Artwork by Sadye Rasmussen
Photo by AASAF
KIDS' ART FAIR
How To Apply:
- CREATE ART!
- Attend ONE of the Drop-in Jury Sessions.
- Download Application Form, fill it out and bring it to one of the Drop-in Jury Sessions.
Jury Sessions are held at the the Pittsfield Branch of the Ann Arbor District Library, 2359 Oak Valley Dr. Please arrive at least a half hour before the session closes.
Dates and times:
Sunday, April 24th, 2016 from 3pm - 5pm
Wednesday, April 27th, 2016 from 5pm - 7pm
Sunday, May 1st, 2016 from 1pm - 3pm
What You Need To Know For Jury:
- Artists must currently be in grades 3 - 8.
- Artists should bring 4 to 8 samples of work to ONE of the Jury sessions.
- Artists will meet one-on-one with a pair of jurors for a brief time.
- Artists should be able to talk about their work, their art interests and how they plan to make enough art to sell at the Fair.
- Artists will be notified within two weeks if they are selected or waitlisted. Participation is based on space available.
Kid’s Art Fair Requirements:
- An additional Parent/Child meeting will be mandatory once child is juried into Kids’ Art Fair.
- Artists must design and make all work. Work made from kits is not permitted.
- Artists must personally attend their booths and must be present during the entire evening. Representatives, including family members, may not attend in place of the artist.
- Only items described in the registration application and approved in the judging may be for sale.
- Artists may not use their booths to display samples of items to be delivered later.
- Sales should be on a “cash and carry” basis.
- Participating Kids’ Art Fair Artists pay a $10 fee.
- The following are absolutely prohibited:
- Services such as face painting, hair braiding or nail painting.
- The sale of food.
- Use of licensed, trademarked, or copyrighted characters or names.
- Raffles or games involving prize-winning.
- Activities that require the purchaser to assemble the product or work made from kits.
- Additions to applications after submission.
- Commercial banners hanging in artists’ booths.