Artsplosure Raleigh Arts Festival 2019 – Call For Artists
Artsplosure announces a call for artists for those interested in exhibiting and selling at the Artsplosure Raleigh Arts Festival 2019, which annually attracts over 75,000 attendees. Artsplosure is the one of the most prestigious art and craft fairs in the Southeast. They are the topped ranked festival in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. Artsplosure is ranked 50th nationally in the Sunshine Artists’ 2018 national listing of Fine Art Fairs. Carolinas AAA members recently voted Artsplosure the “Best Festival” in North Carolina. Artsplosure always tops Triangle area “Best of” lists.
Deadline: 1 Feb 2019
Artsplosure Raleigh Arts Festival 2019 will run for two days, May 18 and 19. All work displayed or offered for sale must be of your own artistic creation. A four-member jury will review and score all submissions. Artists will be notified of acceptance or non-acceptance in late February.
Artsplosure Raleigh Arts Festival 2019 Artist Benefits
Artsplosure has entertained and inspired hundreds of thousands of people for the past 40 years, introducing them to underrepresented artists and performers. Every aspect of the festival is curated with an eye toward presenting quality art and a healthy dose of the unexpected. The festival balances critically acclaimed national artists with some of North Carolina’s best visual and performing artists. The result is an eccentric mix of artistic expression, undoubtedly with something that appeals to everyone. All artist booths are located on the highly trafficked main street in Downtown Raleigh. Artists will receive free parking, artist hospitality, and booth sitters. A three-judge panel will award six cash prizes that total at $3,500.
Artsplosure’s mission is to produce quality events that make the works of the most imaginative and celebrated artists accessible to the public in an effort to enrich our community and inspire greater love for the visual and performing arts. Artsplosure was conceived in 1978 by subcommittees of the newly formed City of Raleigh Arts Commission who were planning a citywide arts festival that would combine an “explosion” of art activity with people’s “exposure” to all types of art. The following year, Artsplosure was incorporated to produce high quality and accessible arts festivals. They identify, nurture, and showcase artists seeking to reach wider audiences. Since its first festival in April 1980, Artsplosure has presented thousands of artists whose works span across many disciplines and art forms.
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