THE 2018 FINE ARTS AND FINE CRAFTS APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN. DEADLINE: MAY 10
See below for details
FINE ARTS AND FINE CRAFTS APPLICATION PROCESS
The application will only be accessible after March 1. Artists must fill out our ZAPPlication and pay the non-refundable Jury Fee of $30, by May 10. The application will require: FIVE high-quality images of your work and ONE of your booth, an average price point for your work, and a short artist statement. Artists will be notified of their application status via email by June 1, 2018.
View the full 2018 Application at this link – zapplication.org
PERFORMERS: Looking for the performance application for this year’s festival? CLICK HERE
FOOD VENDORS: Looking for information on vending food at the festival? CLICK HERE
Fine Arts and Crafts Market – at a glance
Here are some of the great things the artists and artisans had to say about selling their artwork Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival:
“One of the best organized festivals that I go to. The venue is perfect. The advertising is second to none and achieves results! You have a great team that I hope will continue for many, many years.”
“Business speaking, they are a great buying crowd, but more than that they are nice, complementary, and enjoy art. And the quality of work at the show is fabulous. It is a breath of fresh air to see a show with such quality and variety of work.”
“It is one of my favorite events. The attendance is excellent and includes people from all over the area. A true community event, with diverse art and fine crafts.”
WHO SHOULD APPLY
Any fine artist or fine crafter who meets the following qualifications:
- Has a passion for their art or craft and can make a large enough quantity to keep their customers happy for the 2½ days of the Festival.
- Makes their own work, themselves (no designers, buy/sell, contractors or factories).
- Artists and crafters currently making and selling fresh, new work.
WHO SHOULD NOT APPLY
- BUY/SELL vendors
- Someone who designs work and has other people make it for them (in a factory or studio)
- Someone who has their work mass-produced
- Someone who purchases and assembles kits
- Artists and crafters still selling old work or work that has been submitted to this jury before
- Creators of spices, mixes or other consumable food items
- Candle Makers
- Soap and/or skin care and/or bath product makers
- Book authors (contact The Book Tavern <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you want to be in the Author’s Alley)
- Food Vendors – click here for information about selling food at Arts in the Heart of Augusta.
Entries will be considered if the submission falls within the following categories. If you are not sure, please contact festival organizers for clarification..
- Clay (thrown or hand-built ceramics)
- Clothing & Clothing accessories (not jewelry)
- Digital Art
- Fiber Art (baskets, leather goods, wall hangings, and hand quilting, not clothing)
- Folk Art
- Glasswork (not jewelry)
- Jewelry (rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc.)
- Mixed Media 2D
- Mixed Media 3D
- Wood Art
NOTE: for 2D art (paintings; drawings; serigraphs; etchings; collages; mixed media; photographs; digital art; signed and numbered limited edition prints – limited editions cannot include more than 250 signed and numbered pieces)
Need help on how to apply? Watch this information session.