Art in the Barn welcomes you to its 42nd annual juried fine art festival
This wonderful fall festival brings community and artists together for a weekend of fine art, family fun, music, food and entertainment. Donations from artist and vendor sales provide funding for Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital's ongoing Modernization Campaign and commitment to excellence.
Great Family Outing
Fine art on display and ready for purchase to take home! Visit the over 175 artist tents and displays in one of the three barns. Grab a brat and some tasty treats, pull up a bail of hay and enjoy live entertainment on our main stage. Great for the entire family with petting zoo, children's art corner, and children's art gallery.
Music & Entertainment at the main stage throughout the event
Kids can enjoy the petting zoo and create their own art in the Children's Art Tent
Remember to participate in our raffle. Prizes are donated by the artists!
Pumpkins and mums for sale after the event
Come enjoy the day and be prepared to take home fine art to display in your home or as a gift or jewelry and clothing to wear or to share.
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Art in the Barn takes place on the grounds of Good Shepherd Hospital
450 West Northwest Highway, Route 22
Volunteers are on hand to direct visitors. Park & Ride service available throughout the event.
Let Us Entertain You
Petting Zoo open from 11:00am - 3:00pm each day. A $5.00 entrance fee includes a cup of food to feed to the animals. This wonderful activity is sponsored by friends of Art in the Barn, Pat & Fran Houlihan!
Special thanks to all our amazing entertainers, ranging from children's choir to rock & roll. Pull up a bail of hay, grab a brat and sing and dance along!
Student Art Gallery
2016 Art in the Barn will include works from two chosen young artists from each of the District 220 Barrington elementary schools. Their works will be showcased at the end of the main garage.
Come to the Food Court for a bite to eat, conveniently located near the main stage entertainment.
Sponsored by Good Shepherd Hospital