The Racine Arts Council presents Ballyhoo at the Zoo, Fine Art Fair (formerly MSAF) one of Wisconsin's oldest and most respected juried fine art fairs, Saturday & Sunday, June 5 - 6, 2021, 9:00 – 4:00, presenting over 60 artists from around the country exhibiting works in a variety of media.
Racine’s premier North Main St. location, the Racine Zoo, is located on beautiful Lake Michigan offering large grassy areas for booth space and wide walkways that allow socially distanced setup for artists and visiting patrons. Come to enjoy stunning artwork, gorgeous views of the lake, wonderful zoo animals and an atmosphere of playfulness and joy for adults and children.
New this year is a collaboration with the Racine Heritage Museum, highlighting Racine’s heritage of innovation with two locally designed and engineered cars. The 1927 Nash “Golfer’s Coupe”, a 67Hp, 6-cylinder, wood-framed coupe, was marketed as a luxury option with upscale interior appointments and a door that opened into the boot where golf clubs could be stowed and retrieved. The 1927 Case Model Y Touring Car will also be on display. Case continued its auto line under the Case brand until 1927. These cars will exemplify Racine’s creativity and innovation and will be the ideal complement to the inventive art being offered at the fair.
The “Positive Power of Art” is a chance to support artists and the arts! Food and beverages are available. Admission is $5.
- June 5, 2021 - June 6, 2021
- Recurring daily
- Location: 2131 North Main Street, Racine Zoo, WI
- Phone: (262) 635-0261
- Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
- Price: $5.00