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Kansas City Jewish Culture Fest 2017
Overland Park, KS
Overland Park, Kansas (Midwest)
Show Dates: 9/10/17 - 9/10/17
Application Deadline: 5/31/17 Midnight CST
67 day(s) and 15 hour(s) remaining
Images: 5 (a booth shot is required)
Fee (Application Fee): $25.00
You can submit up to 5 applications for this show.
It began in 1994. It grew and evolved. Nine Jewish Arts Festivals later, our community had created something truly magical. For our 10th event, we're shaking things up a bit. Introducing Jewish Culture Fest - September 10, 2017. It's all your favorite things about the Jewish Arts Festival, now with even more "Jewish."
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kanas City will present the reimagined Jewish Culture Fest on the Jewish Community Campus in Overland Park, Kansas. Showcasing Jewish music, art, and food, this one-day event will feature locally, nationally, and internationally recognized performing and visual artists, interactive and educational play stations for children, food vendors offering a variety of kosher cuisine. The festival has a history of engaging more than 300 volunteers and attracting 6,000 people of all ages, religions, and ethnicities from every corner of the midwest region.
The Jewish Culture Fest, Overland Park, KS
September 10, 2017
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kanas City will present the reimagined Jewish Culture Fest on the Jewish Community Campus in Overland Park, Kansas. Showcasing Jewish music, art, and food, this one-day event will feature locally, nationally, and internationally recognized performing and visual artists, interactive and educational play stations for children, food vendors offering a variety of kosher cuisine. The festival has a history of engaging more than 600 volunteers and attracting 6,000 people of all ages, religions, and ethnicities from every corner of the metropolitan area. The festival seeks to:
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Jewish Culture Fest
Visual Arts Committee Contact: Melissa Blair Anderson
Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City
5801 West 115th Street, Overland Park KS 66211
Phone – 913.327.4646
The Jewish Culture Fest does not require an artist to pay any commissions. Each artist is responsible for all sales and paying Kansas sales tax. Tax forms will be issued to each exhibitor in the on-site packet at the opening of the festival. It is the responsibility of each artist to return payment to the Kansas Tax Revenue Service.
All artists must apply on ZAPPlication by 11:59pm central time on May 31, 2017. A separate application, images, and jury fee of $25 must be submitted for each category that an individual artist enters. Only one application may be submitted per body of work represented. Multiple applications must represent either work in different media categories or distinctly separate bodies of work within one category. A collaborative team producing a single product may qualify as a single exhibitor. Artists must use a separate and distinct profile to apply in multiple categories.
Please submit a total of five (5) digital images, professional quality. Four (4) digital images must be of individual pieces of current work and one (1) digital image, (number 5), must be of your current display. The display slide should reveal no names, have no people standing in the booth, and have your work displayed in the booth. If possible, booth display should represent an outdoor booth set-up.
The Jewish Culture Fest staff reserves the right to use an image of one slide of the artist’s choice for promotional purposes.
The Jewish Culture Fest jury is comprised of four participants. Two participants are practicing art festival artists. The two other participants are working members of the arts community, as professors, curators, gallery directors, gallery artists, etc.
The jury selection process will take place in early April 2017. The Jewish Culture Fest Jury will review all applications on a PC. Jurors will then assign a “yes” (3 points), “maybe” (2 points) or “no” (1 point) value to the work. The 50-60 available spaces will then be filled by the artists with the highest point value in their medium. Artists are assigned a number and judged only by the digital images submitted, not on any other qualifications. At the same time, 20 artists will be chosen and ranked as alternates. To maintain balance, The Jewish Culture Fest reserves the right for the Visual Arts Committee to invite a percentage of artists at their discretion.
Applicants will be notified of jury selections on ZAPPlication immediately following completion of the jury. Telephone notification will not be given prior to email or website notice. Individual scores are not given out.
Please take note of these important dates:
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.Traditional photographs taken through a digital media should apply in the photography category.
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 - Creation of a still life, portrait, landscape, abstract or other image on a flat surface.
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 through the use of a press or through impressions made by hand.
Sculpture - three dimensional works done in any medium.
Wood - Art objects, either functional or decorative hand tooled or machine worked, turned or carved.
The following rules and policies are provided to ensure fairness to all participating artists and to the buying public. Any failure to comply will result in immediate removal from the festival and the artist will be ineligible to participate in The Jewish Culture Fest.
Each artist is provided a 12 x 12 exhibition space, which is assigned by the Jewish Culture Fest Visual Arts Committee. Participants are expected to bring their own canopy, display booth, display racks, lights, extension cords and any booth support materials. There is a 2-foot storage space between booths. A limited number of corner booth spaces are available for an additional $100 fee. Double booth spaces are available is space is presented (additional booth fee). Booths will be assigned by the Jewish Culture Fest Visual Arts Committee, who will do their best to comply with specific requests.
Individual electricity is provided to each artist. Each artist is allowed 110 watts. The artist is responsible for providing their own lights and fixtures.
Visit the event website for a layout map of the festival layout.
APPLICATION FEE: A $25 non-refundable credit card purchase or check, made payable to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, must be sent with each application. A booth fee check is NOT required at this time.
EXHIBIT FEE: Upon receipt of an acceptance letter, the accepted artist is required to purchase a booth space and optional corner space fee on ZAPP by May 15, 2017. Booth spaces must be paid by credit card purchase or a single check, payable to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City for $250, and an additional payment or check for $100 is required if interested in a corner space. Failure to respond by the deadline may result in revocation of the invitation. Booth fees will not be refunded due to artist cancellation after July 30, 2017 (exceptions are made for extreme circumstances).
All fees will be deposited upon receipt.
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