Greenville’s Art Festival, Artisphere is Back in 2023!

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Art fun for all ages is happening from home May 12th through the 14th, 2023 as Greenville’s Artisphere is back in-person. There will be many art events, including live talks and demonstrations, entertainment, activity sessions for the kids, and much more. Here’s everything you need to know about Artisphere 2023.

Photo Credit: FELTasticFashion 2020 Artisphere Artist

Things to Do at Artishpere 2023

There’s something for everyone and some things you may discover you like that you never knew about. At a recent festival, my son was able to get a lesson from a welder about working with copper. It was something he still talks about! If you are doing home-based learning this year, this is a great opportunity to work art into your curriculum!

In addition to viewing art on GE Artist Row, other art experiences will include Clemson STEAM Exhibit, Spinx Kidsphere, Legacy Early College Kidsphere Music, Live Art Demonstrations, Street Chalk Art and more.

Artisphere is back with no tickets, no gates, and no timeslots!

Artisphere 2023

  • Friday, May 12, 2023: 12 to 6 pm
  • Saturday, May 13, 2023: 10 to 8 pm
  • Sunday, May 14, 2023: 11 to 6 pm

Who is performing at Artishpere in 2023? The Artisphere site has a list of performers in 2023.

Who will be displaying art at Artishpere in 2023? 143 artists will be onsite at Artisphere. Here’s the list of 2023 visual artists at Artisphere.

Check back soon for 2023 culinary arts!

Artisphere in Greenville SC
Mural by Sunny Malarky on the Anchorage Building in the West Village, Greenville

About Artisphere: Artisphere is a highlight of Greenville’s cultural calendar and a Top 10 Fine Arts festival in the country.  The event features a juried Visual Artist Row; Artists of the Upstate, a juried exhibition of local artists; Outdoor Stages with performances by local and national artists; hands-on Kidsphere children’s art activities; the Culinary Arts Café that highlights local restaurants; and Special Festival Art Projects that enliven the streets of Greenville with street musicians, acrobats, sidewalk artists, and more. Artisphere is attended by approximately 90,000 patrons annually and has an estimated economic impact of $6.4 million on the Greenville community.  Artisphere is a 501(c) (3) not for profit organization. For information visit

Do your kids love art? Here are some Places in Greenville Where Kids Can Make Art!

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About the Author
Melanie is a native New Yorker, who landed in the Upstate by way of Florida. She is the mom of two awesome kids, and the three of them love going on adventures!

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