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DIY Street Fair + Funky Ferndale Art Fair

The DIY Street Fair and the Funky Ferndale Art Fair have coordinated festivities this year to create one huge, weekend-long art event featuring the works and wares of metro Detroit’s most creative people. On the “Funky” side of Woodward, special projects include a “teen artists alley” displaying paintings, photographs, and multi-media pieces from the Teen Artists Program, as well as an installation of over 200 hand-painted scarves along Nine Mile by recent Ferndale High School grad Espacia Fotiu. And on the “DIY” side of of Woodward, enjoy live music, craft beer, cocktails, and food, while perusing works by talented artists, makers, and crafters. The Funky Ferndale Art Fair begins at 3 p.m. & DIY Street Fair begins at 6 p.m.

Venue Details

  • Downtown Ferndale

    9 Mile and Woodward, Ferndale Greater Royal Oak Area


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