Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
St. Charles, Missouri
Presented by the MOSAICS Festival Committee
Deadline: May 1
Application fee: $30; Booth fee: $295 Single, $395 Corner, $590 (special request)
Join 100+ juried and invited artists along scenic historic Main Street in St. Charles next to the banks of the beautiful Missouri River, in the downtown St. Charles shopping and dining district of the popular tourist-friendly community of St. Charles. Artists selected by a distinguished panel of jurors will exhibit and sell original art work across a variety of mediums, including painting, clay, sculpture, photography, print making, pastels, drawing, wood, jewelry, metalwork, glass, art to wear and mixed media at all price points.
We have a comprehensive advertising and marketing campaign throughout the greater St. Louis metropolitan area: TV, Radio, local and regional print media, electronic billboards, promotional banners and yard signs, social media/networking, online/web presence, a full-scale public relations campaign - plus LIVE radio broadcasts from the Festival during the weekend event.
MOSAICS is doubling our advertising coverage in 2015 to increase visibility and traffic at the festival.
Artist amenities include:
"LOVE MOSAICS!!" ~ Lisa Crisman [Drawing]
"I greatly enjoyed being part of Mosaics this year; I look forward to applying again!" ~ Mel Fleck [Print Making]
"This is my favorite show of the year. The venue is wonderful and the people most friendly." ~ Hal Moran [Photo]
"... I truly enjoyed everything about your fair. Volunteers were great, the weather was perfect and sales were very good for me. I thought it was run nicely and I would love to come back." ~ Ed Martin [Glass]
New this year: Art for Youth Program
~ MOSAICS will setup a gallery for young patrons. This program is designed to introduce youth to fine art. Youth under the age of 18 will be able to purchase original art for a nominal amount during MOSAICS, Missouri Festival for the Arts 2015.
~ Artists participating in MOSAICS along with other area artists donate original art for this area, where young patrons, without the guidance of adults, will be able to make their purchases from professional artists at a nominal fee.
Show Chair: Jim Ingraham, email@example.com
Established in 1992, the MOSAICS Art Festival Association was established to create and foster diversity and vitality of the arts. MOSAICS is operated and managed by a dedicated group of committee members and volunteers who provide continuity, constant improvement and a congenial atmosphere.