This may be a dumb question, but I’m doing the Neptune Festival in Virginia Beach in a couple months. The information packet says can’t bring work outside the scope/style of work submitted and juried, or work not submitted with photos.
Entire booth display set up! 9 38"W x 7' and 2 30"W panel set (original propanel festival booth plan E), dark grey. Like new condition, barely used. Set comes with 2 long stabilizer bars, short stabilizers and Velcro. I will throw on some hooks and a
Hi! I don't think I've posted here yet. In October, I'm doing my first outdoor vendor/arts fair and I was hoping I could ask a few questions. Specifically, I'm looking to compile a checklist of all the things I will need to own and bring with me. (I'
My wife is an oil painter and over the last five years we’ve been displaying her work at local Art Festivals in New England each summer and fall. Through this time, we’ve learned a lot and noticed the differences between a well run and not so well r
I'm trying to decide if I should apply to the Cedar Key show in March. Has anyone done this show? What was your experience? This is my second year doing festivals, and my daughter lives in Gainesville, so it's convenient, but I haven't heard anyone t
Hello! So I have found myself without a juried art show until third week of August...which has been good for vacation, but not so much for the wallet! I was interested in picking up show from late June-end of July; but of course, the ones I know all
I am new to the festival scene and keep getting waitlisted because I do not have a booth shot and three panel booth. I would like stackable (3x3') pro panel walls, preferably Armstrong carpet panels that can fit in my VW wagon to go to shows. I am ne
I usually do not complain about the vending show we go too, but this show was absolutely the worst one to date. It was the "Isle of Eight Flag Shrimp Festival." The website said it expected 200,000+ people over a two day weekend.