Art In The Park Festival 2019 (Brighton, CO) - Call For Artists

Art in the Park Festival 2019 (Brighton, CO) – Call For Artists

Art in the Park Festival 2019 (Brighton, CO) – Call For Artists

The City of Brighton announces a call for artists for the fourth annual Art in the Park Festival 2019, to be held Saturday, June 22, 2019, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Carmichael Park, 650 Southern St. Brighton, CO. This one-day festival will give artists the opportunity to display and sell their work. Art can be any medium. The festival features an artist market, performance stage, children’s activity zone, children’s interactive art activities, popular food trucks, and a beer/wine garden.

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Deadline: 17 May 2019

Art in the Park Festival 2019 is the City of Brighton’s annual outdoor celebration of the rich and diverse artists in and around our community. It is marketed utilizing press releases, local, and regional print media and social media. These resources are used to publicize the event. KBRI Ch. 8 TV films the event. It can be viewed on Channel 8, YouTube, and the arts and culture website.

Art in the Park Festival 2019 Artist Benefits

Customer service is a priority throughout the day. The planning committee provides volunteer driven golf carts for the artists to assist in unloading and delivery to their booth area. The City of Brighton will help load-in/load out and provide lunch. Event committee members are on site all day providing water, handing out lunch vouchers, and to meet any needs of the artists. Cash prizes awarded for booth presentation.

About The City of Brighton

The City of Brighton and the Office of Arts and Culture support the art community with the Art in the Park Festival, The Brighton Summer Concert Series, Fourth of July, City Barbecue, Flix and Kicks Concert/Movie Series, ARTfest art shows/receptions, pARTy Bus, Artist Salons, Brighton Excellence in Arts Awards, Fiber Arts Showcase and Play, and Summerfest.

The City of Brighton values diversity, whether it is types of interests, cultural or age related differences. Examples of these efforts include:

  • Posters created in English and Spanish for our Aurora Symphony Concert that featured the music of Latin America.
  • Three of the four elementary schools in the after school arts program are classified as Title 1 schools.
  • The Brighton Concert Series clearly illustrates the inclusiveness of our community. Main stage entertainers feature quality and diverse performers ranging from jazz to Mariachis to big band.
  • Many concerts are free, removing economic obstacles.
  • Special accommodations are provided for those needing assistance/accessibility (ramps, elevators, portable restrooms, parking, seating).
  • Advertising and promotion of events in the Brighton Connection, a bi-lingual publication.

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