DIYPSI Indie Art Fair celebrates what makes Ypsilanti a unique place to live, work, and create

. December 1, 2015.
DIYpsi

Ypsilanti is a creative place and the bi-annual DIYPSI (pronounced Dip-see) Indie Art Fair celebrates what makes Ypsilanti a unique place to live, work, and create. Since 2010, the organizers have hosted a collection of the best artists from around the county with both summer and winter shows. This shopping experience not only offers original work in a variety of mediums, but also keeps dollars in the local community. Window-shoppers won’t go home with an empty stomach – hand-crafted food will be available, in addition to live music performances.

11am-7pm December 12, noon-6pm December 13
Riverside Arts Center, 76 N. Huron St., Ypsilanti
734-480-2787 | diypsi.com
Free

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