46th Annual Arts And Crafts Show - Call For Artists

46th Annual Arts And Crafts Show – Call For Artists

46th Annual Arts And Crafts Show – Call For Artists

Girls Inc of Santa Fe announces a call for artists for their 46th Annual Arts and Crafts Show, featuring the work of over 160 local and national professional artists. Artist categories include fiber art, jewelry, painting, pottery, sculpture, metal work, wood work, and photography.

Click here for the application / registration

Deadline: 31 May 2018

$450 booth fee / Post 1-1-2018: Grass & end booths $500, regular $475

$50 fee for shared booth

$20 Credit Card Processing Fee (Fee is $20 per booth. There is no charge for paying with cash or check.)

$60 Late Fee (For applications received on or after June 1st.)

Electricity is available and included for all booths except those that begin with “S.” Artists pay for their booth space only. No commission is collected from artists’ sales.

The 46th Annual Arts And Crafts Show brings in 25,000 to 30,000 visitors. This show is the third largest market on the Santa Fe Plaza each year. Artists rate our show as the one of their best shows, if not “The Best.” The Girls Inc. show fills quickly each year. They always seek new artisans. In participating in the show, you are not only benefiting from 45 years of experience and massive tourist traffic, but also supporting work to advocate on behalf of all girls to ensure they grow up strong, smart, and bold.

About Girls Inc. of Santa Fe

Girls Inc. of Santa Fe has been operating for over 60 years. They are part of a national organization that inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Intentional programming focuses on keeping girls in their learning minds. Their nationally-developed programs are the result of studies conducted by the Girls Incorporated National Resource Center, the largest and most comprehensive research center on girls in the country. Informal education programs encourage girls to take risks and master physical, intellectual, and emotional challenges. Programs address math and science education, health and sexuality, drug abuse prevention, media literacy, economic literacy, violence prevention, communication, conflict resolution, and sports participation.

For more information, contact acshow@girlsincofsantafe.org.

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