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Superfine Art Fair Savannah (Georgia) – Call For Artists

Superfine Art Fair Savannah (Georgia) – Call For Artists

[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] Superfine Art Fair announces a call for artists for Superfine Art Fair Savannah. The largest and most widespread artist-driven art fair is coming to Savannah for the first time from March 30th to April 2nd, 2023.

Taking place at the historic Clyde Venue in downtown Savannah, 46 top emerging artists will be selected to exhibit at this weekend long event.


Click here for the application / registration

Enter by: 24 March 2023

Only 46 spots available (as of July 2022), apply now.

As a member of the Superfamily, you’ll be spoiled by personalized expert advice, insider tips, and continuous marketing support. At the fair, you’ll experience real-world buyer responses from pre-qualified buyers with high purchase intent and disposable income. Become informed about how to shift your business plans and make long-lasting connections with clients and fellow artists.

Superfine takes no commission on any artwork sold. Make art. Sell art. Superfine does the rest.

“Superfine has been a life-changing experience that accelerated my career and created so many new relationships with artists, collectors, curators, galleries and journalists that I still benefit from to this day.” – Sean Christopher Ward | Superfine SF, NY, DC

“The energy was great and as soon as the first piece sold on Saturday morning it snowballed into more sales. People would watch as one client would buy their piece and then jump in to purchase their own piece. We had a wonderful experience with the other artists and galleries, as well, who would send people our direction if they thought they would like the work. There was a wonderful sense of camaraderie among Superfine participants.” – Lauren Donovan, Superfine Exhibitor

About Superfine Art Fair

Created in 2015, Superfine Art Fair has been showing artists from around the world how to sell their art at their art fairs in New York City, Washington DC, Miami Beach, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. What started out as a way for artists to escape the traditional art gallery path has continued to grow across the entirety of the United States and beyond.

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