April 30-May 1 - new event!
Folsom City Lions Park
10 am to 5 pm
Deadline - March 12
Application Fee: $20/Booth Fees: $235-$435
The city of Folsom is an interesting town, with lots of history. Folsom is famous across the country thanks to a country song about a prison recorded by Johnny Cash in 1956. The city's rich history actually began more than a century earlier with California's great gold Rush and arrival of the railroad. The discovery led to massive gold mining operations, as well as a need for rail service.
With a median income of about $96k, and the 74% home ownership rate, the area is the perfect place for an art festival. The Folsom City Lions Park is on Natomas St. at Stafford St. ad is one of the main streets in Folsom, right next to the city hall and library. Admission and parking are free. The event is handicap accessible.
This event is open to all media of original fine art and fine craft, and all work will be juried. Categories will be limited. Only original hand-made works are accepted. Commercially or mass-produced items are not eligible. No buy/sell items allowed.
Participants must provide their own display. If used, canopy must be white and will be securely attached to the ground in case of unexpected high winds.
Overnight security will be provided on Saturday evening. Coffee and donuts will be provided each morning.
Booth fees are $235 for 10'x10' or $435 for 10'x20' space, plus 10% commission on all sales. Every space will be a corner. Please submit 3-4 images of your work and 1 image of your display, and a current biography.
Phone: (916)936-9393; Fax: (661)526-4575