Artwork by Sadye Rasmussen
Photo by AASAF
2016 KIDS’ ART FAIR
Information will be provided the first of the year for 2016
2015 Kids’ Art Fair
Thank you to all of our participants at this year’s jury sessions.
We have selected our young artists that will be exhibiting their artwork at the 2015 Kids’ Art Fair! Come support them at the Townie Street Party on Monday, July 13th.
Interested in participating? Check back in March for information about next year’s jury sessions.
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: TBD
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.