Art in the Park Show Information
Early Bird Application Fee (until May 15, 2022)
All work must be designed, executed and shown by the participating artist. No commercial molds, kits, or mass-produced items will be accepted. Artists are encouraged to demonstrate their work during the show. All art shown must be family friendly. Violators of any of these regulations will be removed from the event without refund of any fees or dues paid.
MUST SIGN TO PARTICIPATE
Please read the MAFA Student - Jury Criteria to understand our guidelines for work accepted for this show. You must agree to and sign the Jury Criteria for event registration approval. Artist under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian approval. For jury questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Booth fees for a 10’ x 10’ space are $25 before May 15, 2022, and $50 after that date. Student artist exhibitor registrations are due no later than September 1, 2022 without incurring a late fee.
NO refund on cancellation. Credit will be applied to the 2023 Art in the Park event only.
This is a juried show and non-member artists’ work must be evaluated by our Jury Committee before the show. To do this, artists must submit three images of their work to email@example.com. MAFA will waive the normal $25 jury fee. Decisions of the Jury Committee are final.
How to REgister and pay:
We encourage you to register early since spaces are assigned according to date of acceptance. All space assignments are final – Please note special needs on the form at left and we will make every effort to accommodate your needs.
Artists must be present to display and sell their work. Acceptance in the show is determined solely by the Art in the Park Jury Committee whose decision is final.
Contact Christine Geltz for more information or registration questions, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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