Showcasing US handmade craft, visual art, and fashion steps from the most historic of American landmarks, 2015 is CRAFT PHILA – Liberty Bell’s second season of semi-annual juried fairs. Outdoor, free admission.
Deadline: 1 Apr 2015
A superior opportunity to sell your original, quality-crafted artwork to a global, multi-generational audience, at an iconic venue—the Liberty Bell attracts 10-15K visitors a weekend per the National Park Service.
Celebrating US handmade at America’s epicenter.
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White Center Jubilee Days is a two day event Friday and Saturday, July 18th-19th with two stages of entertainment, a huge car show, a beer garden, carnival, and parade. We are looking for vendors to be a part of this great community festival.
Deadline: 30 Jun 2015
Vendors enjoy the unique diverse community and profit from this event.
White Center Jubillee Days has been going strong for 80 years as a local community event.
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Taltree Arboretum & Gardens is hosting the third annual Glow: Art after Dark event! Come get your glow on and see what comes alive after dark! This event showcases nocturnal nature and glow-in-the-dark art exhibits and performances.
Deadline: 7 Aug 2015.
We invite artists to create their own works for this unique event. Artist criteria:
- All work must be designed and executed by the exhibiting artist
- All work must glow in the dark
- All work must be family friendly and acceptable for viewing by children of all ages
- All work must be capable of being displayed outdoors. Artists will be offered a 10×10 outdoor space. Arrangements can be made for a larger site if necessary.
- Taltree will supply electricity. We prefer that all work use alternative energy, such as solar or LED lighting.
- To support our efforts in conservation, we prefer that all work have an environmental/conservation theme.
- Artist are allowed to sell and promote only work they have created
- Artists must provide their own table, chairs, tent, etc
- If artist is selling product, artist or representative must be present during event
- If artist is installing a temporary piece only, artist does not have to be present however the piece must be “slip-a-switchable” in that Taltree staff can easily turn the exhibit on and off. While we will make every effort to protect your work, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens is not liable for any damage occurring while your piece is on our property.
- Performing artists are also welcome.
This is an opportunity to display at an event that attracts thousands of people from Northwest Indiana and beyond. This is a free opportunity to the artisan and considered in-kind support.
Taltree Arboretum & Gardens is a dog-friendly, 330-acre, oak preserve of formal gardens, woodlands, wetlands and prairies that offers a variety of events, classes and exhibits year-round.
Located approximately 25 miles from the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore and 60 miles southeast of Chicago in Valparaiso, Indiana, Taltree offers beautiful vistas, quiet corners and hiking trails to escape into its diverse landscape.
Taltree is home to 112 unique oak taxa–one of the most diverse oak collections in the nation. The centerpieces of the collection are the Bur Oaks. Other North American, Asian and European species can be seen in the Oak Islands exhibit.
Our most intricate formal garden is the Taltree Railway Garden. This garden features model steam trains in a miniature conifer and woody plant landscape. The garden tells the story of early 19th century U.S. railroad history featuring scenes of the Civil War, westward expansion and the American Industrial Revolution.
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The Arts Festival is a much loved Fox Valley tradition where friends and family gather, shop and relax all in support of the Arts in their community.
Deadline: 19 Jul 2015.
The juried festival features fine arts and crafts from artists across the region in a variety of media. The festival attracts approximately 5,000 patrons each year and features great food, children’s activities and a beer garden with live bands on the lakeside lawn of the museum.
Proceeds from the event support educational programming at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass. General admission to the museum is free for everyone, always.
Artist amenities include an artist’s breakfast, set-up and take down assistance, booth sitting options and a lovely 10ft x 10ft space in a shaded Riverside Park park along the banks of the historic Fox River.
This event is a fundraiser for Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass (BMMOG) in Neenah, WI. The museum has been open to the public free of any admission charge since 1959. In addition to its permanent glass collections, BMMOG presents two world-class, temporary exhibitions each years as well as a high school art exhibition. The Glass Studio at BMMOG offer classes in flameworking and fusing throughout the year.
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Downtown Anaheim Association is looking for indie-craftspeople and live artists to participate at Anaheim’s Art Crawl Experience!
Deadline: 1 Nov 2015.
Art Crawl Experience (ACE): A qarterly art, music, and food event that takes place on the second Saturday of February, May, August, and November.
The Downtown Anaheim Association is a non-profit, mutual benefit organization and a public/private partnership responsible for promoting, developing and maintaining downtown as a vibrant and diverse center, encompassing commercial, cultural, educational, recreational and government uses.
The DAA is committed to attracting people to the downtown area by hosting and coordinating creative events.
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Artists of Yardley – This is an annual one day music event the first Saturday of October featuring 5 or 6 bands, craft vendors and food trucks. This is a rain or shine out door event.
Deadline: 20 Aug 2015.
This is a 6 year old art center located on a beautiful 180 acre farm in Bucks County, PA. The farm can be seen from the Newtown exit of I 95 – a great location for this type of event.
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The Christmas Arts Market is the 5th Semi Annual Arts Market hosted by Art Dwellers. Along with juried artists and crafters, there will be continuous entertainment, a variety of food, a children’s make and take, and Santa will make an appearance. This is a free event for the whole family. Proceeds go to the Children’s Fund of FISD, the Friendswood Public Library, and the Bay Area Turning Point.
The festival benefits three non-profit organizations.
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PHAIR has partnered with Historic Philadelphia, Inc. to produce a handmade holiday market in Franklin Square during their annual Electrical Spectacle: A Holiday Light Show. The market will be open November 28 to December 23, 2014 everyday from 4PM to 8PM.
We are seeking makers, artists, crafters, chefs, designers, and other handmade artisans who sell small-batch, pre-packaged foods, art, clothing, crafts, photography, children’s toys, pet products, accessories, furniture, home goods, and other handmade wares. Vendors are to commit to the full 26 days of the market. Inquiries about part time options can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Included in the booth fees:
- Extensive Marketing & PR
- 9′ x 10′ (or 9′ x 20′) tent with overhead lighting
- Electricity for product lighting, space heaters, and other needs.
- Security overnight
- Event staff on hand each day
- Discounted parking 1 block from the park
- Custom Business Name booth sign
PHAIR, Philadelphia’s only weekly open-air artisan market, hosts a rotating roster of a variety of handmade sellers every Saturday from 10am to 5pm in Headhouse Square from April through November 22nd, 2014. Additionally we organize and host a variety of pop-up artisan markets with various partner organizations throughout the year.
Each week features a variety of handmade goods, artisan foods, housewares, jewelry, art, clothing, photography, and much more, including an ever changing roster of gourmet food and fashion trucks. As one of the many supporters of makers and creative entrepreneurs in the area, we seek to provide a regular location and retail experience for these small businesses and artists to connect with the public on a regular basis through providing low overhead costs and market promotion. We are establishing a weekly venue for art, craft, and food lovers to Shop, Stroll, and Eat while having fun outdoors. PHAIR is always free to browse and stroll. We are accepting vendors all season.
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The Philly Mart is seeking vendors for our Grand Opening Market Saturday October 18th. In the Venice Island Recreation Park in Manayunk. We are a highly curated outdoor artisan market, full of original art, handmade craft items,original clothing, vintage and antique vendors, mid century finds, photography, jewelry, housewares, & more.
Our carefully curated markets’ primary focus is artisan made, We are specifically looking for high quality artisan crafts, new handmade jewelry, vintage & upcycled jewelry, original art and photography , paintings, home textiles, ceramics, clothing, wood work, unique antique and vintage housewares, and more. We are committed to our vision of our own unique mix of quality original artisan work and vintage treasures.
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Washington Business Improvement District – Warren County’s largest Street & Music Festival, recipient of the Best Street Festival Award – Skylands’ Region.
Space/Table Cost: $75 both days, $60 one day
Space/Table Size: 10 x 10
This is a 2 day event!
We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to making the community and business district of Washington Borough, NJ a greater place!
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