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Prairie Village Art Show 2017
Prairie Village, Kansas (Midwest)
Show Dates: 6/2/17 - 6/4/17
Application Deadline: 2/23/17 Midnight CST
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Images: 5 (a booth shot is required)
Fee (Jury Fee): $30.00
You can submit up to 2 applications for this show.
Prairie Village Art Show is not located on a prairie but in the heart of Kansas City metro area and surrounded by upper income demographics. It is celebrating its 61st year and is the second oldest show in the city. The show is well attended and draws patrons from the entire metropolitan area. The show is small with only 100 artists but they come from all parts of the country. This shopping area was developed by the same company that built the Country Club Plaza, location of the Plaza Art Show.
Nov. 1, 2016 Online Application Available
Feb. 23, 2017 Application due by 12:00 a.m. CST
March 1, 2017 Jury Notification- sent via email, your ZAPP account and website: www.Prairievillageshops.com
April 1, 2017 Booth Fees Due
Late April: Booth Assignments and information to artists
Refund Policy: April 1-April 30th 50% Refund
After May 1: NO refund except at discretion of Art Show Committee
Friday. 5p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Awards will be given and all winners are invited to next year’s show.
24 Hour Security
Artist’s Lounge Snacks and drinks
Friday Night Wine delivered to Booth
Saturday Pancake Breakfast
Saturday Night: Dinner with wine delivered to your booth
Van and RV Parking Close to Show-Overnight Parking is allowed
Advertised to entire metropolitan area; i.e., radio, eblasts, television coverage, K.C. Star and direct mail
Volunteers that want to make your happy!
All spaces are 10’ by 10’. Electricity included. Each booth has storage space. Corner booths are available for a fee. A very limited number of double booths are available.
Special requests are given according to date the application is received. Artist must supply all display materials, screens, chairs, electrical cords, etc.
10’by 10’ Space-$300.00
Corner- an additional $100.00
All spaces are 10 by 10 feet. Booths have some storage space in the back of booth. Parking is in walking distance of show.
Exhibitors should be prepared for inclement weather with rain covers, tie-downs and weights.
Waitlist Policies: Waitlist artists will fill spaces from the media they are juried. In the event we go through a waitlist in a particular media we will fill from a similiar category.
Ceramics - Art objects, either functional or decorative of earthenware, porcelain, or tile, made by shaping and then firing. No machine-made or mass produced work is permitted.
Digital - Pictures made with the assistance of computers. Computer graphics are often made with software called drawing, painting, illustrating and photographic programs or applications.
Drawing/Pastels - Drawings are works on paper using pencil, crayon, ink, charcoal, pastels and a variety of other marking media.
Fiber - Includes artwork from fibers such a basketry, embroidery, weaving, leatherwork, tapestry and papermaking. No machine-tooled, machine-screened patterns or miscellaneous forms of mass production are permitted.
Glass - Glass works that are functional or decorative by design and are kiln formed or crafter by glass blowing, molding or casting. Works may be etched or engraved.
Jewelry - Creating artwork through the forging, twisting and fabricating of various metals. All jewelry, produced from metal, glass, clay, fiber, paper, plastic or other materials should apply in this category. No commercial casts, molds or production studio work is permitted.
Metal - Creating artwork through the forging, twisting and fabricating of various metals.
Two-Dimensional Mixed Media - Works that incorporate more than one type of physical material in their production. Works should include more than one of the following: Paint, pencil, watercolor, photography, printmaking or drawing.
Three-Dimensional Mixed Media - Works that incorporate more than one type of physical material in their production. Works should include more than one of the following: clay work, fiber, glass, metal, wood, or any other 3-D objects.
Painting: Oil/Acrylic - Creation of a still life, portrait, landscape, abstract or other image on a flat surface, with oil and or acrylic paint or sticks.
Painting: Watercolor - Creation of a still life, portrait, landscape, abstract or other image on a flat surface with watercolors.
Photography - Process of capturing images of objects by the action of light, then printing the images, by chemical or digital means, onto a flat surface. Negatives must be the artist’s original and processed either by the artist or under his/her direct supervision.
Printmaking/Graphics - Printmaking is a transfer process of producing original art, usually in multiples. It involves creating a drawing or other composition on a surface other than paper, from transfer to paper .
Sculpture - three dimensional works done in any medium.
Wood - Art objects, either functional or decorative hand tooled or machine worked, turned or carved.
There are 90 spaces available. The jury process is a blind process. The panel of three jurors changes each year. They are drawn from a pool of museum curators, gallery owners, professional artists and art educators. Submitted images will be displayed along with your brief description of your work. All images in a particular category will be previewed; scoring will take place during a second, in-depth viewing. Jurors will individually score each entry with a score from one to five. The highest composite scores in each category will be in the show or on a "wait list."
1. All work in every category must be original work produced by the exhibiting artist.
2. Work which has been produced with commercial kits, molds, patterns, plans, prefabricated forms or other commercial methods s not permitted.
3. Signed and numbered limited edition off set prints are allowed and can be displayed in a portfolio, but may not be hung and must be marked “reproductions”
4. Photographers must print their own photography or be involved in and supervise the printing process.
5. All hanging work must be suitably framed. Portfolios are permitted for matted work.
6. Artists may only exhibit and sell work in media category for which they are accepted.
7. Non-original promotional items (ie postcards, photocopies, notecards, posters, mousepads, etc.) are not permitted to be displayed or sold at show.
8. All jewelry must have been juried in the jewelry category.
9. Artists must be present to exhibit. No spouses or other representatives will be permitted in place or artists.
10. A picture ID is required at artist check-in.
11. The jury committee reserves the right to refuse exhibition of work that is not consistent with submitted slides and the rules listed above. Failure to comply will result in immediate removal from fair with no refund.
Booth size is 10' by 10'. Power is included in booth fee.Storage space is available behind booth. Set-up begins on Friday morning at 10 am.. Some spaces will require a dolly but many are located where you can drive to space and unload then move your vehicle.
Parking is close to show and overnight is allowed. It is within walking distance.
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