Naples Art Association has been hosting outdoor art fairs for 55 years
that attract over 50,000 art-savvy collectors and attendees looking to
buy. Naples is well known for its community of artists and collectors
and was named "The #1 Small Art Town in America" by author John Villani
in his book The 100 Best Art Towns in America. We invite you to
present your talent and art to our community.
return, we will promote our festivals and fairs using a wide variety
of public relations and advertising including television, radio, print,
editorials, email blasts and social media. Applications for the three festivals listed below are available now by visiting www.juriedartservices.com. We look forward to receiving your application.
voted among the top 10 art festivals in the country, the Naples
National Art Festival was ranked 9th best in 2010 by Sunshine Artist
Magazine. The local community continues to count the Naples National
among its premiere, must-see events, thanks to the high quality of art,
the engaging personalities of the artists and the festive atmosphere. A
competitive, juried event, this fine art and fine craft festival
showcases the talents of 275 artists. The festival is held in scenic
Cambier Park and along 8th Street South, one block from Downtown Naples'
premiere shopping and dining district and drew crowds in excess of
22,000 in 2011. $5,000 in awards are presented.
juried festival showcases works in all media by 125 artists from
across the country. Hosted in North Naples down the main street of the
Mercato Shopping District, this show was ranked #75 in its first year
by Sunshine Artist Magazine. The atmosphere of the show is very relaxed
and draws a crowd of approximately 6,000 guests in a variety of ages.
the snowbirds before they head back up north. This festival is the
final major art festival of the season and attracts approximately 17,000
guests. Held in the heart of Downtown Naples, on prestigious 5th
Avenue South, this festival offers art-savvy attendees as well as
upscale shops and restaurants. Festival guests will enjoy the set-up
along the main street, which provides easy access for parking and other