March Fair Program

The Other Art Fair produces a comprehensive program of interactive art activations for you to engage with. Check out our 2020 program below to see what we're all about.

EXHIBITING ARTISTS

Discover artwork from over 130 emerging and independent artists, specially selected by our expert-led Selection Committee. Each edition of the Fair provides visitors with the opportunity to meet and buy art directly from the artist - your chance to invest in the maker!

SAATCHI ART TOURS

Join a free tour with one of our Saatchi Art Curatorial team members for a guided introduction into the art world. 

Discover what to look for when buying art, how to buy for your individual taste and budget, or be introduced to a variety of our exhibiting artists. 

Tours will run on the following dates and times:
Thursday: 7pm
Friday 5pm, 7pm
Saturday: 1pm, 3pm
Sunday: 1pm, 3pm

FRIDAY LATE

We’re celebrating art after dark with drinks, live DJs, exhibiting artists, and installations. Visit us any time before 9 p.m. for some after-work fun, and kick-start your weekend an ‘Other’ way.

GREENER FUTURE - Limited-Edition Reusable Cup

We are excited to announce that this edition of Fair will be seeing no single-use plastic on-site! 

In addition to recycling bins and returnable cups which will be provided throughout the event, cups with an exclusive design by renowned British artist David Shrigley, will also be available for purchase. 

Be part of our Greener Future pledge and get your limited-edition cup at the Cashier or Welcome Desk!

FOOD & DRINK

Satisfied your art cravings and hungry for something else? Treat yourself to a variety of food and drinks throughout the event.

With a whole host of tantalisingly tasty street food vendors, you'll need that second stomach! You can also find your daily coffee fix or a cheeky glass of bubbles, at the Fair. 

HELLO HUNTER: Hand-Poked Tattooing

Get inked live at the Fair by Sydney based hand-poked tattoo artist Hello Hunter. Hunter specialises in stick & poke tattooing, a technique which he calls “the oldest and simplest form of tattooing.” Make sure you stop by his stand to see his designs and get your own tattoo.