The Deep Ellum Arts Festival is returning for its 26th iteration this fall after being postponed because of the pandemic.

The free event will showcase paintings, sculptures, photography, jewelry, woodworking, ceramics, mixed media, leatherwork, fashion and other fine crafts. Entertainment will be provided by live bands of different genres.

Artisans and musicians will line six blocks stretching over half a mile from Malcolm X Boulevard to Exposition Avenue.

The festival usually takes place in April but was rescheduled to Sept. 10-12 because of COVID-19.


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