Jackalope Pasadena Art Fair

Three times a year, local indie artisans, crafters, fine artists, and vendors of all types descend upon Pasadena’s Central Park for the Jackalope Art Fair. Striving to create a unique curated shopping experience, Jackalope Art Fair has been going strong since 2014. You’ll find artists hawking wares such as homemade screen printed T-shirts, stationery, beaded jewelry, and decorative art; all local! Support our very own Nathan Murrell behind his booth, offering stylish decorative woodworks and handmade ceramics. Specializing in mixed-media carved woodblocks and earthenware pottery, Nathan Murrell Studio is a staple at these events.

Join DPP and Nathan at the first in-person Pasadena event this year. July 17th & 18th at Central Park Pasadena! Admission is free and along with arts and crafts vendors, you can find food, performances, and fun. See you there!

 

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