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Call for Entries: St. Louis Galleria in June

June 20 & 21 St. Louis, MO Sat. & Sun. 10 AM - 5 PM 150 exhibitors St. Louis now has Two Great Art Fairs!! Howard Alan Events is excited to bring a first class art fair to the City of St. Louis. The show will be hosted at the Saint Louis Galleria, located between the cities of Clayton and Ladue. This high end retail area is located in the affluent area of St. Louis and boasts perfect demographics. The show is also only a three hour drive from our Kansas City event the following weekend.
There is going to be joint marketing from Howard Alan Events, the Galleria publicity department and the local art leagues who will be part of the fair. We feel we have a great event in the making and hope to see you in St. Louis. Venue: St. Louis Galleria on Clayton & Brentwood Rd. Howard Alan Events produces multiple shows therefore they have an ongoing jury process that meets twice monthly and juries by category. SHOW DIRECTOR'S SUGGESTION: We recommend that you apply EARLY as the show and/or most categories will fill quickly.
Applications available at ArtFestival.com and/or
zapplication.org, search for "St. Louis Galleria Art Festival on Clayton Rd."

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Comment by don crozier on June 21, 2009 at 10:05pm
Hi,
We visited this show today. Gail and I have never attended or participated in a Howard Alan show and we were curious how his first entry into the St Louis market would do.

The art was all very good and a lot of it is new to the St Louis area. It did remind us a lot of the Amy Amdur shows, with which we have several years of experience. Several of the same artists and much the same overall 'look' to the show.

The heat was pretty devastating to attendance. It only got up to 93 today, but it felt much hotter on the Galleria parking lot. I guess we are fortunate since it is supposed to be up to 99 later this week. By the time we were on the last row of artists, I was no longer looking at the art and was ready to get back to the air conditioned car.

The artists we talked to seemed to do okay, not great by any means, but I think enough to do the show again. Probably not bad considering the weather and the fact that it's a first time show.

I don't understand, though, why the tents were oriented the way they were, with the backside of the booths out towards the public areas. Entering the show the way we went, it looked pretty trashy. The backside of the booths themselves weren't all that bad, but they had storage for construction barricades and other junk just laying around that looked pretty bad. The backside of the booths also faced the main thoroughfare, Brentwood Blvd. Why wouldn't you want that side of the show to look its best is beyond me.
Comment by Robin Ragsdale on June 23, 2009 at 11:16am
I drove by the show 2x that weekend. Unfortunately, I was too busy to actually stop. I saw the tents from Brentwood Blvd and must agree about the weird orientation. The backs of the tents probably did nothing to bring in more traffic. If I hadn't known about the show, I would have had no idea what was going on there.

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