The Bellevue Downtown Association is gearing up to celebrate and support burgeoning artists, crafts and creativity at the 32nd Annual Bellevue Downtown Arts Market later this month.
From July 30-31, an outdoor showcase of over 110 unique sculptures, jewelry, home decor, wood, glassware, fabrics and other local crafts will take place in downtown Bellevue between 106th Avenue NE and 6th Street NOT. A full list of artists can be found here.
Food trucks, stimulating art activations and live music ranging from flamenco fusion to folk will also be on site.
Last year, the event was moved to Labor Day weekend to preserve an in-person experience and accommodate artist and audience safety. This year, BDA staff are looking forward to returning to the July dates alongside the Bellevue Arts Museum’s award-winning arts fair.
“The Arts Market is a wonderful opportunity to support artists from different parts of the Pacific Northwest and beyond,” said BDA President Patrick Bannon. “Whether you’re an avid collector or just looking to have fun on the weekend, this is a community event worth attending.”
On July 30, the event will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on July 31, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.