[Sponsored Listing] Steamboat Creates announces a call for artists for the 49th Annual Art in the Park, featuring nearly 150 artist vendors. This free to the public, popular, and successful event takes place on July 9th and 10th. In previous years, nearly 10,000 people attended the Art in the Park festival located in West Lincoln Park, on the west end of downtown Steamboat Springs in beautiful Northwest Colorado.
Enter by: 20 Apr 2022
This show is open to all artists / craftspersons who exhibit work of their own concept, design, and execution. Work which is imported, produced, or manufactured will not be accepted. Work which is produced or manufactured from a commercial mold, pattern, or kit will not be accepted. Exhibitors whose work varies substantially from the images submitted or found selling products not meeting the above criteria will be asked to leave the show without any refunds.
All booths are 10 feet by 10 feet in size and will be spaced 6 feet apart. Each exhibitor must provide their own display equipment. Exhibitors should be prepared to put up their own sunshade, wind, and rain protection. No stakes, thumbtacks or nails may be used for booth display. Only tape, string, weights, or adhesive materials may be used. Exhibitors are responsible for setting up, attending their work at all times, and cleaning their exhibition space at the end of each day. Exhibitors are strongly encouraged to demonstrate their craft. No electricity is available for artist booths.
About Steamboat Creates
Steamboat Creates, Steamboat Springs’ Creative District, nurtures the arts so creativity flourishes. They consider creatives to be traditional artists, literary artists, culinary artists, designers, videographers, actors, performing artists, and makers of anything made by hand from masonry to microbreweries. They see the impact of creatives not only in traditional art forms, but also across a wide variety of industries.
Steamboat Creates is a space where artists can have a voice and they can transform their dreams, emotions, perspectives, and views into art that can change the way we see the world.
In Northwest Colorado, there is a special mountain town that embraces the western heritage and pioneering spirit of the Old West. Selected because of the natural beauty and healing mineral springs, Steamboat’s rugged but practical settlers first created a market town that has since developed a unique history, embracing skiing and world-renowned Olympian heritage alongside artistic endeavors. Steamboat’s unique mix of warm sun, cowboy boots, and friendly locals lends an inviting, laid back atmosphere to this historic Colorado resort town, where western heritage meets abundant outdoor adventure and cultural activities for all ages.
The citizens of Steamboat Springs have embraced arts, culture, and learning since the town’s founding. Before the town was incorporated, the community founded a public library, chartered a public school, and cultivated the arts. Beginning in 1915, summer students from across the nation traveled to Steamboat Springs to attend Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp. Dedication to the arts and learning still thrives through the town’s many art galleries, concerts, performances, library, museums, and schools.
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