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Congratulations ! We are delighted to invite you to be a participating artist at Monument Circle Art Fair, 2023!
Please complete your booth fee by July 21st.
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Apply here to the Monument Circle Art Fair
Here's what you need to know:
Location: Monument Circle, Indianapolis, IN
Event Date: 10/7/23
Application Opens 2/1/23
Application Deadline: 6/21/23
Images: 4 (a booth shot is required)
Application Fee: $20
Booth Fee: $135
Monument Circle Art Fair is an extraordinary experience for the entire family. At the base of the historic Soldiers and Sailors Monument artists display, interact with the public and share their particular discipline with many interested patrons. We value the act of educating the public as much as we do in providing outstanding artwork for viewing and purchase.
Applications will be accepted beginning on Thursday, February 1st, 2023
Applicants 18 years old or older who reside in the United States are invited to apply.
1. Submit four digital images to email@example.com
Three artwork images and one booth image with artwork displayed in a 10 x 10 tent
2. Include a 200 word maximum description of your art and specify your category.
3. Pay application fee $20 on artist page of www.monumentcircleart.org
Dates to remember:
June 21: Deadline to pay $20 non-refundable application fee.
July26: Deadline to send booth fee $135
Selection is by jury process only. The decisions of the judges are final.
Notifications will be sent via email to all applicants by June 23rd, 2023.
A completed application and full payment of the booth fee is a commitment to show in your selected category the entirety of the fair and to abide by the fair rules.
No refunds will be made for cancellation once an artist has been accepted.
Categories will be used for jurying only and not for the awards. No commercial, mass produced or store-bought items are acceptable in any category.
All non-jewelry clay and porcelain work (wheel-thrown, slab, hand-manipulated, etc.). May not be slip-cast in a mold, machine-made or mass-produced.
Images made with the assistance of a computer.
Drawing & Pastel
Two-dimensional work including pencil, charcoal, chalk, pastels, wax crayon, inks
Work such as wearable art, baskets, books, embroidery, paper, quilts, created by the artist from fibers.
Glass works that are functional or decorative by design and are kiln formed or have been crafted by glassblowing, molding or casting.
Graphics & Printmaking
Prints manually created by the artist using plates, stones or screens which have been properly signed and numbered as a limited edition
Jewelry made by the artist without the use of commercial casts, molds, kits or use of a production studio, regardless of medium.
Handmade work made with leather. No copies or reproductions made by machine. Metal
Non-jewelry metal work made by the artist without the use of a production studio.
Original work of two or three dimensions in which the primary intent is the union of two or more media or physical materials.
Two-dimensional work made with pigment including oils, watercolors, acrylics, alkyd, casein, and egg tempura.
Two-dimensional work made by the artist that includes digital and film photography that has not been manipulated to achieve results beyond what could be produced in a traditional dark room. Work must be printed by the artist or under the artist's direct supervision in limited editions no greater than 250, including all sizes, properly signed and numbered.
Three-dimensional work made in any medium.
Hand-tooled, machine-worked, turned or carved work in wood.
Please text any questions or inquiries to Sandy Walker 765-702-0551 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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