Talbot Street Art Fair
Description

The 59th annual Talbot Street Art Fair will be held June 14-15, 2014. The fair is sponsored by Talbot Street Art Fait, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts and philanthropic endeavors, program grants, scholarship endowments and awrds.

 

270 fine art and fine craft artists from across the nation will participate in the oldest juried fair in Central Indiana.  Fair runs from 10-6 on Saturday and 10-5 on Sunday.  The fair remains free to the public and attracts over 60,000 patrons.

 

The fair is held along Talbott Street; North & South between 16th & 20th Street and East & West between Pennsylvania & Delaware Street in the historic Herron-Morton neighborhood near the northside of Indianapolis.

 

Media categories incude 2D, 2DMM, 3DMM, clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, metal, photography, sculpture and wood.  $250 merit awards are given for each category and a $500 Best of Show award. Merit award winners will be jury exempt for the follow year's fair.  In addition to merit awards, the fair also sponsors Purchase Awards.

 

All of the fair's focus is on artists.  We do not have commercial booths or performing musicians.  We do extensive advertising to bring in buying customers.  The fair has a dedicated following of patrons who show rain or shine.  We provide 24 hour security with our Indianapolis Metropolitan Ploice Dept.  Free parking for artists and RVs.  Cold water on Saturday & Sunday.  Optional Friday afternoon set-up and block captains that help the fair run smoothly.

Booth space 10'x12' - 10'x22'. $25 application fee.  Booth fees range from $295 - $545.

 

Applications available November 1, 2013 from our website www.talbotstreet.org.  Application deadline is January 21, 2014.  Notification of acceptance is March 15, 2014.

 

Contact us at talbotstreetartfair@hotmail.com or 317-745-6479

 

 

 

 

Categories
Oil
Watercolor
Acrylic
Pastel
Pen and Ink
Graphite
Color Pencil
Charcoal
Traditional Photography
Digital Photography
Jewelry
New Media
Digital Art
Printmaking (hand pulled)
Sculpture
Other
Ceramics
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