(click on the titles to read the content)
- Artist check in: Sunday, 6-7am
- Final Jury Walk-Through: 8-9am
- Show Hours – open to the public: 9am-5pm
- Artist Departure: Sunday, 5pm-6:30pm
- Jury fee and photos are not required for returning artists from the previous Art in the Village show unless the substance of products/display changes.
- Four photos (#1-#4) must be of individual pieces, which accurately represent the body of work to be exhibited.
- Photo #1, if accepted, will be retained for use in publicity.
- The booth photo (#5) should be representative of presentation and work to be displayed and should illustrate the quality of booth structure you will provide. Artist’s name should not appear on booth photo.
Photo return: Photos will be returned to those artists not selected to exhibit only if a #10 self-addressed envelope stamped with adequate postage for photo return is included with the artist’s application. The photos of selected artists will be permanently retained by Art in the village for use in publicity and show documentation.
Jury fee: $25- A non-refundable check made payable to CVBA must be included in your application. This fee will be deposited upon receipt.
Exhibitor fee: $195 per exhibitor. Fee will not be processed until artist is accepted. Accepted artists will be sent an artist agreement contract five weeks prior to the event, which is to be signed and returned no later than three weeks prior to the event.
Corner Booth fee: $25 additional. Limited space available.
Food Vendor fee: $200. Limited space available.
NOT TO BE INCLUDED: Commercially oriented or mass-produced items.
- All work must be original and made by the artist within the last few years.
The Committee deserves the right to refuse exhibition of work not consistent with submitted photos and these guidelines.
- ON-SITE REQUIREMENTS: Artists must be present during the entire event and must personally staff their exhibit space. No agents, dealers, or representatives may attend the event in place of the artist.
- WORK ON DISPLAY: All work exhibited on booths must be original handcrafted work produced by the artist and may not be the result of work from commercial kits, molds, patterns or plans.
- Tabes/CDs of instrument made by the artist may be sold along with an instrument, but not alone.
- Artists may only exhibit and sell work in the media category for which they are accepted. All jewelry must have been juried in the jewelry category.
- The work exhibited must match the quality and style as represented by the artist in his or her submitted photos.
- 2-D REPRODUCTION POLICY: A reproduction is defined as any existing work of art (such as painting, watercolor, drawing, photograph, etc.) that is copied by digital or photographic means and printed on an offset press, a serigraph press, or through a computer by means of an inkjet or electrostatic printer.This definition includes reproductions with additional enhancement by the artist.
- 2-D REPRODUCTION POLICY:Limited editions signed and numbered at the front of each piece, displayed on one wall and browse bins only. Reproduction pieces must be clearly marked as “Reproduction” or “Limited Edition Reproduction” on the front of each piece and on the wall or browse bins. Reproductions may not be in the same browse bins as originals.
- An explanation of the reproduction process should be included in the artist statement.
- ARTIST STATEMENT: Artists must post an artist statement explaining the process and materials used in displayed works. The reproduction process must also be disclosed in this statement.
- Four weeks prior to event – Final Artist application and jury fee deadline (Postmarked). Others will be considered after this date if space is available.
- Four weeks prior to event – Artist Canfirmation packets and booth assignments mailed.
Application (recommend postmarked by July 31, 2017)
We will consider late applicants if space is available