Located on 23rd St. at Guadalupe across from The University of Texas at Austin’s campus and between two large murals, the 23rd Street Artists’ Market is easy to find.

Texas MuralNorth Side
Austin MuralSouth Side

This newly restored mural has been a visitor's destination since it was originally painted in the 1970's.

Garage Parking

If you are unable to find public parking on your way to the market, you have the option to use a parking garage. The closest parking garage is the University Co-op Parking Garage on San Antonio St. at 23rd St. This garage is also convenient to West Campus, Guadalupe Street, the West Mall, the Union, Flawn Academic Center, the Main Building, the Communications Building, and the Faculty Center.

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About the Market

The 23rd Street Artists’ Market features a wide variety of handcrafted items for sale by local artists, including jewelry, original art, apparel, leather goods and more! The 23rd Street Artists’ Market was established by citywide vote by the citizens of Austin in a public referendum in 1971. The market formally opened in 1972. It became an all handmade market in 1976. The market belongs to the artists and the public.

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TO GET YOUR LICENSE: Come to the monthly Artists' Meeting, held every 3rd Wednesday at 7 p.m at the Dougherty Arts Center located at 1110 Barton Springs Rd., between S. Lamar and S. First. The December meeting will be held on the 2nd Wednesday. All of your work must be handmade by you and sold by you. No kits are allowed.

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