Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
Ann Arbor, Michigan
On the streets around Burton Carillon Tower and on the University of Michigan's Ingalls Mall
Deadline: January 9
The Street Art Fair is one of the highest ranking art fairs in the nation and for good reason:
institutions to produce exceptional community art
It works throughout the year to be a blue ribbon
presence in the Ann Arbor community
The jury meets over the weekend of January 27th. All images are projected, statements read with additional information available upon request. The strength of this approach is that they have jurors (who are paid an honorarium) working 4 to 6 hours in their own area of expertise only, or related areas. Jurors see the work multiple times and are able to ask questions and to discuss the work, moving back and forth to compare it to other submissions in the category. Jurors are generally working artists and are often educators at area colleges or museums. They mix new jurors with experienced jurors.
The Jury Advisory Board member brings a familiarity with the fair and knowledge of the goals and programs from having juried the fair on site the previous year. They will bring the overall sensibility
Kathleen Eaton, a veteran of the AA Street Art Fair
of the panel to the final session.
For more information on the Street Fair visit their website:
To view the application and apply today, visit: