Snow King Ball Park. All proceeds benefit our art education and outreach programs.

Now in its 55th year for 2020, Art Fair Jackson Hole is a quintessential Jackson summer event.

These outdoor fairs happen twice during the summer and feature 160 juried, local and national artists selling fine art and craft. Types of art for sale include ceramics, paintings, jewelry, furniture, photography, and much more. An entertainment schedule with live music, youth activities and crafts, and food vendors add to the appeal of this not-to-be-missed fair at a new location at the Snow King Ball Park in downtown Jackson.

Hours: Friday & Saturday, 9am – 5pm;
Sunday, 9am – 3pm

Admission: Free for Art Association Members.
$5 Adults one-day entry; $10 adults three-day entry;
Free for kids 10 & under.

Questions? Contact our Special Events Manager, Kelli Reinertson: kelli@artassociation.org or 307.733.6379 x109


Interested in supporting the Art Fairs, the Art Association’s quintessential summer events and keeping entrance prices accessible for the entire community?  Become a Friend of the Art Fair!

Support the Art Fair

Interested?  Contact our Special Events Manager, Kelli Reinertson at kelli@artassociation.org.


Important Information for Artists
Please read these Art Fair Jackson Hole Artist FAQs 2020 to help answer the most common questions about Art Fair participation.

Art Fair Artist FAQs


Volunteer for an Art Fair
Your help makes a difference! Please read these Art Fair Jackson Hole Volunteer FAQs 2020 to answer your volunteer questions. Contact kelli@artassociation.org about volunteer opportunities.

Art Fair Volunteer FAQs


August 2019 Artists by Business Name:


Photos from previous Art Fairs: