Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
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The last time I did this show was in 2012 and I made a whopping $1200 in sales. This year I did much, much better. The committee did a GRrEAT job of bringing the crowds out. Seems like they have been promoting this show all year. And it paid off. Set up on Friday was a little frustrating as we waited about an hour and a half past our assigned set up time before we were allowed in. But, once we got in, we were able to leave our van next to the booth for the entire set up. Booth spaces are…Continue
I've been researching a number of show's entry rules, and I'm a little at a loss on this phrase about photographer's entries: ''Must be hand made or directly supervised by the artist'. This phrase pops up over and over and is used specifically in the rules for photographers, not just for other artists in other categories. It seems to put someone without a $4000 printer at something of a disadvantage. As an alternative, how is a photographer to 'directly supervise' the printer, who…Continue
April 16 & 17 Sandy Springs, Georgia
Presented by: Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces
Sat. 10am-6pm; Sun. 11am-6pm
Testing Your Jury Images
There have been a number of posts recently about your presentation and how competitive the application process is.
My http://juryimages.com web site is one of the best resources for artists applying to art shows. It's a two part web site. One part offers free ZAPP and JAS formatting. The other part gives you a way to test…
We have done this show last 3 yrs. Smaller solid show for us. Customers come to buy. We sell lapidary jewelry priced 30-300. It is well managed . Pull up to load..unload. Not a lot of frills but we look forward to it. They jury right away so you can get on with life. I believe they balance media. Quality artists. Hope to see you there...