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What the jury looks for 

Guide for artist applicants

  • Hand made - your design commercially printed onto fabrics, ceramics or paper etc. (except photography) does not count as handmade.  These items are permitted, but must only be the minority among art and craft personally handmade or individually created by the artist. 

  • Well crafted - Care and attention given to the finish of the piece. Some mastery demonstrated, although a professional level is not required. Complete beginners may find it hard to qualify, but relative newcomers are often accepted. Jewelry must show some artistry and dexterity. All should be sturdy and well constructed.

  • Unique and individual - artwork should be an expression of the artist, and be somewhat distinctive. Paintings which are direct copies of a photograph are unlikely to qualify unless, for example, they demonstrate distinctive brushwork. Photography should demonstrate a distinctive vision. Crafts should be recognizably by the artist.

  • Respectful of people and nature - may also reflect concern for contemporary issues.

  • A balance of different media - each year may bring a glut of one medium, say pottery or watercolors. Both the artists and the public benefit from and appreciate a variety of styles and media, so we aim to strike a balance.

  • If your photographs are bad, your application will not rise to the top. How to prep your photos.

  • Artists must be over the age of 18.

Remember, if you have a tent, great! If you have someone who could host you in the neighborhood, great! But if not, we'll find a host venue for you

Please do read the Prospectus/Artists Agreement, and use our Contact page if you have questions. We hope you'll join us!

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