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Port Warwick Art & Sculpture Festival 2017
3100 William Styron Square
Newport News, 23606, Virginia (South)
Show Dates: 10/14/17 - 10/15/17
Application Deadline: 5/15/17 Midnight EST
49 day(s) and 5 hour(s) remaining
Images: 4 (a booth shot is required)
Fee (Application Fee): $35.00
This 13th annual juried, fine arts festival is well known for exceptional treatment of the artists, many of whom return year after year.
We search for qualified artists who continually challenge themselves to achieve a higher artistic level both in subject matter and technique.
It is important to us that sales are brisk and incorporate a mixed marketing plan before the event.
Some of the marketing we will be doing this year include: Tv advertising, Print advertising in the local newspapers and tabloids, radio, social media and press releases to encourage the local media to report on this growing festival.
Quick Facts about PWA&SF
Booth Fee: $300 - 10x10 booth space
$550 - double booth space
DESCRIPTION OF ACCEPTABLE MEDIA AND CATAGORIES
CERAMICS: Functional and non-functional clay works excluding clay jewelry and clay sculpture. No part of the finished pieces shall be the result of mass production.
DRAWING AND GRAPHICS: Work created using dry media such as chalk, charcoal, pastels, pencil, and crayons or from fluid media, such as ink applied by brush or pen. Printed works from which the artist creates the plates, stones or screens and pulls the prints are accepted.
FIBER: Any work created from fibers, including leatherwork, basketry, papermaking, weaving, etc. No machine tooling, machine screening or any form of mass production is permitted. T-shirts and commercial clothing are ineligible.
GLASS: Functional and non-functional items are accepted. No part of the finished pieces shall be the result of mass production. Pressed glass objects are not permitted.
JEWELRY: Personal adornment. Original and unique designs incorporating any of the following: gold, silver, gemstones, glass, wood, clay and other non-precious material.
o What is not permitted: strung pearls, craft clay, and use of commercial casts or molds; commercially available pendants and brooches, catalogue merchandise. Loose stones may not be sold.
MIXED MEDIA: Includes 2-D and 3-D non-sculptural work, incorporating more than one type of physical material or processes in its production, i.e. an etching that is then painted or a collage of handmade paper and photography.
SCULPTURE (LARGE): Defined as over 3 feet tall, functional and non-functional, 3-D work in any medium.
SCULPTURE (SMALL): Defined as less than 3 feet tall, functional and non-functional, 3-D work in any medium.
PAINTINGS: Original 2-D work created in oils, acrylics, watercolor, etc.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Limited edition prints from the artist’s original film or digital file. The edition quantity shall not exceed 250 of any one image.
WOOD: Works crafted from wood, excluding furniture and sculpture that are hand tooled, machine turned or machine carved. No magnifying glasses, pens, bottle stoppers or catalogue merchandise are permitted.
OTHER: Work that does not fall into the above mentioned categories.
Artists Standards of Eligibility
All original pieces must be signed.
Works produced with commercial kits (molds, patterns, plans, prefabricated forms, or other commercial methods) are not permitted.
Artwork must have been created within the last 2 years, defined as works conceived between 2015 to present.
Exhibited work must be consistent with the digital images or slides submitted by the artist and follow Festival guidelines.
Artists may exhibit work in two or more categories if they have applied and have been accepted in each category.
Only the work of the juried artist or collaborating team may be displayed and/or sold.
There will be a $20 floor limit for all work sold. Do not display sale or discount signs.
Reproductions include, but are not limited to, the following non-original medium: silk screen, lithography, intaglio, and giclee prints signed or unsigned.
Whether framed or unframed, these must be clearly and individually labeled “REPRODUCTION” or “LIMITED EDITION REPRODUCTION.” Please note that limited edition and giclee prints of no more than 25 from one source will be permitted.
Reproductions must not be displayed in the same browse bins as original art work.
However, exhibited (bins, hanging, etc.) reproductions must not comprise more than 25% of your total booth display.
Approximately 120 artist booths will be placed throughout festival grounds.
Each booth area is 10×10 with 3-foot alley behind the booth, all located on grassy terrain.
Artists are responsible for providing tents and display equipment. Electricity is not available to artists.
All materials must be kept within the assigned booth area. Display, bins, or work cannot extend out into traffic areas.
Paintings, graphics, prints and photographs must be appropriately framed or matted and must be displayed in a suitable panel, portfolio or stand.
FAILURE TO MEET THE STANDARDS:
Artists will be expected to adhere to the Festival Rules. Our Standards Committee will review booths daily to ensure compliance. The Port Warwick Foundation retains the right to remove any ineligible artwork from the exhibition. Further, the Foundation and their representatives also have the right to remove an artist for non-compliance of Festival rules with no refund.
10x10 Booth Space
Single Booth Space: $300
Double Booth Space: $550
Recommend the show to a new artist (and they are accepted) you get top choice of booth loction.
The region has some other wonderful fine arts festivals in October, one of which is,
An Occasion for the Arts in Williamsburg, VA will be October 7 & 8, 2017 http://aofta.org/
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