As We Move Forward Through COVID-19: Updated May 2021

The Urban Artist Market is closely monitoring the COVID-19 coronavirus and wants to let you know that the health and safety of our exhibitors and attendees is our highest priority. We stand by the importance of our shows as they provide platforms to connect, engage, and facilitate commerce. We are committed to hosting safe and successful events throughout 2021.

We want to assure you that business continues as scheduled including all the upcoming shows in our 2021 schedule. Customers who wish to enter our marketplace and who are not subject to travel restrictions will be free to do so. While we remain open for business as usual, please join us in following the latest news and guidelines through official channels: and www.who.intl.


The Urban Artist Market has implemented several procedural changes to ensure safety of our exhibitors and attendees according to the latest CDC Guidelines:

  1. Due to current CDC Guidelines, we cannot require masks of attendees or exhibitors.
  2. However, our exhibitors will be encouraged to wear masks throughout the event whenever anyone is near their booth footprint.
  3. Disposable masks will be available at the entrance for attendees who have not brought their own mask.
  4. Hand sanitizer stations will be positioned at the entrance and throughout the show floor.
  5. The Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria provides detailed Safety and Sanitation protocols in alignment with public health authorities, medical and industry experts. For detailed information, CLICK HERE.
  6. The Urban Artist Market will not be passing appetizers or drinks during the event. However, the Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum will be providing a bar area and a food truck will be available outside on Saturday.
  7. Shoppers will be encouraged to limit touch to art that they are purchasing. Exhibitors will promote “touch-free” shopping with signage in their booth.

Questions and concerns should be sent to Chris by clicking here.


From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

  • For the general American public, who are unlikely to be exposed to this virus at this time, the immediate health risk from COVID-19 is considered low.
  • Under current circumstances, certain people will have an increased risk of infection, for example healthcare workers caring for patients with COVID-19 and other close contacts of persons with COVID-19. CDC has developed guidance to help in the risk assessment and management of people with potential exposures to COVID-19.
  • Comprehensive information from the CDC can be found at:

From the World Health Organization (WHO):

Recommendations and Advice for the Public
If you are not in an area where COVID-19 is spreading, or if you have not travelled from one of those areas or have not been in close contact with someone who has and is feeling unwell, your chances of getting it are currently low. However, it’s understandable that you may feel stressed and anxious about the situation. It’s a good idea to get the facts to help you accurately determine your risks so that you can take reasonable precautions. Your healthcare provider, your national public health authority and your employer are all potential sources of accurate information on COVID-19 and whether it is in your area. It is important to be informed of the situation where you live and take appropriate measures to protect yourself.

Comprehensive information from the World Health Organization (WHO) can be found at: