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Art Fair Jackson Hole, 2 shows -- extended deadline

July 13-15 and August 10-12
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Art Fair Jackson Hole
New deadline: Saturday, February 17

Why Jackson Hole, Wyoming? Small mountain town, big art audience

We are located in the heart of the Teton mountain range; beautiful views, outdoor adventures, and Yellowstone National Park surround our small community that is vibrant with good food, music and culture. Art Fair Jackson Hole is located in Miller Park, two blocks from historic downtown, easy walking distance with plenty of free parking. A diverse and engaged art audience from locals, to second home owners and thousands of summer tourists. AFJH is produced by the Art Association of Jackson Hole a local non profit who provides art education, exhibitions, outreach to our community. We are artists advocating for artists; we strive to provide a high quality, well organized, professional show in our beautiful town.

 
  • Free parking, easy load-in, load-out
  • NEW Flock to Art marketing campaign to drive attendance
  • artist breakfast and attention to detail make this friendly boutique fair a must.
  • All proceeds benefit Art Association of Jackson Hole a non-profit Art Education organization.

    For more information visit: http://artassociation.org/art-fair/ to apply 

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Comment by Barrie Lynn Bryant on February 14, 2018 at 3:27pm

We'd better confirm those August dates you have listed up top here, Connie. I did apply for the August show and I think it's a three day event as well. Zapp says it is August 10-12, and I just looked at the show website and it says the same thing.

Horrible that I'll pay $250 per night in the Motel 6. That's the going rate for any budget property there. We did the show in 2006 and paid $125 per night in that Motel 6. That's what's happened in our world these days. The West is so damned expensive, but prices have doubled on so many things all over the place. That kind of hotel fee makes it almost not worth the risk. So I'm 225 miles from Jackson at my home/studio in Kirby, and expenses are so very high to do that show; about $1,500 before opening the tent for business. YIKES!

Comment by Kendra Bennett on February 14, 2018 at 4:27pm

I did the August show last year. (ended up not be a good show for me) but after an unfortunate accident had to find a quick hotel and I stayed at the Virginian and it was around $150.00 it was decent and it only 1 story so stairs to walk up. You might look into that Barrie.

Comment by Richard L. Sherer on February 14, 2018 at 6:39pm

I did the July show in 2015, 2016 and posted reviews for them. We rented a condo in Wilson for less that motel rates. 

Comment by Connie Mettler on February 15, 2018 at 11:06am

Whoops, Barrie ... I did have the incorrect dates for August. Fixed it now. Thanks for the catch.

Comment by Jay Heinrich on February 15, 2018 at 2:29pm

I am at least two days driving from the show and considering it but wonder about comments relative to the return (sales) at the show. I'll have probably $1.5K plus into it if I go and wanted to limit liability if I can. My work is western oriented www.fineleatherartwork.com (price points $300 - $3K) so thought it may be a viable show. I'd appreciate any comments, Jay

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