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Art in the Park

September 2-4, 2023, 10am-5pm Art in the Park has been a part of the Marietta Square’s history since 1986 and takes place in and around...

Chalk Spot

A Street Chalk Art Display The Chalk Spot – a street chalk art display for children of all ages is scheduled for Saturday, September 2,...

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Marietta Art in the Park? The Art in the Park Festival is a fine art show featuring artists from around the country. Art...

Artist Information

Interested in becoming an artist for 2023? Applications will be available December 2022 on Zapplication. DATES & TIMES:  Saturday – Monday, September 2-4, 2023   ...

September 2 - 4, 2023, 10am-5pm

Marietta Art in the Park, an Atlanta Labor Day weekend tradition is celebrating its 37th year! Our incredible three-day juried Fine Art Festival takes place on the historic Marietta Square in Glover Park and attracts over 50,000 guests. This professionally managed event is ranked #13 by Sunshine Artist Magazine in 2022 in the 100 Best Fine Art & Design Shows and was named one of the Best Shows in America for 2010-2020. It is consistently awarded a Top 20 Event by the Southeast Tourism Society and is the only fine art festival held in Cobb County.

What to expect?

Known best for its fine art offerings, Marietta Art in the Park gives individuals and families the chance to have all kinds of outdoor fun during Labor Day weekend. The festival began 37 years ago and has become one of the premier fine art shows in Atlanta, and the only one in Cobb County. This fine art extravaganza features the Artist Market, representing the best in fine handcrafted works by 175 artists from all over the country. Art displayed during the festival includes paintings, photography, pottery, graphic arts, sculptures, jewelry, woodworking and much more. The Artist Market gives visitors the chance to purchase art but also to talk with the artists who make it. Some artists also offer demonstrations during the festival for a real behind-the-scenes look. Kids of all ages love the ever-popular Children’s Art Alley with several free make and take crafts and the Chalk Spot where kids and adults of all ages use their imagination to create chalk masterpieces. The festival supports both Marietta City Schools and Cobb County Schools through fund raising efforts during the festival. Join us September 2-4 on the Marietta Square, as we look forward to seeing you again!