Friday, March 30, 2012

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Call to Artists - Hopkins Arts Festival

Call to Artists

WHAT: Juried Fine Art and Fine Craft Festiva

WHERE: Hopkins, MN (suburb of Minneapolis) 

WHEN: Saturday and Sunday 
           July 7 & 8, 2012 
           Saturday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 


*Limited to 75 juried artists

*Application/Booth Fees: $30/$200 (double spaces available at $400).

*Unique festival hosted by Hopkins Center for the arts, a focal point for arts,
education, and entertainment welcoming over 210,000 visitors annually to historic Mainstreet Hopkins.

*Promotion of the event to a savvy, urban, art-buying public in newspapers, direct mail, press releases, billboard, and social media drawing 10,000 plus shoppers.

*2012 Artist awards include cash awards and a booth in the 2013 festival at no charge.

*Artist amenities include, air-conditioned hospitality lounge serving coffee, cold water and snacks, and a discount rate at local hotel.

*Artists are given an artist page on our festival website that will include a short bio, website, and images to promote their work.

The Friends of the Hopkins Center for the Arts is proud to present the fourth annual HOPKINS ARTS FESTIVAL. The festival is small, artist friendly, and features high quality juried fine arts and crafts. Unique to the Hopkins Arts Festival is that it is anchored by the Hopkins Arts Center, which attracts more than 210,000 annually for musical and theatre performances, art exhibitions, literary events, classes and meetings. Hopkins offers great restaurants, shops and a free public parking ramp. Downtown Park will feature music performances on Saturday and Sunday and an invitational vintage car show will take place Sunday afternoon. 


Deadline: April 10, 2012 
Notification: April 27, 2012 
Booth fee due: May 15, 2012 
Apply at:
For more information please visit:
Email questions to:
Or call 952.979.1107 to speak to Ann Arndt, Volunteer & Events Manager, Hopkins Center for the Arts 

Coutts Museum of Art - Photography Exhibit - "Six Shooters Shoot Kansas"

The Coutts Museum of Art will be exhibiting “Six Shooters Shoot Kansas,” a photography exhibit
showing Kansas through the lens of six of Kansas’ top photographers. The exhibit will run from April
3, 2012 to May 31, 2012, with a reception open to the public on Friday, April 6, from 5:30 pm to 8:30
pm. This reception is also running concurrently with Downtown El Dorado’s “First Friday” Artwalk.
The photographers will be on hand at the reception to meet patrons and discuss their work.

“Six Shooters Shoot Kansas” is an exhibit compiled from works by six prominent Kansas
photographers, with six pieces by each photographer. Included in the exhibit are photographers Michael
Snell of Lawrence, Dave Leiker of Emporia, Mark Feiden of Mission, John Morrison of Wichita, Scott
Bean of Manhattan, and Rod Seel of El Dorado.

“There are some stunning works in this show, portraying all different parts of Kansas,” said Jeremy
Sundgren, president of the Coutts Board of Directors. “These photographers capture Kansas in a way
that many people never see. This is a beautiful state, and this exhibit demonstrates that beauty on many

The show includes a three dozen works, from nearly all parts of the state, but also with an emphasis on
our nearby Flint Hills. All of the works are available for purchase, and signed reproductions are also
available during the show.

Says photographer Scott Bean: “We are surrounded by beauty but rarely take time to notice it. If we
aren't careful it is going to be gone before we know it. I can be so attuned to the light and shapes,
texture, and colors when I'm out photographing and feel so alive...only to be lost in the noise of our ever
increasingly complex world when I return after a session of shooting. I hope you can find some time to
get away from the rat race with me and enjoy these photographs.”

The Coutts Museum of Art, located in downtown El Dorado, Kansas is a regional destination art
museum that houses over 1,500 works of art in a historic 1917 building. The collection includes Art of
the American West, contemporary American, European, and regional Kansas art.

Contact Person:
Rod Seel, executive director

Call to Artists - Evergreen Fine Arts Festival

Evergreen Fine Arts Festival
Call to Artists

WHAT:  Fine Art and Fine Craft Festival

WHERE: Heritage Grove Park, Evergreen, Colorado  
WHEN: August 25 - 26, 2012
           10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days   


*Limited to 100 artists in 12 categories
*Surveyed artists  reported average sales of $4000
*Promotion includes:  Extensive newpaper advertising with ads in both the local papers and the Denver Post online; TV and radio; posters and postcards featuring last year's Best of Show images; large banners hung two weeks prior to event, directional signage during the weekend, three ads in Southwest Art with accepted artist participation available in August issue
*Monetary awards of at least $2800 for Best of Show in 2 D and 3D plus first, second and third with automatic acceptance into the 2013 festival
*Booth fees are $335 single and $670 double,  there are 50 guaranteed corners for an additional $50
*Artist amenities include a very popular catered dinner for the artist plus one guest on Saturday night, booth sitters, water delivered to your booth, night time security, early set-up on Friday, special artist parking including free RV parking, advanced booth assignment notification
The Evergreen Fine Arts Festival is held in a tree-covered, historic park in the foothills west of Denver.  For almost fifty years, it has been a festival run by artists for artists.   The sponsoring, non-profit Evergreen Artists Association provides the mountain communities with cultural events, a cooperative up-scale gallery, classes for artists and youth scholarships.  The history of high quality that has been exhibited at this festival continues to draw buyers from both the immediate communities and the metro-Denver area.  Most spaces are shaded at least part of the day although there are some in the sun.  The layout of the park has been altered to eliminate difficult spaces to access via dolly and to improve the flow of traffic.  Space requests are honored as much as possible.

Apply through using three image slides and one booth slide

Deadline to apply:  February 29, 2012 for the early bird discounted Jury fee of $25;
                            April 15, 2012 deadline: Jury fee $30

Notification:            May 15, 2012

Booth fee due:       June 15, 2012

Information at: 

For questions: contact Beth Erlund, Director,
phone: 303.618.9834

Call to Artists - Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival

Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival 

Call to Artists
WHAT: Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival - 56th Annual
WHEN: September 15 and 16, 2012
WHERE: Old Mill Park, Mill Valley, CA 
For more than 50 years The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival has been recognized as a fine art and craft show of high quality original artwork. It has been rated one of the top 10 fine arts and crafts fairs in the Northwest. The Festival draws well-educated buyers from nearby affluent neighborhoods of Marin County and the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The event provides an exceptional opportunity for the sale of unique, creative and high-end work. The setting is in a beautiful grove of redwoods in downtown Mill Valley.

Note from Sarah Shriver, the applications chair: "The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival had been my favorite show for years, so I was happy to be invited to serve on the show's committee. There I witnessed the dedication of the volunteers to create not only a top quality art show, but a true festival-like atmosphere, making this show really special. Mill Valley and the surrounding San Francisco Bay Area have a well developed appreciation for art and craft and people have been coming out for 55 years to support this show. I hope you'll join us this year in the beautiful grove of redwoods in downtown Mill Valley!" 
Artists who submit their work to the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival are judged by six highly respected artists and craftsman and the occasional gallery owner or rep to vote on each submission. The artists with the highest average scores are admitted to the September Festival.  

Application Deadline: April 16th, 2012

Application Fee $35
Booth fees range from $425 (8x8) to $1050 (20x10) depending on size

Festival Contact: Erma Murphy phone: 415 381-8090; email  

Festival website:  Please visit for info and answers to exhibiting artist questions.

Applications accepted through  exclusively

Jury results emailed by May 10

Deadline to accept and pay June 15

Five exhibiting artist are selected as festival award winners each year. Cash prize of $500 each and an invitation back to the festival the next year bypassing the jury process.  

Call to Artists - Two Great Shows in Montauk on the Green

   The Montauk Artists' Association


Two Great Shows on the Green!
Call to Artists

***Memorial Day Event Deadline Extended!***

WHAT:  Two fine art festivals in the nation's premier summer vacation location.

WHERE: The Village Green, Montauk, NY

WHEN: Memorial Day Festival
           Friday, Saturday and Sunday
           May 25, 26 and 27, 2012 (NOTE: Third Day Added!)

           Art Show on the Green
           Friday, Saturday and Sunday
           August 17, 18 and 19, 2012


*Both events ranked in Art Fair Source Book Top 100 festivals for 2011!

*There are only 95 booth spaces on the Green.

*Great, high traffic venue during the summer's busiest weekends.

*Thursday afternoon setup for tents; 6 a.m. - noon Friday for art.

*Professional security Friday and Saturday nights, 6 p.m. - 6 a.m.

*No jury fee.

*Booth Fee: $350; limited double spaces available at $700.

*Intensive magazine, newspaper and radio advertising throughout the Hamptons.

*Extremely upscale community of both residents and visitors.

*For more details about the shows, click HERE
Known as the "Playground of the Rich", the Hamptons on New York's Long Island have long been a mecca for art and artists.  A perennial favorite among the area's wealthy residents, second home owners and summer vacationers, the Montauk Artists' Association's Show on the Green, held every August on Montauk's fabulous Village Green, was joined in 2011 by a newer, but equally popular event at the same location: the Memorial Day Weekend Art Show. 

These festivals include only fine art; no crafts, production work or buy-sell are permitted. The exhibitor limit insures high artistic quality, excellent booth exposure and many sales opportunities to showgoers.  Artists experience annual visits by Hamptons residents and visitors who regularly attend. Amenities include close free parking, easy setup and teardown, supportive staff and volunteers. Very strong community support.



Memorial Day Weekend Show
April 15, 2012
NOTE: Jewelry Category Closed

August Show on the Green
May 15, 2012

For more details, artist's prospectus, and application, visit:

Email inquiries to:

You may also contact by telephone:
Anne Weissman
Event Director
To April 15: 772-879-1236
After April 15: 631-668-5336

Olga Korper Gallery - John Brown

CFM Gallery Invite you to Meet the Artists

Come Celebrate!
CFM Gallery
is pleased to invite you to join us
at the gallery and meet the artists
Saturday, April 14th
(Please note that the date has been changed from April 8th)
Noon to 5:00 PM

Andrei         Kate Lackman        Aleksandra         Nowak         Jose Parra

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Deadline April 1st! - Call to Artists - Juried Fine Art Exhibition

Oakbrook Center Presents: 
Oakbrook Fine Art PIX for CTA
Juried Fine Art Exhibition 
Call to Artists

What: Fine Art Exhibition

Where: Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, Illinois

When: Saturday and Sunday
September 1 and 2, 2012


*50th Annual Invitational Fine Art Exhibition

*Oakbrook Center is a premier outdoor shopping center located in one of the wealthiest counties in the nation

*Attendance of over 157,000 visitors

*Jury/Booth Fees: $25/$350

*Over $5000 in Cash awards

*Promoted extensively through various media outlets

*Friday evening and Saturday morning set-up

*Continental breakfast for exhibitors on both days

Oakbrook Center is a premier outdoor shopping center located in the affluent western suburbs of Chicago. The Center features more than 160 fine shops, including Bloomingdale's Home and Furniture, Lord & Taylor, Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, and Sears. For over 40 years, Oakbrook Center has held the Invitational Fine Art Exhibition, offering interested artists, from all over the U.S., an opportunity to display and sell their original work in watercolors, pastels, oils, acrylic, batik,  drawings, photography, sculpture, fiber, glass, metal, pottery, ceramics, stone, printmaking, jewelry and mixed media. All artists are located throughout the mall's walkways among trees, flowers, plants, waterfalls and fountains.

Now Accepting Applications:

Deadline:  April 1, 2012

Notification:  May 1, 2012

Booth Fee due:  30 days after acceptance notification

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

Email inquiries to:

You may also contact by telephone: 
Oakbrook Center - Marketing Dept.
Suzanne Beres, Sr. Marketing Manager
Miriam Blumenthal, Associate Marketing Manager

The Sophia Institute Presents Ellen Burstyn

The Tutu Project

email : Webview : THE TUTU PROJECT: Pink Frills To Fight Breast Cancer (USA)



USA- This is the heartwarming story of a man and his tutu. For photographer Bob Carey and his wife Linda, a man-sized pink tutu has taken on incredible meaning in their fight against breast cancer. The Tutu Project started in 2003 when Carey donated a picture of himself wearing a custom-made ballet skirt as part of a fund raiser for the Arizona Ballet. The Brooklyn photographer, whose wife is battling a recurrence of the disease, goes out into the world wearing a giant tutu and nothing else on his hairy, un-buff bod. The project has taken him from Italy to Times Square, and he hopes to turn the wacky photos of himself into a book to benefit breast cancer patients. Every time he went on the road, Bob would pack the fluffy tutu. Hilarity ensued. Most New Yorkers who want to raise money to fight breast cancer buy a pink ribbon or sign up for a walk-a-thon. Bob Carey is not most New Yorkers. The overwhelmingly positive reaction to Carey's photos has inspired him to take the project further, making a book of the images entitled Ballerina. The net proceeds will go directly to breast cancer organizations; their goal is to raise $75,000. To support simply visit


Interested media who wish to schedule an interview with Linda and Bob Carey please forward your requests to contact Workhouse, CEO Adam Nelson via telephone +1 646. 205. 3540 or via email for consideration.


The Tutu Project began in 2003 as a lark. I mean, really, think of it. Me photographing myself in a pink tutu, how crazy is that? But nine years ago my wife, Linda, and I moved to the East Coast and, as odd as it may sound it, the self-portraits proved to be a perfect way of expressing myself. Why? Because even though the move was exciting, exhilarating, and inspiring, it was 180 degrees from what I knew. So I took the old, mixed it in with the new, and the kept the tutu handy. Six months after the move, Linda, was diagnosed with breast cancer. She beat it, only to have it recur in 2006. During these past nine years, I’ve been in awe of her power, her beauty, and her spirit. Oddly enough, her cancer has taught us that life is good, dealing with it can be hard, and sometimes the very best thing— no, the only thing we can do to face another day is to laugh at ourselves, and share a laugh with others. Enter Ballerina, the book. Not only is it a collection of my tutu images, it also shares many humorous stories about the adventures of a guy and his pink tulle. So far, there has been a tremendous response to the series of photos—people are particularly moved by the images. And their interest and enthusiasm have made us want to share that experience with as many people as possible in the form of a book, so that we can raise money to help other women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. This autumn, I will self-publish Ballerina. The net proceeds from the sale of the book will go directly to breast cancer organizations, including and the Beth Israel Department of Integrative Medicine Fund, that make significant differences in the lives of women with breast cancer and in the people who love them. Our goal is to raise $75,000. But we need your help to seed the project so it will take root and grow—and positively affect these families. After years of talking about the project, it’s really happening—and I’m tickled pink.

Your support has inspired my latest project—one that combines my love for my wife and my willingness to stand out in public in a pink tutu. Here’s how the sponsorship works:

For $500 you will receive a special edition 20-by-24-inch signed print from the Ballerina series, valued at $1,200 along with a first edition of my book. Your sponsorship will make this project possible by helping to cover the costs of self-publishing and distribution. There is no limit to the number of sponsorships you can purchase and sponsors will receive recognition on my Facebook fan page and all other project materials. Visit
Personalized Book. Pre-purchase a signed copy of my book, which will ship once it is published. You will receive a personalized and signed copy of Ballerina also included is a 8 x 10 inch print from the Ballerina series not featured in the book. Ballerina will be published in fall, 2012. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates and all sorts of fun stuff. But in order to meet my autumn publication date, I need to get started now. So if you choose to be a sponsor, I’d appreciate it if you can commit by May 1, 2012. Visit

Other ways you can contribute are by purchasing a T-shirt. This is a stylish fitted t-shirt. Its lightweight, 100% cotton and runs slightly longer than regular shirts. The White shirt comes in sizes XS-3XL and the cost is $30. T-shirt delivery is approximately 6-8 weeks from time of order. Wear it proud. Visit
Thank you for considering sponsorship of the much-anticipated Tutu Project. We want you to know how truly grateful we are. By joining us in this effort, you are making a real difference for women who have to endure far too much. Visit to sign up.
Bob Carey was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and has been making photographs since the age of 17. His passion for creating imagery and his efforts towards self-expression have been two of the driving forces in his life. Carey graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Arizona State University and went on to photograph commercially with an emphasis in advertising. In 1993 he began to explore self-portraiture, manipulating and transforming his face and body into an unrecognizable self. This led to numerous solo Gallery and Museum exhibitions in the United States and Europe. In 2003, after 42 years of living in Phoenix, he and his wife and business partner Linda relocated to Brooklyn, New York to experience life in a different and culturally diverse environment. Carey’s photography continued on the same path of self-examination and transformation and he began to photograph himself dressed as a Ballerina in a pink tutu. The first image was created one day in a vast, desolate landscape during their journey to New York City. After nine years his Ballerina series has grown into a large body of work, including numerous locations from across the United States. Carey describes this project as humorous, playful and introspective, and he hopes to provide viewers an experience similar to that creating the pictures did for him: entertainment and inspiration.
YAHOO: The Tutu Project: Photographer's Self-Portraits in Ballet Skirt Are Weapons in His Wife's Breast Cancer Battle
TIME: The Tutu Project: Donning Pink Frills to Fight Breast Cancer
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: Man Dons Tutu to Help Wife in Fight Against Breast Cancer
HUFFINGTON POST: The Heartwarming Story of a Man and His Tutu
LENSCRATCH: Bob Carey and the Tutu Project
THE TRUTH OF BEAUTY: The Tutu Project by Bob Carey

WORKHOUSE (, one of the country's leading public relations and integrated creative agencies, represents The Tutu Project and serves as media contact and A.O.R. Our hands are dirty! Celebrating a decade of service, Workhouse is a full-service creative agency headquartered in New York City. We specialize in integrated marketing positioning emerging and established brands with celebrity craftsmanship. Workhouse provides full-service public relations, social media, brand promotion, creative consulting, not to mention, modern day marketing & branding. Clients have included Debbie Harry, Francis Ford Coppola, David LaChapelle, CBGB, Interview Magazine, Details Magazine, Galleries Lafayette, Ford Motor Company, Virgin, Assouline Editions, Rizzoli International Publications, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Coty, Versace, Cynthia Rowley, offering award-winning worldwide campaigns across a broad spectrum of luxury, fashion and lifestyle brands. We speak the language. Visit

Deadline Soon! Call to Artists - Art on the Rocks

Lake Superior Artists Association
Art on the Rocks PIX for CTA Final
  Art on the Rocks
Call to Artists

WHAT:  Fine Art and Fine Craft Festival

WHERE: Mattson Lower Harbor Park, Marquette, MI

WHEN: Saturday and Sunday
           July 28-29, 2012


*54th Annual Event.

*Limited to 200 juried fine artists and craft persons; 30% invitational.

*Estimated Attendance: 15,000.

*Jury/Booth Fees: $30/$210.

*$5,000 Cash Awards.

*$20,000 Advertising Budget (2011)

*Friday Setup; drive up to your space for load-in and load-out



March 31, 2012

May 5, 2012

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

You may also contact by telephone:
Mary Vanlandshoot
Show Administrator

Tonight! - Curator Q&A Reception with Brian Curtin, PhD.

Tally Beck Contemporary

Image: Opening night reception for On the Threshold of the Senses.

You are cordially invited to a Curator Q&A Reception with Brian Curtin, PhD.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Tally Beck Contemporary
42 Rivington Street, New York
(between Forsyth and Eldridge)

RSVP on Facebook 

Please join us at the gallery for drinks, a brief exhibition tour and a Q&A session with the curator of On the Threshold of the Senses.

On the Threshold of the Senses features works by Christina Dy (The Philippines), Tada Hengsapkul (Thailand), Kriangkrai Kongkhanun (Thailand), Michael Lee(Singapore), Taring Padi (Indonesia), Ohm Phanphiroj (Thailand), Thu Rien (Burma),Khvay Samnang (Cambodia), and Imhathai Suwatthanasilp (Thailand).
Brian Curtin, curator of On the Threshold of the Senses, is an Irish-born art critic and curator based in Bangkok for over a decade. He holds a Ph.D. (fine art) from the University of Bristol, UK, and publishes internationally with magazines such as Frieze, Flash Art and Brian teaches at Bangkok University and has worked extensively with Asian artists. He currently programs for H Gallery Bangkok and was the curator of the Southeast Asian section of the Chongqing Youth Biennale 2011, China.

Call to Artists - Art Festival at Thornebrook

The Gainesville Fine Art Association
The Thornebrook Merchants Association

Call to Artists

WHAT:  28th Annual Art Festival

WHERE: The Shops at Thornebrook Village     
             Delightful wantering paths among shops and trees in gainesville, FL 

WHEN:   September 29 - 30, 2012
             10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


*Well attended for 27 years in this delightful University town.  
*Over $3,000 in cash awards.  
*Loading and unloading assistance. 
*Hospitality booth with water, food for artists. 
*Artist award party Saturday night.

*Booth of Artists in Residence from local Doris Bardon Community Cultural Center.

*Family event with children's activities and demonstrations.

*Music throughout the festival.

*Discounted hotel rooms for artists.

*Day before or day-of setup available.

*Overnight seurity and artist-only parking.

*Jury/Booth fees are $20/$150 - $185; booth fee discount for GFAA members. 
*Both 10x10 booth space and roof covered open space.

*Attendance of over 25,000 anticipated.
*Extensive marketing and advertising campaign; strong local media coverage.

*New director with improved booth layout for better attendee flow and improved parking. 


Please visit:
for application and instructions. (GFAA members may apply

Deadline:  May 30, 2012 

Notification: Mailed by June 30, 2012

Email questions to
Or call 352-474-1711 to speak to Lytha Nicholson, Director

Wednesday, March 21, 2012


SunStorm & Fine Art


March 22-25

Booth #186 

These Issues Featuring Michael Sallinger and Ed Heck



Monday, March 19, 2012

Call to Artists - Morristown CraftMarket

36th Annual  
Morristown CraftMarket

Call to Artists

Top Juried Fine Arts and Crafts
in the "Wealth Belt" of New Jersey!

WHAT:   36th Annual Morristown CraftMarket, one of the top juried and  
             longest-running fine art and craft shows in the nation.

WHERE:   The National Guard Armory, Morristown, NJ

WHEN:  Friday - Sunday, October 19-21, 2012


*Nationally acclaimed show featuring 160 artists from over 25 states;

*Heavily marketed, attracting a loyal and high-income audience drawn largely from the "Wealth Belt" of New Jersey, which is one of the wealthiest areas in America.  It includes 3 counties in New Jersey ranked by the U.S. Census Bureau as among the top 10 wealthiest in the country based on median household income - Morris County, NJ (where the show is held) is ranked #8;  Hunterdon County, NJ is #4;  and Somerset County, NJ is #9.

*Indoor show;

*Special amenities to artists include:
  • 24-hour security; 
  • Easy drive-in/breakdown and plenty of free parking;
  • Complimentary buffet breakfast on Saturday in dining room of Armory;
  • Complimentary continental breakfast on Friday during setup;
  • Booth sitters;
  • Artists work directly with Show Director on arrangements for show; and
  • Special group hotel rate at The Hyatt Morristown.

* "Show-Rate" score of  88 out of possible 100 points.  Score based solely on objective criteria established by artists nationwide.

For more details, please visit  

Application:  Available on-line through 

Deadline:  April 1, 2012 Midnight EST

Notification:  April 21, 2012

Questions?  Please call Show Director Geoffrey ("Geoff") Price at 973-442-2840 or email Geoff at

Awaken for the Arts

College of Charleston School of the Arts
Charleston, South Carolina

Call to Artists - Sioux City Art Center's ArtSplash!

Sioux City Art Center's ArtSplash!
Call to Artists
What: 19th Annual Art Center's ArtSplash Fine Arts Festival

Where: Historic Grandview Park, Sioux City, Iowa

When: Saturday and Sunday, September 1 & 2, 2012
          Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
          Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

With a special shopping preview in the Artist Area Friday, August 31st, 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. for festival sponsors and patrons.


*Our 19th Year!  

*Jury Fee:  $25.00/ Booth Fee: $265.00  

*Cash Awards of over $3500!

*Comprehensive marketing campaign which includes TV, radio, local, social networking, postcards, posters, web campaigns, regional & national print media.  

*Other features of the festival include:  
Art activities for children
Family-centered main stage entertainment
Multiple food vendors on site

The Sioux City Art Center's ArtSplash cordially invites you to apply to be one of up to 100 exhibitors at our 2012 festival of the arts. ArtSplash enjoys an attendance of 35,000 visitors in the beautiful Grandview Park, home of the historic bandshell!  A celebration of the visual and performing arts, the three-day event gives patrons the unique opportunity to meet and purchase art from exhibiting artists. Our goal is to provide the tri-state area with a family-centered arts adventure of exceptional quality. Proceeds from ArtSplash help the Art Center Association of Sioux City fund education and exhibition programs at the Sioux City Art Center.

Grandview Park is easily accessed by traveling straight north through town from the main Interstate 29 exit servicing the downtown business district. City busses run to the Park during the festival.

Artist hospitality includes artist dinner party on Friday evening at the Sioux City Art Center, complimentary snacks and refreshments throughout the weekend, booth sitters, and volunteer help with load in and load out.  Overnight security is provided Friday and Saturday night.  

Application deadline: April 30, 2012

Notification no later than May 30, 2012

Applications are available at   

Or call 281-705-3882 to speak to Cynthia Reid, Artist Management