Creative Center of Scottsdale seeks artists for pop-up event

The Creative Center of Scottsdale, 3616 N. Scottsdale Road, is located in what was Mandall’s Shooting Supplies. (Submitted photo)

The Creative Center of Scottsdale is accepting applications from local artists to set up shop during a pop-up fair in March celebrating the center’s three-year anniversary.

The center, 3616 N. Scottsdale Road, is a co-working space dedicated to artists.

“The center is a creative, collaborative space, and this event encapsulates that,” stated Michelle Biely, owner at the Creative Center of Scottsdale. “This is not only a celebration of our three-year anniversary but a celebration of the great art that comes out of Arizona.”

During the fair, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, March 9, visitors can peruse local art pieces, take a look inside the Creative Center of Scottsdale and enjoy discounted dishes from Brat Haus.

The center’s current tenants, who include a painter, photographer, clothing designer and graphic design team, will place their work on display during the event, which is free to the public.

The Creative Center of Scottsdale is searching for additional artists who want to participate and sell their items.

Artists will have a 10-by-10-foot dedicated space on the center’s outdoor patio to display their work.

Various mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, jewelry/metalsmithing and others will be considered. Artists interested can apply to

If selected, the fee to rent a space is $25.

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