Other highlights include a Sea Lion Sculpture and Passport to the Arts Clock Collaboration.
Music and food at the Tivoli Too! create summer memories. If you haven’t visited yet, do so and start a family tradition.
Check the events calendar to see all events and exhibits in August.
The Art-A-Fair also funds the Art-A-Fair Foundation that’s 100% driven by volunteers and supports arts education in Southern California.
A colorful history lends to the fun of the annual summer event. Artists having trouble displaying their works in the single largest event of the time, the Festival of Arts, hung their paintings along fences. The outcasts became a hit and eventually sought a larger and more permanent space.
There are about 125 exhibiting members with an international flair and high standards that garner respect from the local arts community.
Check the website for prices on passes and all events.
Laguna Beach has been an artists colony since around 1900 when an artist from England, Norman St. Clair, arrived there in 1899. He later died of tuberculosis in Pasadena in 1912.