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Fiesta Arts Fair

Time: April 18, 2009 at 10am to April 19, 2009 at 5pm
Location: Southwest School of Art and Craft
Website or Map: http://www.swschool.org/index…
Event Type: art, fair
Organized By: Southwest school of art and craft
Latest Activity: Apr 4, 2009

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National Show, with a Fiesta Flair
Since 1973, the Fiesta Arts Fair has drawn artists from around the nation and the region, whose work has been selected by a juried panel.

In 2009, 125 artists from 23 states - from Maine to Washington - will display and sell works in metal, ceramics, glass, painting, photography, textures and jewelry.

In February 2008, San Antonio's Fiesta Arts Fair was named one of America's Top Ten Art Fairs and Festivals (coming in at #7, to be exact) by the national magazine, American Style.

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