The Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival presents artists and their work against the splendid setting of Renaissance at Colony Park, a regional lifestyle center renowned for its shopping, dining and entertainment experiences as well as for its graceful, Old World architecture. The City of Ridgeland has grown from a quiet suburb of Jackson, the state capital, to a vibrant hub for the arts and a premier retail and dining venue.
Santé South Wine Festival, an international showcase of the world’s premier wines and some of Mississippi’s most succulent culinary delights, will be held in conjunction with the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival.
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The timing of the festival works well for routing with other Southern spring shows.
Easy, convenient and leisurely load in and load out
Free, convenient artist parking
Free van and RV parking close to the festival
Affordable $250 booth fee
Your name, medium, city, state, one image and a link to your website included on our website
Limited to 100 artists
Wi-Fi available throughout festival
Complimentary box lunch from Panera Bread or Basil’s Killer Eats delivered to your booth on Saturday
Complimentary festival t-shirt (one per booth)
Special show rates at our on-site host hotel, Hyatt Place Jackson/Ridgeland
$7,000 Cash Awards
The Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival is presented by the Ridgeland Tourism Commission, a tax-exempt, State of Mississippi chartered agency. We develop and implement a robust regional marketing campaign. All proceeds are used to produce and promote the show.
I'm thrilled to be participating with an interesting group of artists here on the East End. Thank you to East Hampton Arts Council and the Golden Eagle Art Supply Shop for bringing us together virtually until we can be together in person. Feel free to share....... "See" you there! Casey
Art businesses on both sides of the Atlantic are adapting to changes in anti-money laundering (AML) regulations. At the beginning of 2020, the UK implemented the European Union's new AML directive, while in October the US Department of Treasury issued an advisory that identified the art market as a focus of its enforcement efforts.
Thursday's online conversation will bring together legal experts and leading gallerists to discuss what these developments mean for the market. How will regulatory developments in the US impact the global art trade? What can be learnt from how Europe has adapted? And how are art market professionals responding to this changing terrain?
Roland Foord, Senior Partner, Stephenson Harwood, London;Bona Montagu, Partner, Skarstedt, London;Andrew Schoelkopf, Owner, Menconi + Schoelkopf, New York City and President of the Art Dealers Association of America; andHarry Sandick, Partner, Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, New York City; will join moderatorNoah Horowitz, Director Americas, Art Basel.
Anti-Money Laundering and the Art Market Thursday, February 25, 2021 10am PST / 1pm EST / 7pm CET
You are invited to participate in a celebration of the arts June 19-20, 2021 at the 20th Lincoln Arts Festival, presented by the Lincoln Arts Council. This Festival has repeat patrons and artists and attracts new artists and patrons each year. The Lincoln Arts Festival is known as a hospitable, caring, and fun show.
For 2021, the event will feature newly developed virtual elements. An interactive, Festival-specific website is being developed to better market the event and showcase participating artists and activities online. And, for the first time, the Lincoln Arts Council will partner with Lincoln Calling TV and Basement Creators Network to livestream the event and allow even greater participation throughout the City, southeastern Nebraska and across the country.
Haines Gallery is proud to present Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian: A Mirrored Garden, an online viewing room dedicated to the work of the celebrated Iranian artist. Monir spent over half a century creating stunning mirrored mosaics, sculptures, and works on paper that recall both the sacred geometry of Persian art and the reductive abstraction of the 20th century. Her artistic evolution was shaped at once by geopolitical events, ancient Persian traditions, and the New York art scene of the 1950s. The arc of Monir's creative development is one of the great stories of contemporary art.
This diverse offering highlights a practice shaped by ceaseless curiosity and inventiveness, reflected in the many forms and materials that Monir masterfully employed throughout her long career. She was, in the words of curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, "a role model for the artist of the twenty-first century."
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