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12541786090?profile=RESIZE_400xOctober 19 & 20, 2024
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Snow Hinton Park
Saturday 8am-5pm* & Sunday 9am-4pm
270 Artists
Deadline: June 2, 2024

* Benefactor-level VIPs get one hour of early shopping Saturday morning. The festival opens to the general public at 9:00am.

Application fee: $35 until May 15 then $50 Booth fee starts at $275-$650

The Kentuck Festival of the Arts has a 53-year history as a hub of creativity nationally recognized for its quality, diversity, and celebration of artistic style ranging from folk to contemporary arts and traditional crafts. Every year, over 15,000 people travel from across the country to become immersed in a Southern experience of prolific creativity at the Kentuck Festival of the Arts. In 2018, the Kentuck Festival of the Arts was ranked 5th in the nation by Sunshine Artist Magazine in the category of Classic and Contemporary Craft Shows.

Less than 5 miles from Kentuck Art Center, this park is currently undergoing renovations to provide accessible pathways, allowing those with mobility challenges to safely navigate the park. Additional improvements include new bathrooms, several permanent pavilions, and many benches for festival guests to use.


Artist amenities include: $12,200 in awards, a new jury panel every year, qualified buyers, booth sitters, an artists' hospitality tent with food and beverages, drive up load/unload at majority of booth spaces in Snow Hinton Park*, onsite security, brand new security camera system, flat booth rate (no commission), ATM onsite, VIP program featuring pre-paid Kentuck bucks that can only be spent on art at the festival, an artists' party with a catered dinner and libations on Saturday night.

*In the two small sections of the park where drive up load/unload is unavailable, City of Tuscaloosa employees will be present with ATVs to shuttle artists and their equipment to and from their booths. Please see the park map on our website for more details.


12541805655?profile=RESIZE_400x"I've been working professionally as an artist for about 7 years, and part of time I spend traveling around the festival circuit. I've toured all over the U.S., and [The Kentuck Festival] is still one of the best shows I've ever done. There's something magical here, and the community is so supportive, plus the staff, and patrons of Kentuck come and show the artists so much love. It's really just on the next level." - Sydney Gruber, 2D artist from Austin, Texas; has exhibited at the Kentuck Festival for 5+ years

 "Kentuck is the best-organized, friendliest festival I do on the circuit. They take care of their artists, the weather is always good, it's so well organized, and the sense of community that Kentuck has is like no other. So, Kentuck is my number one festival on my list every year." - JK Terrell, glass artist from Northport, Alabama, has exhibited at the Kentuck Festival for 5+ years

Kentuck is a heaven of a place.

For more info:
Contact: Exa Skinner

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Call for Artists: Halifax Art Festival

12541653476?profile=RESIZE_400xNovember 2 & 3, 2024
Daytona Beach, Florida

Beach Street area in Historic Downtown Daytona Beach
Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 10am-4pm
203 Artists
Deadline: June 30, 2024

Application fee: $40/Booth fee starts at $350

The Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, Florida, welcomes artist applications to the 2024 Halifax Art Festival! Our 62nd year!

The 62nd Halifax Art Festival located in the historic downtown waterfront area of Daytona Beach is the 2nd oldest continual art festival in the state of Florida. The Festival attracts over 35,000 art lovers annually, continuing its tradition of providing the community a showcase for Fine Arts, Fine Crafts, and Student Art.


The Halifax Art Festival is presented by the Guild of the Museum of Arts & Sciences, a dedicated group of volunteers who are committed to providing artists with an exceptional opportunity to showcase their work. The two-day festival features the juried works of 200+ artists, with approximately 150 spaces reserved for Fine Artists competing for cash awards. Both fine arts and craft artisans are selected utilizing a jury panel scoring process.





  • $5,000 Downtown Development Authority Award for Best In Show
  • $1,800 Awards of Excellence (2)
  • $1,200 Awards of Distinction (3)
  • $ 700 Awards of Honor (8)
  • $ 400 Awards of Merit (10)
  • $2,000 MOAS Guild Purchase Award (1)
  • $4,000 The Wessel Foundation Student Art Awards
  • Total Festival Prizes: $27,800

12541539067?profile=RESIZE_400xInternational street cuisine and good old-fashioned festival food are available with Beach Street cafes and restaurants featuring Festival specials. There is entertainment/DJ playing a variety of contemporary and easy listening music.


For more information:
Contact: Jenni Craig

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12490653273?profile=RESIZE_400xOctober 25, 26, & 27, 2024
Fort Worth, Texas

The Shops at Clearfork
Friday-Saturday 10am-5pm, & Sunday 11am-4pm
90 Artists
Deadline: June 3, 2024

Application fee: $30/Booth fee: $450

The Art Worth Festival has some Texas-Sized News concerning the third-edition of our show, in Fort Worth, this October.

We are upping stakes and moving:
we've changed both our location AND dates!

This juried festival of fine craft and fine art will be held over three days (with set up on the Thursday prior) on the park-like lawns of The Shops at Clearfork, an exclusive shopping complex, featuring Nieman-Marcus, Tiffany, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, and a number of interior design houses. The Shops at Clearfork also offer great restaurants, as well as an abundance of free parking (surface & garages) within the complex, which also includes high-end residential space.

Now, if you are wondering as to why we have arrived at our decision to move, our reasons include: guest access to free public parking; guest access to enhanced food options; built-in traffic; reduction of dust (something of a problem at our old site): the lawns at Clearfork are lush.

Additionally, The Shops at Clearfork will also be joining in promoting our show through their platforms.


"This is a new show with very big potential, in the perfect time and at the right location. I was pleasantly surprised by the traffic on Saturday, and the sales went beyond my expectations. The show promoter has a strong advertisement campaign that will help the show to grow fast, in my experience DFW metro has way more collector's potential than the few very fine arts festivals in the area could currently fulfill. Also important to mention, that it is a very artist friendly show and the quality of art is strong, which is very sufficient for a show's success. I was very happy with my experience the first two years and planning to return this fall." - Jeanne Akita, Illusions Lab

“We had great success and a wonderful experience at the Art Worth art show! Serious buyers, great setting, warm friendly management! Everything you want for a memorable and successful art show! Easy setup and tear down, great exposure and plenty of parking! So close to excellent dining and Hotels! We will be back!” –Dan and Joi LaChaussee, Blown Glass, Langley, WA

“This could be the start of something big. Good first show and second. Nice layout, great director, classical music, wine bar, and upscale ambiance. Surprisingly good sales for an opening event. Don’t miss this opportunity.” – Cathra-Anne Barker & Richard Meyer, Master Potters, Santa Fe NM"  


For more information:

Contact: Greg Belz

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Call for Artists: Embracing Our Differences

12426307675?profile=RESIZE_400xJanuary 19 through April 13, 2025
Sarasota, FL: Bayfront Park

St. Petersburg, FL: Poynter Park
80-90 Artists
Deadline: July 1, 2024

No Application or booth fee

Embracing Our Differences is seeking submissions for an outdoor juried art exhibit featuring 50 billboard size images created by local, national and international artists. The display reflects the artists' interpretations of the theme "enriching lives through diversity and inclusion." The exhibit will be on display January 19 through April 13, 2025 in two locations in Sarasota and St. Petersburg Florida. The winning artworks combine a deep understanding of both medium and message.


Awards are given for "Best-in-Show Adult," "Best-in-Show Student," and "People's Choice" categories, with the last chosen by exhibit visitors to each location. Adult winners each receive $2,000; students receive $2,000 with $1,000 to be directed to the student and $1,000 to their school’s art program, if they worked under the direction of an educator.

12426307876?profile=RESIZE_400xArtists possess a powerful tool to evoke social change. Without uttering a single word, they can enlighten, educate and affect change around the world. Embracing Our Differences invites you to participate in creating a society where inclusion is embraced and individuality is celebrated.

Learn more:
Contact: Sheila McKoy

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Call for Artists: Belle Isle Art Fair

10398664685?profile=RESIZE_400xAugust 3 & 4, 2024
Detroit, Michigan

Belle Isle State Park
Saturday 10am-7pm & Sunday 11am-5pm
110 artists
Deadline: May 5, 2024

Application fee: $25/Booth fees start at $475

Belle Isle is a beautiful island park reached by bridge from Detroit. The art fair is in a grass field adjacent to the beautiful Scott Fountain. People from all over love to come to the island and it's packed with people on summer weekends. Detroit's weekly 12426304253?profile=RESIZE_400xmagazine, The Metro Times declares that this is the best art fair in the area.

The Belle Isle Art Fair attracts a large diverse audience from the city and beyond. The audience is a mix of suburbanites and city dwellers with the budget and appreciation to buy art. Popular for both traditional and some edgier work. All price points do well.


Learn more: 
Contact: Mark Loeb

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Call for Artists: 11th Annual Fenton Art Walk

12426300488?profile=RESIZE_400xJuly 27, 2024
Fenton, Michigan

Fenton Community & Cultural Center - Rackham Park
Saturday 10am-7pm
100+ Artists
Deadline: June 21, 2024

Application fee: $20/Booth fee: $50

The City of Fenton DDA and Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation, announce a call to artists for the 11th annual Fenton Art Walk. The event will be held at the Fenton Community & Cultural Center, designed by world-renowned architect Eliel Saarinen, and in Rackham Park, which surrounds the center.


The already scenic view of the Shiawassee River at Rackham Park will be even more eye-catching during the Fenton Art Walk on July 27th. The grounds of the Fenton Community & Cultural Center will be filled with art, activities for children, interactive art exhibits, music, food trucks and beverage tent.

12426301067?profile=RESIZE_400xDuring the Fenton Art Walk, fine art will be displayed in and around the Fenton Community & Cultural Center, and along the sidewalks of Rackham Park, and possibly inside local businesses.

The Fenton Art Walk is a community event celebrating the arts and showcasing local and regional talent with the visual art, music, entertainment, technology integrated art, and children’s activities.


Learn more:
Contact: Kristen Archambeau

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12421634880?profile=RESIZE_400xNovember 1, 2, & 3, 2024
The Woodlands, Texas

The Woodlands Resort
Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
Up to 90 Artists
Deadline: April 21, 2024

Application fee: $35/Booth fee: $1,000

We are excited to announce the first ever Texas Fine Craft Show planned at The Woodlands® Resort indoors in their beautiful ballroom.

The Texas Fine Craft Show will welcome art lovers to a curated indoor environment that celebrates the art of fine craft. This intimate show will display hand crafted works from fiber, wood, jewelry, glass, and ceramic juried fine artisans using techniques from around the world.

A VIP Preview Party will be held November 1, 2024 as an exclusive first look luxury shopping experience, with more planned throughout the weekend, including Q+A’s and workshops.


“Fine craft is in our blood; a part of our soul going far back into history. Combining skills producing items for survival (clothing, tools, furniture, etc.) with meaning and beauty we end up with fine craft. It resonates with our core and brings us comfort – and sometimes reflection. Our lives are significantly enriched when we embrace fine craft into our daily activities. Hosting the Texas Fine Craft Show in The Woodlands provides an opportunity for everyone to be introduced to those fundamental roots from our past – and see how they remain part of us now and going forward to future generations.”

-Glen Rector, TWAC Board President

As the producers of the renowned The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival, we are thrilled to expand our large event offerings and to bring something one-of-kind to Texas and the geographic south.


Learn more:
Contact: Jenny Carattini-Wright

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Call for Artists: Wild about Art

12421394654?profile=RESIZE_400xAugust 10 & 11, 2024
Toledo, Ohio

Toledo Zoo & Aquarium
Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 9am-4pm
75 Artists
Deadline: April 26, 2024

Application fee $25/Booth fee: $150

The Toledo Zoo is seeking creative artists and skilled makers to take part in our uniquely wild, two-day art fair that takes place throughout Zoo grounds. This event features local and regional artists with various mediums on display and for sale for thousands of Zoo visitors. It also includes live entertainment, hands-on art activities and of course, animals! Work does not have to be animal related.


The Toledo Zoo has been around for more than a hundred years and is home to more than 10,000 individual animals representing over 720 species. In an effort to save endangered wildlife we participate in more than 80 Species Survival Plans that ensure healthy, genetically diverse Zoo populations. Travel around the world from the tropics to Greenland, ocean to sky and desert to rainforest in one Zoo visit. Our animals take part in the art fair by creating their own works of art, which is a huge attendance driver for the event.

12421394695?profile=RESIZE_400xArtist Amenities:

  • Artists & a certain number of helpers are treated to free Zoo admission and parking.​
  • Free electricity, if requested.
  • Air-conditioned artist lounge with complimentary beverages & snacks. 
  • Box lunches will be available for purchase through ZAPP checkout. Price is $14 (tax included).
  • Lunches will need to be purchased by July 8. They will not be available for purchase during the event, but we do have plenty of concession stands open throughout the Zoo.
  • Volunteer booth sitters available up to 15 minutes per sitting.
  • Volunteers on hand to assist with set up & tear down
  • 24-hour security.
  • Estimated over 10,000 Zoo visitors for the weekend.

This uniquely wild, two-day art fair taking place on our beautiful Zoo grounds features artists with various mediums for thousands of visitors! 


Apply now:

Contact: Jen Brassil

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12404702096?profile=RESIZE_400xSeptember 21 & 22, 2024
Park Forest, Illinois

Village Green and Main Street in Downtown
Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
80+ Artists
Deadline: April 26, 2024

Application fee: $35/Booth fee: $175

The Park Forest Art Fair is the second oldest continuously juried fine art fair in the Chicagoland region. It is an exceptionally artist-friendly fair with helpers to assist with loading and reloading and distributing bottled water all day. A continental breakfast is provided both days and Board Members provide a wonderful dinner for the artists on Saturday evening at which time prizes are announced. Two years ago, the Board also added a healthy snack on Saturday since many artists could not take the time to visit the food vendors.

There are prizes totaling $3,000. Because Tall Grass is a not-for-profit and gets to know its artists well, it is sensitive to the impact of the costs of participating in an art fair. For that reason, it has kept its registration fee at $175 through the recession and beyond. Tall Grass feels it is especially important to keep the cost of the art fair registration low during the present economic environment.


This year, the art fair plans to include a sidewalk art event. For families and children, the event will be pure fun and not competitive but there will be a competitive element for professional artists. Inasmuch as 2024 marks the 75th anniversary of the incorporation of the Village of Park Forest, there will be a commemorative element to the fair. It is currently in the planning stages.


To all the wonderful people who worked so hard to put together such a great art fair; I have always thought that you, at Tall Grass, accommodate the vendors most thoughtfully. Tall Grass art fair is a wonderful experience for participating artists, art aficionados and the Park Forest community.
Sue Wade, jewelry artist

The Park Forest Art Fair was simply amazing. I have never experienced an art fair such as this before. The attention and support given to the artists made one feel like royalty. I enjoyed the breakfast and was more than grateful for the spread that was laid before us for dinner. The award ceremony left me speechless. I have never experienced that level of appreciation for vendors at an Art Fair before. Wow!!! Is all I can say.
Tara McGee, Bayete Jewelry Collection LLC

11001963262?profile=RESIZE_400xThis Tall Grass Art Fair was at its best for a number of reasons. First of all, the weather was great! Secondly, art lovers found so much to love. Third, Tall Grass did an amazing job. Last, but not least, I made plenty of sales. Thank you, Tall Grass Arts Association.
Patricia Stewart

This was a great fair with enthusiastic shoppers and talented artists.
Don Widmer, Paper artist

This longstanding art fair is small but extremely well run and always quality and diverse art. This year, sales exceeded all my previous shows, even with moderate crowds. I recommend this venue.
Ellen Grenier Bevill, handwoven fiber arts


Learn more:
Contact: Janet Muchnik

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We're starting to close in on the next mock jury. It's less than three weeks away, Tuesday April 23rd.
A mock jury is a jury image presentation critique designed to help you improve your chances of getting into better art shows. You can read all about it with instructions on how to apply at
Larry Berman
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12403164292?profile=RESIZE_400xSeptember 28 & 29, 2024
Madison, Indiana

Downtown Madison along the Ohio River
Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
200 Artists
Deadline: June 30, 2024

Application fee: $25/Booth fee: $350

At the end of September each year, Madison’s National Landmark Historic District welcomes around 40,000 visitors during the two-day Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art. The festival is Southern Indiana’s premier outdoor juried arts & crafts festival featuring approximately 200 exhibitors. This festival is free to the public and designed for the whole family to enjoy, although pets do need to remain home.


Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art is a non-profit organization operating under the umbrella of Visit Madison, Inc. For the last 50 years, a committee of volunteers and coordinators have worked hard to ensure this festival has something for everyone. Along with them, hundreds of volunteers, City of Madison employees and the Mayor of Madison work together to make the entire Chautauqua weekend a success.


"Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art is dedicated to the arts, the artists, and their patrons! I recommend this art show in every way as the show you don't want to miss!"

"This is a great show and the organizers clearly care about the quality of the event and the artists as well. The attendance and buy-in from the community is great and the location couldn't be more beautiful. I appreciate the security at the event as well."

In addition to the fine artists and craftsmen showcasing their handmade work, the festival features continuous live entertainment, a riverfront food fest, kid’s activities, and an entertainment garden with local craft beer.

For more info:
Contact: Kara Hinze

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12400547862?profile=RESIZE_400xJune 1 & 2, 2024
Bentonville, Arkansas

Orchard Park - John Deshields Blvd.
Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
75 Artists
Deadline: March 29, 2024

Application fee: $25/Booth fee: $300.00

The is a first-time event with an introductory booth fee of $300.00. The event will be held outside of Crystal Bridges Museum, the Scott Family Amazeum, and Helen R. Walton Children's Enrichment Center. With local Sponsors and multi-media advertising, this promises to be the premier Fine Art Festival of Bentonville.


The venue is located outside of the renowned Crystal Bridges Museum entrance, in a beautiful park setting, in an affluent area of Bentonville.


Ronda Mills has been producing fine art festivals through Southern California for 40 years and has just ended a very successful season in Palm Springs, CA. With her vast experience the Bentonville Fine Art Festival promises to be an exceptional event.


Learn more:
Contact: Ronda Mills

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12400544688?profile=RESIZE_400xJuly 13 & 14, 2024
Steamboat Springs, Colorado

West Lincoln Park
Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 9am-4pm
130 Artists
Deadline: April 14, 2024

Application fee: $35/Booth fee: $300-$650

The 51st annual Art in the Park is the largest arts festival in Northwest Colorado. This beloved event draws art enthusiasts and families from around the county with a wide variety of hand-made art and hands-on creativity. This weekend has become a staple of Steamboat Springs, Colorado in the summertime!


West Lincoln Park is a city park located at the western entrance to downtown Steamboat Springs. Our community attracts an abundance of visitors in the summer who engage in arts and cultural activities.



Art in the Park is free to the public and features nearly 150 artist vendors, live entertainment, food vendors, and interactive creative stations. Thousands of people attend our festival over the two day weekend located in West Lincoln Park on the west end of downtown Steamboat Springs in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.


More info:

Contact: Kim Keith


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12400239659?profile=RESIZE_180x180June 29 & 30, 2024
St. Clair, Michigan

St. Clair Palmer Park
Saturday 10am-6pm & Sunday 10am-5pm
120 Artists
Deadline: March 31, 2024

Application fee: $20/Booth fee: $225

The St. Clair Art Association will sponsor our 53rd Annual Art Fair downtown St. Clair. It will be located outdoors in our Palmer Park along the St. Clair River beside the world's longest freshwater boardwalk - with beautiful views of sailboats, power boats and freighters!

12400239672?profile=RESIZE_710xWe welcome all artists who exhibit their artwork of original concept, design and execution to apply for the Art Fair. A total of $3,800 in juried cash awards will go to artists. The Art Fair is the primary fundraising event for the St. Clair Art Association.


  • 12400240491?profile=RESIZE_400x$3,800 in cash awards as determined by our Jury
  • Energetic volunteers are on-site
  • Continental breakfast on Saturday at the Art Center
  • Buffet breakfast for artists on Sunday at the Voyageur Restaurant (RSVP)
  • Art Fair postcards available for artist use
  • Convenient free parking with easy access to booths, which are located in Palmer Park
  • All booths 15’ x 10’ with some electric available
  • Beautiful location along the blue water of the St. Clair River
  • Restroom facilities in Palmer Park and Riverview Plaza
  • Regional and local print & radio advertising plus social media
  • Alice W. Moore Center for the Arts will be hosting our Art Association Members Market


ART is too important not to SHARE

For more info:

Contact: Cathy Ingles

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12395802300?profile=RESIZE_400xMay 11 & 12, 2024
Hendersonville, Tennessee

Ferry Sanders Park
Saturday 10am-5pm & Sunday 11am-5pm
120 Artists
Deadline: March 22, 2024

Application fee: $20/Booth fee starts at $310

This is the inaugural year of the Hendersonville Arts Festival in a city that has incredible support for this event and pride in their city in general. This centrally-located festival has strong support from the Hendersonville community and will attract attendees from Nashville and the surrounding areas, including Goodlettsville, Madison, and Gallatin that are less than 30 minutes away.


The Hendersonville Arts Festival spans two days, beginning with artist set-up Friday afternoon. Sanders Ferry Park is located next to beautiful Old Hickory Lake. The festival staff will strive to provide excellent artist hospitality throughout the weekend with snacks, breakfast, coffee/tea/drinks provided each day. The festival includes local live music acts, a food truck court plus kids/family activities.

12395802688?profile=RESIZE_400xGood Neighbor Festivals along with the Hendersonville Arts Council is excited to introduce the new Hendersonville Arts Festival presented by US Bank happening Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12, 2024 at Sanders Ferry Park in Hendersonville, Tennessee. 


For more info: 
Contact: Tracie Hitz

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12399314855?profile=RESIZE_400xNovember 14 - 17, 2024
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Women's Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Thursday 4pm-9pm, Friday 11am-7pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, & Sunday 10am-5pm
195 Artists
Deadline: April 1, 2024

Application fee: $50/Booth fee starts at $1350

The 48th annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show will showcase work by 195 of the finest contemporary craft artists from across the United States plus Guest Artists from Italy. All work is for sale. Artists receive 100% of their sale proceeds. The Show will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, conveniently located to restaurants, Chinatown, shopping, parking garages and public transportation.


12399315268?profile=RESIZE_400xThis dynamic and premier Show has always been in the forefront of craft education by presenting symposia, on-site artist demonstrations, collection and studio tours, room settings of craft furniture and accessories, and student exhibitions.

More info:

Contact: Nancy O'Meara

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12399312466?profile=RESIZE_180x180August 10 & 11, 2024
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Flat Iron Park
Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
80-90 Artists
Deadline: March 31, 2024

Application fee: $35/Booth fee: $255

The 44th Annual Art in the Park is a juried art fair sponsored and produced by the Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, Inc (GLAF), a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation formed to encourage individual artistic growth and excellence, as well as to increase community exposure to the arts. The Foundation is composed of about 150 local artists who proudly display their work at Gallery 223 in Lake Geneva. This event is the primary fundraiser for GLAF.


Booth sitting services, easy load-in and load-out, one parking spot, welcome package, bottled water, continental breakfast, food vendors, and great views of Geneva Lake.

One Best of show for $500, seven Awards of Merit for $100 each, and one John Larson Memorial Award for animal-themed artwork for $500. Judging is conducted on Saturday morning by a panel of GLAF Members. Awards are presented and posted on Sunday morning.

Learn more:
Contact: Jeff Russart



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12399312466?profile=RESIZE_400xAugust 10 & 11, 2024
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Flat Iron Park
Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
80-90 Artists
Deadline: March 31, 2024

Application fee: $35/Booth fee: $255

The 44th Annual Art in the Park is a juried art fair sponsored and produced by the Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, Inc (GLAF), a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation formed to encourage individual artistic growth and excellence, as well as to increase community exposure to the arts. The Foundation is composed of about 150 local artists who proudly display their work at Gallery 223 in Lake Geneva. This event is the primary fundraiser for GLAF.



Booth sitting services, easy load-in and load-out, one parking spot, welcome package, bottled water, continental breakfast, food vendors, and great views of Geneva Lake.


One Best of show for $500, seven Awards of Merit for $100 each, and one John Larson Memorial Award for animal-themed artwork for $500. Judging is conducted on Saturday morning by a panel of GLAF Members. Awards are presented and posted on Sunday morning.


Learn more:

Contact: Jeff Russart


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September 6, 7, & 8, 202412399731078?profile=RESIZE_400x
Clayton, Missouri

Downtown Clayton
Friday 5pm-10pm, Saturday 10am-9pm, & Sunday 11am-5pm
192 Artists
Deadline: March 26, 2024

Application fee: $45/Booth fee: $685

Celebrating its 31st year in 2024, the Saint Louis Art Fair is regularly ranked among the top festivals in the nation, among both artists and show visitors. A multi-faceted cultural event, the Fair offers live performing arts ensembles, educational art projects for children and food offerings from St. Louis's most respected restaurants. The Fair is held in Clayton, MO, one of the nation's most affluent business and residential communities.


Very high attendance, excellent sales, and top-quality artists from across the United States make exhibiting at the Saint Louis Art Fair among the most sought-after venues. Jurying is by art industry professionals and prior-year award winning artists are jury-exempt. Repeat attendance by the public ensures potential multi-year sales. Artist amenities and staff/volunteer attention to details and artists' needs are considered among the best in the nation.


Testimonials - 84% of attendees said they would return next year.

  • Exhibiting Artist Commented: "We will always apply to the Saint Louis Art Fair. It is one of our top shows."
  • Exhibiting Artist Commented: "This was my best show this year. I would love to return. I will definitely be applying again."
  • Facebook User Commented: "Great artwork, friendly crowd and perfect weather! Beautiful celebration of the Saint Louis Art Fair!"
  • Volunteer commented: "I volunteer to support the artists who came to Saint Louis from all over the country for this amazing Art and Culture Experience."

Learn more:

Contact: Sarah Umlauf

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12398042854?profile=RESIZE_400xJuly 20 & 21, 2024
Bay Harbor, Michigan
Village at Bay Harbor Marina Lawns
Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
80 Artists
Deadline: April 1, 2024

Application fee: $40/Booth fee starts at $200

The Bay Harbor Arts Festival takes place in one of the most beautiful venues in northern Michigan. Set upon five miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, and the deep water harbor of Bay Harbor Lake on our Marina lawns, it is a truly spectacular backdrop for the artists and patrons alike.


12398043071?profile=RESIZE_400xThe Bay Harbor Arts Festival is a lovely, "boutique" feel event with a variety of fabulous fine juried artists, as well as non-juried artisan market. Juried Cash Awards go to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. There is also live music during the two day event, as well as kids activities and enjoyment for the entire family.

The Arts Festival will be held in the Village at Bay Harbor on the waterfront lawns, Saturday, July 20th and Sunday, July 21st, 2024.

For more information:

Contact: Michelle Denise

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