For the first time since its inception eight years ago, the Plymouth Arts Fair is going virtual due to—you guessed it—COVID-19.
Some say art is in the eye of the beholder, but it might also be in the heart of your browser.
For the first time since its inception eight years ago, the Plymouth Arts Fair is going virtual due to—you guessed it—COVID-19. From November 20 through December 11, the city will act as virtual host of the fair, directing viewers to artists’ websites, where they can view and purchase items of their liking.
The annual event allows artists to showcase, demonstrate and sell their original artwork. Typically an in-person event at the Plymouth Creek Center, the art fair features paintings, photography, sculptures, jewelry, pottery, clothing/accessories, household items and more by about 30 local and regional artists.
In addition, Alyssa Fram, recreation supervisor, noted that the city plans to offer other online events with the Plymouth Arts Council during the run of the art fair.
This year’s event is sponsored by Kyle Vitense State Farm and TCF Bank.
Visit plymouthmn.gov for more information.