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All new 'Art in the Park, an Arts Market' planned for summer 2010


Call for artists - register by April 15


March 18, 2010
It will feature the juried work of artists, photographers and fine crafts people from throughout the region and will provide a wonderful opportunity for visitors and local residents to view and purchase original art in many different styles, techniques and price ranges. Artists interested in participating in this new format show need to register and submit payment by April 15 to the MWVAA in order to reserve an exhibit space.

The all new Art in the Park, An Arts Market will give local fine artists, artisans and craftspeople an opportunity to sell their work on July 9, 23 and Aug. 13, from 3 to 7 p.m., in Schouler Park.  The MWVAA will be offering 10-foot by 10-foot vendor spaces for $25 for juried members and $35 for juried non-members per date. A discounted rate will be offered when vendor space is rented for all three dates. Non-members must participate in one of the upcoming MWVAA jury sessions in order to reserve a space. There is a non-refundable $10 jury fee for non-members.

"The MWVAA is delighted to be bringing back Art in the Park in this updated format," states Jan Eskedal, Board President. "The new format is simple and we are hoping it will attract a wide range of fine artists, artisans, and craftspeople as well as the general public."

Registration deadline with payment is April 15. Visit mwvarts.org for an application. Those registering but not accepted through the jury process will have their rental payment refunded.

Two jury sessions have been scheduled prior to the start of Art in the Park, An Arts Market. They are March 15 and May 17. All applications and/or materials need to be received by the Thursday prior to each jury date. For complete jury session details and an application, as well as information on all MWVAA events and programs, visit www.mwvarts.org or call 356-2787.

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