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  • Lincoln Square Artisan & Makers Market

  • The Lincoln Square Artisan & Makers Market returns for a second year during the Summer of 2022!  Shop al fresco on Saturdays all Summer long at the Ainslie Arts Plaza!*  Stroll through a rotating crew of local artists and makers selling a variety of curated items.  The Artisan & Makers Market is a great way to kick-off your weekends this Summer!

    *There is no market on Saturday, July 9th 2022 due to Square Roots Chicago.  This event is also produced by the Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce and will include some of the vendors from Artisan & Makers Market.

  • Artisan & Makers Market

    2022 Market Details

    Dates: Saturdays, June through August
    (No market on Saturday, July 9th 2022)

    Time: 10:00am -2:00pm

    Location: Ainslie Arts Plaza, 4836 N. Lincoln Avenue

    Admission: FREE



  • Ainslie Arts Plaza - Artisan & Makers Market

    Market Vendor Details

    Peruse through the list of vendors participating this Summer at the market.  LEARN MORE

  • Ainslie Arts Plaza - Artisan & Makers Market

    Getting to the Market

    Join us at the Ainslie Arts Plaza just north of "The Square" in Lincoln Square.  LEARN MORE


    Special Edition: Market Mash Up

    Saturday, July 23, 2022

    The Artisan & Makers Market is teaming up with Chicago Printmakers Collaborative on Saturday, July 23 when they will be hosting their MONSTER TRUCK MASH: A Steamroller Printing Festival.  The Artisan & Makers Market will run it's normal time from 10am - 2pm in the Ainslie Arts Plaza and the Monster Truck Mash will take place across the street from 11am - 5pm. 


    What is a steamroller printing???? So glad you asked! It’s essentially traditional woodblock relief printing, but on a massive scale. At the festival, they’ll be inking up carved woodblocks as large as 24 square feet. Once covered in ink, large bolts of fabric will be laid on top of the blocks, and then they’ll run the whole thing over with an industrial steamroller. Think of it like a rubber stamp that you need ten people, a whole driveway, and construction equipment to print!



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