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CAP was founded in 1990 to act as an advocate for the arts, serve the public by providing services and resources for county artists and arts organizations, and encourage collaboration among arts, education, business, civic and government organizations.Learn more
Intersection of Third Street & Route 13. Turn at "Aldi" and "B&W Supply"
(GPS Address: 545 Third St, Ithaca, NY 14850)
Each year the Artists' Market fills all 88 booths at the Farmers Market location in a unique, once-a-year, can't miss event. No admission fee! Just come!
Over 70 established artists are juried into the Ithaca Artists' Market each year to showcase and sell some of the best art in the region. Visitors to the market have the special opportunity to meet and talk with all these artists in one place and to buy works of all shapes, sizes, and disciplines: paintings, prints, photographs, functional work, sculpture, stained glass, collage, fiber art and digital work. Now including books, music, video and more!
In addition to the artists, about 12 Tompkins County arts organizations have booths, giving the public a chance to learn about their mission, and maybe get a sneak preview of their upcoming events!
The remaining booths feature food vendors offering everything from full meals to desserts, and wine. (See list below)
Music sets the mood all day long with the East Hill Jazz Group with local musicians Johnny Russo, on trumpet and trombone, Doug Robinson on guitar, Brian Earle on clarinet and London McDaniels on bass.
Check out the slide show in left hand column!
Our goal is to provide the public with a varied show as well as giving local artist the opportunity to sell.
Sold at booth 44 at the market
Tickets are only $1 each! See list here.
Choose the items you wish to win
The Artists' Markets (there's also one in December) are annual events organized by the Community Arts Partnership (CAP) of Tompkins County. Other programs of CAP include the Greater Ithaca Art Trail, Spring Writes Literary Festival, the CAP ArtSpace, the Holiday Artists Market, and IthacaEvents.com. CAP also offers grants, workshops, an on-line registry and other services for local artists and arts organizations.