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Call for Artists: 47th Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival

August 12-14
Park City, Utah
Presented by: Kimball Art Center
215 Artists 
Deadline: March 8

Application fee: $50
Booth fees: $575-$1625

Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, the Park City Kimball Arts Festival is one of the oldest and largest arts festivals in the Western United States.  The festival attracts approximately 57,000 art enthusiasts to Park City's beautiful Historic Main Street to purchase from our 200+ participating artists, enjoy the live music, and the delicious food and drinks.
Recent Awards: "Best Art Fair 2015", #15 Art Fair SourceBook Elite Arts Fairs. Sunshine Artist Top 200, AFSB Blue Chip 100 Fine Craft Fair
Artist Amenities:
  • 2015 Average artist sales: $5580
  • No commission
  • Lodging discounts
  • Designated load-in times
  • Reserved artist parking
  • Artist lounge
  • Booth-sitters 
Testimonials from our 2015 Artists:

..."A brilliantly run Arts Fest.  From the folks at check in, to the people funding us through load in, to frequent water deliveries, volunteers offering a hand should we need it, to the people at check out.  Even the folks in the booths around us were great.  It was all a finely tuned and welcoming machine."
..."I have done hundreds of tough shows in my 40 years of doing shows and have never seen such a potentially complicated set up and tear down come off so pleasantly and effectively."
..."You made us all feel welcome and appreciated ... Personally, I had my best ever Park City show...I really am sincere when I say Park City is one of my favorite shows, not just for the reasons listed, but also for much more." 
Contact: Hannah Palmer,, (435)649-8882


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Comment by Barrie Lynn Bryant on February 24, 2016 at 7:32am

Now here's a show that asks for a 1000 character DESCRIPTION OF MATERIAL AND TECHNIQUE. Well, an artist can write and submit up to that number of characters, but be careful trying to write that much. With this much space to talk about your stuff since it's easy to say something that isn't relevant or necessary. And I believe it's fine to write less than that, especially if you can say enough about your work using fewer characters.

Another interesting facet of their application is that they ask for five images of artwork, but no booth shot. I recently learned that another show doesn't ask for a booth shot; St. James Court in Kentucky.


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