The North End Neighborhood Organization announces a call for artists for the Marydale Arts Festival. Event to be held on September 28, 2019 from 12 PM – 5 PM. It is a fun filled afternoon art festival designed for local artists to share their work for sale. The festival includes a bouncy house, birdhouses, North-End temporary tattoos, local bands, food trucks, yoga (courtesy of Real Life Coffee and Yoga), face painting, puppet show, beer garden, and representation from local organizations.
Deadline: 27 Sept 2019
Marydale Arts Festival is free to register. Handmade craft products are accepted. Artists will be able to show and sell work at a festival that draws a unique demographic. It happens later in the year than most other festivals. Additionally, the North End Neighborhood Organization strives to make the process of tabling easy for new attendees and help them gain experience selling art. Last year over 1000 attendees filled the park and enjoyed art, music, games, food, and beer. This year will draw more as this festival grows. Many artists made upward of $300-500 at this festival in 2018.
About North End Neighborhood Organization
The North End Neighborhood Organization (NENO), a dynamic district council in the City of Saint Paul, works to serve, support, and promote the community as an equitable place for everyone to live, work, and play. NENO will promote the north end as an equitable, relevant, influential, and engaged neighborhood by:
- Supporting community equity and engagement
- Helping the community live and work together to achieve success
- Supporting proactively a diverse, sustainable, and connected community
- Publicizing the North End as a safe, economically developing, and welcoming neighborhood
- Bringing vitality to the North End by improving businesses
- Marketing the North End as a desirable neighborhood for everyone
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The Tifton Museum of Arts and Heritage announces a call for artists for Celebrate Creativity, an art showoff and sale. To be held Saturday, November 9th at 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday, November 10th at 1 pm to 4 pm.
Deadline: 1 Sept 2019
Submit up to three pieces of artwork inside and reserve a 10X10 space outside to set up a display booth. More than one medium is allowed; however, only one artist is allowed per booth. Each artist should register and pay for a booth separately. Please provide at least two photos of each medium you will bring. The Tifton Museum of Arts and Heritage will display as much art as the building and grounds allow. When the limit is reached, entries will be cut off. This is not a juried show. The Museum needs to know what art is coming so they can plan how to display it. A qualified judge will select the most creative and skilled work. Celebrate Creativity prizes totaling at least $1,500 will be awarded.
About Tifton Museum of Arts and Heritage
The Tifton Museum of Arts and Heritage is housed in a 115-years-old architectural treasure that was originally the First Methodist Church. The building was the first brick church built in the community. It brought a refined elegance at the turn of the century to the growing rural town. The Tifton Museum of Arts and Heritage serves as a cultural anchor for downtown Tifton. It provides regular arts, education, and cultural programming to people of all ages and interests. In addition, the facility is frequently rented for weddings, receptions, and a variety of community social and civic events. The vision is to serve as a gathering place to celebrate the arts through a variety of artistic and educational programming, events, and functions.
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Artisan Alliance at Wishing Spring announces a call for artists for the Bella Vista Arts and Crafts Festival 2019 where vendors sell one hundred percent, handmade, high-quality goods. Northwest Arkansas’ all jury show is seeking new vendors. From kitchen goods to fine art, all media is welcome. There is currently no fee to apply. Spaces in the large tents with free electric are available, as well as outdoor booths. Are your creations large? Shoppers love our large item pick up service. Take the plunge and join the festival’s 51st year! Festival dates: October 17-19, 2019.
Deadline: 1 Oct 2019
Over 40,000 shoppers attend. Northwest Arkansas is home to Walmart, Tyson, and the vendor companies that come with them. Shoppers come eager to spend money. The third weekend in October is Festival Weekend in Northwest Arkansas. Bella Vista Arts And Crafts Festival 2019 attracts tourists from every state in the union and into Canada.
Many community organizations come together to provide services that make the festival special. Free parking, large item pick up, and roaming ambassadors ensure vendors and shoppers have everything they need for a wonderful weekend. All positions staffed by non-profit volunteers from a dozen local organizations.
The Festival is sponsored by the Artisan Alliance at Wishing Spring. Nearly 90 percent of profits go to art scholarships for college students, block grants for elementary school art supplies, support for the Wishing Spring Gallery (a place for artisans to sell their work all year, staffed fully by volunteers), and the Clay Studio (a new Alliance endeavor to teach pottery to all interested). Even the festival director and staff are volunteers. Hundreds of people devote hundreds of donated hours every year to continue these missions. The other ten percent of profits go straight to community organizations.
About Artisan Alliance at Wishing Spring
The Artisan Alliance at Wishing Spring is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to promoting the arts, located in Bentonville, AR.
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Smash in the Square announces a call for artists for the Smash Summer Festival 2019. Event to be held on August 3rd & 4th, 2019. The festival is in the absolute heart of Cherry Creek – world class location, nationally recognized hot spot for high-end art and culture. It is on the door steps of the most wealthy and affluent luxury apartments in Colorado. This is a highly selective, upper-echelon, pristine outdoor fine-art exhibit showcasing top-tier artists. The event includes live violin and jazz both days of the weekend plus fine-catering.
Deadline: 1 Jun 2019
Promoted to the wealthiest clientele in the country with great, proven potential of targeted collector sales from the St. Paul Collection luxury apartments and Cherry Creek homeowners. Smash Summer Festival 2019 promotion includes direct-mailing to Castle Pines and Cherry Hills Village (two of the richest neighborhoods in the state) as well as outdoor signage, flyers, social-media, magazine publications, and email-blasts/newsletters.
Smash in the Square has the upmost concern for meeting the best interests/needs of working artists. The promoter has 12+ years of experience participating as an artist on the festival circuit. They love giving back to the communities they serve, doing a conjoining fine arts auction which allows artists to set their own high minimum bids (retaining 80% of each bid-sale) and doing pre-event online and live event bidding.
About Smash in the Square
Smash in the Square has done philanthropic work over the years around the state of Colorado. They have helped businesses raise thousands of dollars plus expand their networks and relationships through partnerships, sponsorships, and fundraising events. In addition to running outdoor art festivals, they have organized many gallery/indoor exhibitions. Their mission is to bring the quality and prestige of gallery presentation to the world of outdoor art festivals in order to attract a higher-end, more targeted collector clientele.
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The Friends of Swede Hollow are seeking artists for a community/family annual arts festival, Art In The Hollow, that fills an urban ravine-based park with art at the beginning of the summer. Art in the Hollow began as a means to introduce St. Paulites to Swede Hollow Park, a magical hidden forest that stretches below the city’s street level from downtown into its East Side.
Deadline: 25 May 2019
There is a $15 booth fee and no application costs.
Art in the Hollow is the only arts festival exclusive to St. Paul’s east Side, filling a cultural vacuum in an area of town which is otherwise overflowing with cultural enrichment from waves of immigration from Latin America, SouthEast Asia, Eastern Europe, and the horn of Africa. The park has a long history of habitation by Dakota people and incoming immigrants from Sweden to Mexico, reflected outward now in the surrounding East Side communities. Today, Swede Hollow park is a refuge for artists on the first Saturday of each June.
Vendor booths are situated along a pathway which wraps around the main stage on one end of the festival and along a pathway overlooking a creek to the far end of the festival where a second stage is situated under a historic stone bridge. A limited rain site space is available for some artists in the event of very severe weather. In addition to the vendor booths, the Friends of Swede Hollow sponsor a sculpture contest with a $15 entry and hundreds awarded in prizes.
Art In The Hollow Artist Benefits
Artists involved will find assistance from a team of volunteers. The East Side artist’s community is supportive and eager to help connect artists to further opportunities. Art in the Hollow has generally drawn crowds of nearly two thousand visitors in good weather. There are nearly 1000 social media followers. This year’s tenth anniversary will feature an expanded outreach to all the surrounding communities with increased lawn sign presence and flyers translated into Spanish, Hmong, and Karen. The Friends of Swede Hollow partner with nearby art organizations including Indiginous Roots Cultural Center, East Side Artist’s Salon, East Side Arts Council, and the St. Paul Library system.
About the Friends of Swede Hollow
Friends of Swede Hollow has watched over the Swede Hollow Park and its history for years. It brings art and events down into the Hollow to support and enliven the community. They are focused on grassroots arts community building rather than being an outgrowth of a large organization or corporate entity.
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The Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce announces a call for artists for the Littleton Arts And Culture Festival 2019. This is the 50th year of what had been known as the Littleton Art Festival. For the 50th anniversary celebration the Chamber has re-imagined this event to be a celebration of arts, culture, and community. On Saturday, September 21st, the Chamber will welcome a diverse group of artists and visitors from around the region to celebrate art, culture, and community together.
Deadline: 30 Aug 2019
The Littleton Arts And Culture Festival 2019 is open to painters, sculptors, musicians, performers, poets, jewelry makers, designers, and culinary artists. Artists of all kinds will be greeted with a diverse audience to view, interact with, and purchase their craft.
About Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce
Littleton, New Hampshire is the artist and cultural hub of the region. The vibrant yet relaxed downtown and recreational opportunities are bringing a new generation of young entrepreneurs from far and wide to create the future of this small town, together. The Littleton Area Chamber fosters sustainable economic development and positive community growth. They are a small but well-connected organization. They work for their members and the many communities in which they live and work.
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CWB Events announces a call for artists for the Reno Art Fest 2019, to be held in downtown Reno on July 12-14 as part of the month long celebration of art in Reno (Artown). This event will feature numerous artists whose original work of 2 and 3 dimensional fine art, acrylics, oil and watercolor paintings, photography, ceramics, jewelry, glass, stone and metal sculptures, and wood and clay pieces.
Deadline: 30 Apr 2019
Situated on North Virginia Street between 4th and 6th streets in Reno, the event will be open on Friday 4 – 8 pm, Saturday from 10 am till 8 pm, and Sunday from 10 am till 5 pm. Admission and parking are free to the public. A variety of local food trucks and wine and beer concession will be available.
This event is open to all media of original fine art and fine craft. All work will be juried. Categories will be limited. Only original hand-made works are accepted. Commercially or mass-produced items are not eligible. There will be no buy/sell items in the show. Participants must provide their own display. If used, canopy must be white. It will be securely attached to the ground in case of unexpected high winds.
Booth fees are $125.00 for a 10’ x 10’ or $200.00 for 10’ x 20’ space, corners (if available) are an additional $25, plus 10% commission on all sales.
Submit four images of your work, one image of your display, and a current biography. If accepted, give permission for photos and biography to be used for publicity. Confirmation status will be sent via email.
Reno Art Fest 2019 Artist Benefits
- Booth sitters available
- Free artist parking
- Security provided on Friday and Saturday evenings
- Jewelry and photography categories will be limited
$4000 in Artist Awards including Best of Show $1,000, Awards of Excellence 2 @ $750, Judges Choice $500, and Awards of Merit 4 @ $250.
About CWB Events
CWB Events is a new company formed for the production of Fine Art Festivals. Founded by Curtis Beck, formerly with another show producer in Southern CA, where he learned a lot over the eight years he was there.
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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.
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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Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) announces a call for artists for the Lansdowne Arts on the Avenue Festival 2019, one of its oldest and most well-known attractions, drawing in visitors from Philadelphia, the suburbs, and beyond. Each artist displays their work under a canopy. There is a DJ tent, a live music tent, and a food truck area. It is an all-day festival of fine art, craftmanship, music, food trucks, and children’s entertainment.
Deadline: 15 Apr 2019
The show is juried. Artists will be selected based on the quality of their work, but also diversity of the show. $25 fee at time of application, plus $75 fee due upon acceptance.
Lansdowne Arts On The Avenue Festival 2019 Artist Benefits
Artists benefit from sales. There is an audience in the thousands. Many visitors will eat, mingle, and linger for the whole day. An event staff member will circulate, taking photos for Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Think of photo opportunities in your stand. LEDC will help you gain followers on social media. The festival takes place in downtown Lansdowne. The local SEPTA train station is just a block away. It allows for access from downtown Philadelphia or as far away as Elwyn, PA.
About Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation
Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is a non-profit corporation whose goal is to generate economic activity and encourage investment in Lansdowne. LEDC does this through a variety of events and services for current and potential businesses, as well as residents and visitors. The mission of the LEDC is to support, encourage, and promote sustainable economic growth in the Borough of Lansdowne through focused community and economic development activities. LEDC envisions Lansdowne as a regional destination with a historic, walkable downtown, a thriving mix of businesses, and a vibrant arts and culture community.
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Lanesboro Arts announces a call for artists for the Lanesboro Art in the Park 2019, featuring original work in the areas of painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, sculpture, metalwork, glass, fiber, paper, jewelry, wood, textiles, and mixed media. All items for sale must be the art or handiwork of the exhibiting artist(s). No food or commercial items permitted.
Deadline: 30 May 2019
The 39th annual Art in the Park fine art festival in Lanesboro, Minnesota on Saturday, June 15 features 90+ fine art booths, excellent live music, craft beer, community food vendors, and family art activities in the midst of mature shade trees in the beautiful setting of Sylvan Park. The event is held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hosted by Lanesboro Arts, a multidisciplinary nonprofit with a nearly 40 year legacy of supporting art and artists in the scenic Lanesboro area, the annual Art in the Park festival is southern Minnesota’s longest running fine art fair. Renowned for quality, variety, and value, Art in the Park attracts thousands of regional patrons to Sylvan Park in Lanesboro each year.
Nestled in the heart of Bluff Country along the Root River, Lanesboro is the hidden gem of Southeastern Minnesota. With an extraordinarily high density of creative activities concentrated in such a small community, Lanesboro (pop. 754) was declared one of the country’s “Top 12 Small Town Artplaces” in 2013 by Artplace America. The Root River State Bike Trail, rated one of the best trails in Minnesota, runs right through Lanesboro’s authentic 19th century downtown. This picturesque hub of activity invites travelers of all stripes to indulge in one of many tantalizing restaurants or unique shops.
Lanesboro Art In The Park 2019 Artist Benefits
Their are awards for the Lanesboro Art in the Park 2019 with two juried cash prizes. $500 is awarded to the artist selected as “Best in Show.” $100 is awarded to an artist as an “Award of Excellence.”
Lanesboro Arts administers a vendor survey following each fair. They incorporate feedback and suggestions received into next year’s fair. Lanesboro Arts is committed to continually improving Art in the Park and keeping it fresh. It is a beloved community event in scenic park within a popular small tourist town.
About Lanesboro Arts
Through a diverse spectrum of community arts programming, Lanesboro Arts supports artists, revitalizes public spaces, and builds a sense of community and civic pride among the 754 people who call Lanesboro home. Programming includes free youth education classes, fine arts galleries, internship programs, performance art, opportunities to participate in public art, and placemaking activities.
For nearly 40 years, Lanesboro Arts has built strong cross-sector partnerships to creatively approach community challenges, most recently with the ongoing realization of the Lanesboro Arts Campus vision. This community-wide initiative aims to integrate the arts into the social and municipal fabric of the city by placing art in accessible public spaces, identifying and eliminating participation barriers, and building a community identity in which all citizens value the arts. The process of the Lanesboro Arts Campus empowers artists, audiences, and community members to positively contribute to the social, civic, and economic vibrancy of Lanesboro.
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