Blue Genie Art Bazaar

    Blue Genie Art Bazaar

    11/28/2014 - 12/24/2014 | Friday | 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

    Marchesa Hall & Theatre
    6226 Middle Fiskville Rd
    Austin,Texas 78752

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    The Blue Genie Art Bazaar (BGAB) features thousands of handmade artwork, jewelry and gifts from more than 135 Austin area artists. In addition to shopping, there will be a number of special art and music events throughout the nearly four-week show. BGAB is a free, family-friendly event, organized as an open shopping experience where shoppers can browse in a hassle-free environment with centralized checkout. Light foods, beverages and full bar also available.

    BGAB will again support the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central & South Texas via “Make-A-Wish Mondays” where the bazaar donates 10% of profits Dec. 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd to the charity.


    The Marchesa Hall & Theatre at 6226 Middle Fiskville Rd, Austin 78752, across from Highland Mall. FREE parking.


    A collection of Greater Austin’s most notable artisans and craftspeople. Works from artists such as Lisa Crowder (jeweler), Aly Winningham, Sam Hurt (art, animation) and many others provide a broad range of arts and crafts products of superior workmanship.

    In addition to the juried selection of artisans, there will be a number of special events throughout the nearly four-week show. Live acoustic performances will be featured every Monday and Wednesday from 6-7:30 pm, including blues guitarist, TRed (Dec. 9th and 18th) classic country singer, Bob Appel (Dec. 2nd and 16th) and festive, holiday music by The Larkwood Duo (Dec. 4th and 11th).


    November 29th through Dec 24th, 10am to 10pm daily except on Dec. 24th, closing at 6pm

    About the Blue Genie Art Bazaar

    The Blue Genie Art Bazaar is a creation of the principles at Blue Genie Art Industries; Chris Coakley, Kevin Collins, Rory Skagen and Dana Younger. Founded in 2001, it was originally held at the Blue Genie Art facility in east Austin. Starting as a lark among artists and friends with approximately 15 participants, BGAB has grown annually while gaining recognition for supporting the local arts community and regional small businesses. More information at