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Paseo Arts Festival - OKC 2017 (41st Annual)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (South)
Show Dates: 5/27/17 - 5/29/17
Application Deadline: 1/9/17 Midnight CST
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Images: 4 (a booth shot is required)
Fee (Jury Fee): $30.00
You can submit up to 3 applications for this show.
A showcase for original artwork by visual artists in a wide variety of media, along with performance art and live music. Held in the historic Paseo Arts District, which was named one of the Top 10 Neighborhoods in the United States by the American Planning Association in 2010, the Paseo has been associated with the arts in Oklahoma since 1929. Today, more than 65,000 people visit the annual Memorial Day Weekend Festival. Hours: Saturday and Sunday 10am-8pm, Monday 10am - 5pm
The fees for the Paseo Arts Festival include a non-refundable Jury Fee of $30; a Booth Fee of $325 for a regular booth, $425 for a Corner Booth or $625 for a Double Booth; with an optional electricity fee of $80. Corner booths, double booths and electricity are available in limited quantities and given on a first come, first serve basis.
The application deadline is Monday, January 9, 2017 and artists will be notified on or before February 8, 2017. Submit four images (one image of booth setup is mandatory) for each media represented in your booth. Images must represent the majority of actual works to be exhibited.
The Paseo Arts Association (PAA) reserves the right to use Festival artists' images for public relations purposes. The last day to withdraw without forfeiting the exhibition fee is April 1, 2017.
Two-dimensional categories include:
- 2D Other
Three-dimensional categories include:
- 3D Other
Reproductions are allowed to the extent they are clearly marked as such and displayed only in a bin or portfolio and not on panels. Reproductions may not be more than 25% of the art for sale.
All proceeds from exhibitors’ sales go to the participating artist. Exhibitors are responsible for their own transactions, including sales tax. The PAA offers a Visa/MasterCard service for a 5% service fee.
The PAA provides overnight, on-site security. However, the PAA cannot assume any liability for loss or damage to displays of art for any reason.
Each participating artist will have a 10x10 foot square space. Every effort is made to create a layout that is not competitive with the same media. The artist is responsible for display materials, and tents designed for outdoor use must fit the designated size. Electricity (110v) is available on a first-come, first-serve basis for an additional $80. Artist are encouraged to use LED because of possible wattage restrictions. A shared booth, up to two artists, is by special request only; the shared booth fee is $425.
Exhibitors should understand that this is an outdoor art festival and, as such, will continue even during inclement weather. Unless the Festival Committee cancels the event, any artist who leaves before the Festival closes without consent of the committee will forfeit the space and booth fee. Artists must remain on the Festival site until the weather passes or the Festival Committee advises otherwise and return to their tent until the Festival closes.
High standards are key to the success and the community outreach mission of the PAA and the Paseo Arts Festival. The jurors will consider numerous aspects of the work submitted, including craftsmanship, design, creativity, and presentation.
1 Best in Show
2 Awards of Excellence
THE PASEO ARTS ASSOCIATION
The Paseo Arts Association,a non-profit 501©(3), will enrich, educate, and inspire the public through the arts.
HISTORY OF THE PASEO ARTS DISTRICT
The Paseo was developed by Oklahoman G.A. Nichols in 1929 as the first shopping district north of downtown Oklahoma City. The curved, two-block street has maintained its Spanish revival architecture with original stucco buildings and clay tile roofs still intact. The Paseo is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the arts have always been a part of the Paseo. The Elm’s, a resident art gallery and studio built in 1920 (located at 27th and Walker), was the first Oklahoma City artist studio and gallery. In the 1950's, the Paseo was home to small businesses, student partying and jazz clubs. The 1960’s brought the counter culture with its creativity. The Paseo began its transition into an arts district in the 1970's. The first annual Paseo Arts Festival was held Memorial Day Weekend in 1977 and the Paseo Arts Association was formed in 1982 to organize and further energize its place as Oklahoma’s arts district. Today, a vibrant group of artists with substantial involvement and support from the larger community continues to build the Paseo Arts District into one of the most creative art venues in the country. In October 2010, the American Planning Association named the Paseo as one of the Top Ten Neighborhoods in the United States. That was due in large part to the fact that the Paseo is home to over 20 galleries and more than 80 artists, all within walking distance. Intermingled with the galleries are fabulous restaurants, shopping, nonprofit organizations, and other businesses.
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