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Chicago Artisan Market

Food, Fashion, Home Goods + Art

Chicago Artisan Market showcases the best of Chicago in food, fashion, home goods and art.

This curated marketplace celebrates the ingenuity of independent, small businesses who channel their passions into creating one-of-a-kind products.

Meet & shop with the artisans and learn how they make their products, eats, art and confections.

Look, feel and taste your way through this delightful Sunday market. (Indoor event)

Date: Sunday,  March 10, 2019 (Spring Market)

Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Venue: Morgan Manufacturing – 401 N. Morgan St., Chicago

Buy Tickets: $8 General Admission in advance / $10 at Door | 4 for $20 (in advance only) | $25 with VIP Goodie Bag

Kids under 12 free – check out our Kids Zone

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Classes at the Chicago Artisan Market:

 Updated class info coming soon

Purchase tickets in advance online or from your phone.

Kids Zone activities:
Complimentary face painting * arts & crafts * snacks & beverages

For sponsorship options or questions about the Chicago Artisan Market please call 312.461.9500 or email

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Julie's Chocolate bonbons
Swaby | designer Shernett Swaby
Edgewater Candles - Orchid Neroli

The Chicago Artisan Market features the best of Chicago in food, fashion, home goods and art.

Our vendors are small businesses run by people who carry on the City’s rich history as a “city that works.”  The sheer ingenuity and passion that goes into making their products is a cause for celebration, so we created a market to do just that!

We are dedicated to our mission of supporting independently owned businesses.

There are strong economic reasons why communities should support local artisans and independent, small businesses.

• They hire local.
• They pay taxes locally that fund our schools, parks, public safety and infrastructure.
• They grow faster than big companies.
• They enrich our culture.
• They are the soul of our neighborhoods.

More than two-thirds of the small businesses we work with are women-owned or minority-owned.

We’ve all read too many stories about “large” companies that receives tax subsidies to relocate to or stay in Chicago/Illinois – only to lay off employees a few years later. As the comedian Chris Rock exclaims repeatedly in one of our son’s favorite movie scenes: “That ain’t right!”

Join us for Chicago Artisan Market, and celebrate the fact that nearly every successful business starts small.

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