Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2014
Show Dates: 3/21/14 - 3/23/14
Application Deadline: 9/21/13
The application deadline has passed.
(a booth shot is required)
Application available on ZAPP
- AUGUST 1, 2013 (Thursday)
Application deadline to ZAPP, by Midnight (EDT)
- SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 (Friday)
ZAPP Screening at Winter Park City Hall
- OCTOBER 19, 2013 (Saturday)
Notification from ZAPP, on or before
- NOVEMBER 11, 2013 (Monday)
Acceptance and Exhibitor Fee deadline to ZAPP by Midnight (EST)
- DECEMBER 8, 2013 (Sunday)
Email space requests deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org by Midnight (EST) (see SPACE REQUESTS below)
No refund of exhibitor fee will be made for cancellation after Midnight (EST)
- DECEMBER 31, 2013 (Tuesday)
Spaces located within the Park may be set up AFTER 8:30 a.m.
- MARCH 20, 2014 (Thursday)
Check in with Space Assignment Committee before setup
Headquarters open 10 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Spaces located along Park Avenue may be set up AFTER 5:00 a.m.
Check in with Space Assignment Committee before setup
Headquarters opens at 7:00 a.m.
Festival Hours of Operation
- MARCH 21, 22, and 23, 2014
Friday and Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Sunday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
- Thursday Setup and Check-In
- Refreshments Available All Day
- Artist Hospitality Center
- Booth Sitting
- Art Festival Magazines
- Saturday Night Artists’ Dinner
AWARDS – TOTAL of $72,500
PLUS Patron Program purchases totaling more than $40,000 annually•
- Best of Show, Purchase Award: $10,000
- Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Art of Philanthropy, Purchase Award: $5,000
- Morse Museum Award for a Distinguished Work of Art: $2,500
- Ten Awards of Excellence: $2,000 each
- Twenty Awards of Distinction: $1,000 each
- Thirty Awards of Merit: $500 each
Please note that past WPSAF award-winning work is not eligible for an award.
THE JUDGES AND THE JUDGING PROCESS
The jurist panel consists of three independent judges, selected from across the country for their in-depth knowledge and experience in multiple art mediums. In October, they will review the digital images of all applicants to select the Festival artists and the Wait List artists. In March, this same panel will review the work of the exhibitors, determining those artists they consider outstanding (eligible for awards). They will select one piece, representative of the artist’s body of work, from each of these outstanding artists for final judging on Saturday morning. Only the Best of Show and the Morse Museum awards are presented for individual works. Awards are presented solely at the discretion of the judges.
- Jerry Allen Gilmore resides in St. Paul, MN and is an artist, director, lecturer and curator in Colorado, Arizona and the Midwest.
- Novie Trump, founder and director of Flux Studios, a contemporary art studio, is a resident of Mt. Rainier, MD and a sculptor and installation artist in ceramics and mixed media.
- Evan Wilson is a resident of Hoosick, NY and has been a full-time artist (traditional realism) for more than 30 years.
IMPORTANT: It is critical that you maintain an accurate and up-to-date artist profile in ZAPP through March, 2014, especially contact information: telephone, e-mail, website and postal mail.
Applications to The 55th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival™ will be available thru ZAPP at www.zapplication.org between Thursday, August 1st and Friday, September 20, 2013, Midnight (EDT). Screening order is established by your ZAPP application completion date within your media category.
Artists may apply only once in a category and in a maximum of two (2) categories.
Reminder: Ours is a family-oriented event, and exhibits must be in keeping with this atmosphere.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO 2013 FESTIVAL AWARD WINNERS
Winners of the 2013 Best of Show Award, the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Award, the Morse Museum Award, Awards of Excellence and Awards of Distinction are invited to return in their awarded category for the 2014 Festival.
- To confirm your participation in The 2014 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival™, returning award winners must submit an application to ZAPP by Friday, September 20, 2013, Midnight (EDT) and pay the exhibitor fee of $475.00 through ZAPP by Sunday, December 8, 2013, Midnight (EST). No refund of exhibitor fee will be made for cancellation after December 31, 2013, Midnight (EST).
- A coupon code will be provided to you by WPSAF for the jury fee.
- Although not juried, please submit an image through ZAPP to be used for publicity, including the Festival programs and Web site. Only images submitted in the recommended ZAPP format can be used in the Festival programs and publicity materials.
- If you have a change of category or wish to enter a second category, please submit a separate ZAPP application, including fees and images following all applicable instructions.
- Please note that past WPSAF award-winning work is not eligible for an award.
APPLICATION BY COLLABORATING ARTISTS
- Collaborating artists may apply as a single entry only. No more than two (2) artists working as a team may collaborate in the design and creation of any art work submitted with the application or chosen to display at the Festival.
- Assistants, employees, office or other support staff are NOT considered to be collaborators. If an artist has a helper who assists the artist with frames, setup, selling, paperwork, etc. but she/he is NOT producing the work under his/her own or team name, this person is NOT a collaborator though may certainly assist you at the Festival.
- If accepted, only one (1) booth will be issued, and only finished work that is the result of the collaborative process may be displayed and sold.
- BOTH artists are required to sign in and present photo identification prior to setting up.
- BOTH members of the team must be present at all times in the booth during the entire three-day Festival.
- A description of each member’s involvement in the creation of the artwork must be in the Artist Statement.
- All work displayed at the Festival must bear the signature or mark of both collaborators.
APPLICATION IN TWO CATEGORIES
- Artists may apply in a maximum of two (2) categories (one entry per category).
- If applying in two (2) categories, the work in each must be substantially different in medium and technique.
- An artist selected in two categories is committed to display in both categories.
- Two (2) separate adjacent spaces will be assigned – one (1) for each category.
- Work in each category may not be combined.
Categories will be used for jurying purposes. It is the artist’s responsibility to enter the appropriate jurying category. Artists may apply only once in a category.
IMPORTANT: All work must be original, signed by the artist, produced using archival materials and be limited ro 250 in its editions.Non-jewelry clay and porcelain work. May not be machine-made or mass-produced.Art work that is generated and produced using digital technology. May include scanned images (from the artist or other sources) that have been non-trivially modified by computing processes. Work must be printed with archival quality materials and MUST be properly signed and numbered as a limited edition no greater than 250. Photography of any kind is not permitted in this category.Two-dimensional work including but not limited to pencil, charcoal, chalk, pastels, wax crayon, inks and washes, or other marking materials. Work such as baskets, books, embroidery, paper, quilts, and others created by the artist from fibers. No forms of commercial, mass-produced or enhanced items not made by the artist are permitted.Work created in glass by the artist. No molds or other forms of mass production are permitted.
Prints manually created by the artist using plates, stones or screens which have been properly signed and numbered as a limited edition no greater than 250 using archival quality materials.Jewelry created by the artist without the use of commercial casts, molds, kits or a production studio, regardless of medium.Handmade work created with leather.Non-jewelry metal work created by the artist without the use of a production studio.Work in which the primary intent is the union of two or more media or physical materials.Two-dimensional work created with pigment including oils and acrylics, as well as egg tempera, casein, alkyd, etc., or any combination of these pigments excluding watercolor.Limited edition no greater than 250, signed and numbered prints using archival materials that are created by the artist from his/her own original negatives or digital files processed by that artist or under that artist’s direct supervision. Photographs taken by digital means and works consisting of photographs that have been manipulated using a computer should be submitted in the photography category. Scanned images of the artist’s original work that have been significantly manipulated or enhanced into the final piece should be submitted in the Digital Art category.Three-dimensional work created in any medium. No forms of commercial or mass-produced or enhanced items not made by the artist are permitted.Two-dimensional work created with watercolors.Hand-tooled, machine-worked, built-up, turned or carved work in wood. No forms of commercial or mass-produced or enhanced items not made by the artist are permitted.
• The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival™
P.O. Box 597
Winter Park, Florida 32790-0597
407-644-7207 (voice message system)
• email@example.com (application questions)
• firstname.lastname@example.org (general questions)
• email@example.com (emerging artists only)
Selection is by the jury process only. The decisions of the judges are final.
Placement on the wait list is determined by the jury based upon category. Order within each category is determined by point score, then date of confirmed application in ZAPP.
Please read the entire application completely, including this important section.
All exhibitors must prominently display a copy of their Artist Statements in their booths.
These Artist Statements must describe the technique, materials and processes used in the creation of the entire body of work.
Collaborators must describe each member’s involvement in the creation of the artwork in their Artist Statement.
A completed ZAPP application and full payment of the booth fee is a commitment to show in your selected category (categories) the entirety of the Festival and to abide by the Festival rules. No refund of exhibitor fee will be made for cancellation after December 31, 2013, Midnight (EST).
Each space measures 10’ by 12’. The artist’s display, including booth and viewing bins, must be contained within this space.
- An artist may have only one (1) space, except in cases of dual category acceptance.
- The work of only one (1) exhibitor may be displayed in each assigned space.
- A minimum of six (6) pieces must be displayed.
- The Festival retains the right to regulate various aspects of the booth display including, but not limited to, number of pieces of artwork, size and number of bins, and overall placement within the allotted space.
- Ours is a family-oriented event, and exhibits must be in keeping with this atmosphere.
THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED!
IMPORTANT: During the Festival, all displays will be visited by Viewing Committee members to ensure that they are in compliance with Festival rules. It is our exclusive right and responsibility to remove work that is not in compliance. Non-compliance will result in expulsion and ineligibility for judging, awards and future Festival participation. The final decision will be made by an Officer of the Festival.
- NO REPRODUCTIONS OF ORIGINAL ARTWORK
- NO copies of original artwork and works reproduced or copied from works of masters, advertisements, commercial or widely circulated photographs or offset prints
- NO work purchased from an outside source for resale
- NO production artwork in any category
- NO work created by kits, picture frames, velvet paintings, manufactured or kit jewelry, candles, art supplies, commercial signage or displays, decoupage and ceramics cast from commercial molds
- NO mass-produced note cards, commercial books, etc.
- NO framing in the Park
- NO artwork created before January, 2012
- NO artwork not in category
- NO unsigned artwork or work not using archival materials
- NO creation or demonstration of artwork in the Park
- NO animals, alcohol, or sound systems
- NO generators in the Park