SCOTTSDALE – The Creative Center of Scottsdale, a co-working space dedicated only to artists, is hosting its second annual pop-up art fair to celebrate its fourth anniversary. The free event, happening on Saturday, February 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., will feature the work of local artists and the center’s current tenants. During the event, guests will also have a chance to try mini cannolis from Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, located just four blocks north of the center at 4000 North Scottsdale Road.
The center, which opened in February of 2016, has been home to creatives of all genres including painters, photographers and clothing designers.
“We’re excited to open our doors to the public, who will get to experience the incredible art of our tenants and community members,” said center owner Michelle Biely. “The fair is a celebration of the amazing work these artists create.”
WHO: The Creative Center of Scottsdale and local artists including:
· Freddie Lieberman, mixed medium painter
· Ken Sklute, a nature photographer
· Doria Dphrepaulezz, painter & poet
· Alynn Parde, photographer
· Paige Stone, oil painter
· Freed, illustrator
· Saad Haddad, painter
WHAT: The 2nd Annual Creative Center of Scottsdale Pop-up Art Fair will offer the public a chance to view and purchase local artwork.
WHEN: Saturday, February 22, 2019
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
WHERE: The Creative Center of Scottsdale
3616 N. Scottsdale Rd.,
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
COST: Free to public
Local artists who are interested in participating can still apply by submitting an application to arti[email protected] If selected, the fee to participate is $25 and they will have a 10 by 10 foot dedicated space on the center’s outdoor patio to display their work.
About the Creative Center of Scottsdale
The Creative Center of Scottsdale, located on 3616 N. Scottsdale Rd., provides open workspaces, private offices, daily meeting areas, an outdoor event courtyard and a second-story patio to sole proprietors and artists of all kinds. The 4,000 square foot center is located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale in what was Mandall’s Shooting Supplies. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram and creativecenterscottsdale.com.