Saturday, February 18, 2012

Deadline Extended - Call to Artists - Festival in the Park

Festival in the Park
Kings Drive Art Walk
Call to Artists

Deadline Extended to March 1; New Booth Spaces Added!

WHAT:  Fine Arts & Fine Crafts Festival

WHERE: Sugar Creek Greenway, Charlotte, NC

WHEN: Saturday and Sunday
           April 28 - 29, 2012


*Second Annual Fine Art and Fine Craft Juried Festival.

*Limited to 65 fine and emerging artists in total.

*Jury/Booth Fees: $25/$225; electricity available for an additional $25.  

*Artists' amenities include free parking and 24-hour security.

*All booth locations along a greenway; no "hidden" spaces.

*Strong community support.

*Short dolly-in for setup and teardown.

*For more details about the show, click HERE

Since the fall of 1964, Festival in the Park has brought Charlotteans from all walks of life          together to enjoy arts, crafts, music and family entertainment. With the mission of bringing        the community together by celebrating the arts, the Festival Board is excited to broaden its reach and to announce the second year of its spring fine arts event, the Kings Drive Art Walk.

We invite you to participate in our spring event which will be held along the Sugar Creek Greenway, a newly reclaimed natural waterway between East Morehead Street and Pearle Street Bridget along Kings Drive. With a focus on fine and emerging artists, our new spring festival on this beautiful and easily accessible venue will become an annual fine arts outing!

Most importantly, the King's Drive section of the Sugar Creek Greenway is adjacent to some of Charlotte's most prestigious and affluent neighborhoods - with homeowners who appreciate and can afford fine are. We intend to target these neighborhoods with appropriate promotional materials.


NOTICE: Deadline Extended to March 1! 

March 20, 2012

For more details, artist's prospectus, and to apply, visit:
Email inquiries to:

You may also contact by telephone:
Julie Whitney Austin
Festival Director

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