100 American Craftsmen - 2017 Agreement

The invitation and acceptance by the Artisan is a commitment to be present and exhibit.


The Artisan whose work is represented in the slides must be present at the show. No exceptions!

Buy and Sell is not permitted. If it’s determined that items are commercially produced, the exhibitor selling the items can be removed from the show and forfeits all fees paid.


Artisan is responsible for collecting and reporting New York State sales tax. Artisan must have a vendor's Certificate of Authority (COA). New York State sales tax authorities will check for compliance but will NOT be collecting taxes.


By submitting this application, Artisan insures that the work displayed is original and has had direct hands-on involvement in the making of each item offered for sale and that it is consistent with the standards as set forth in this application. Management reserves the right to disqualify and discharge any Artisan not in compliance with the guidelines as stated.


Artisan releases the Kenan Center, all sponsoring organizations, agents, board, employees and volunteers from any responsibility, personal liability, claims, loss or damage arising out of or in conjunction with his/her participation in 100 American Craftsmen which is not responsible for any injury sustained by exhibitors or guests while within the space designated for exhibits. Artisan accepts that information from this application and any images submitted may be used for publicity purposes without restriction.


Past acceptance is not a guarantee of acceptance to future shows. The decision of the jurors is final.