AFTCP Artist Vendor Application

Art for the Cash Poor 2022
On North American Street

Saturday, June 4, 2022, from noon – 6 pm
rain date Sunday, June 5 (for severe weather only)

What is Art for the Cash Poor?

The 22nd installment of InLiquid’s Signature Event Art for the Cash Poor returns to the American Street Corridor in Kensington. 

The event will take place on the 1400  block of N. American Street, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Art for the Cash Poor is an affordable art sale, that directly benefits visual artists, designers, and craftspeople.
  • All work priced under $200
  • All proceeds from art sales go directly to the artists
  • Open to Artists, Designers, & Crafters

Art for the Cash Poor is open to artists, designers, and crafters who make and produce their own work. All work is to be sold for $200 and below.

All participants are screened for quality and how they fit in with the event, submission does not guarantee acceptance. Artists may share a booth space at a discounted rate per each artist, each artist must be screened and accepted individually (we will not match artists for shared spaces).

Vendor Fees

  • $150 for individual artist vendors
  • $100 each for shared space (vendors are marketed and screened individually)
  • $200 for Non-profit Art Organization Vendors

There is a non-refundable $15 submission fee that is due at the time of submission, this cost will be deducted from your participation fee upon acceptance. This fee covers the administrative costs associated with screening the event.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PARTICIPATION FEES?

  • Event publicity by InLiquid including postcard mailing, press releases, social media, ads, and more!
  • Listing on the AftCP Web Feature, which will include your name, sample image of your work and link to your website, if included on your application.
  • Postcards/flyers, as well as a jpeg announcement and web graphics provided by InLiquid (physical cards will be available for pick up from the gallery, unless otherwise arranged).

Your booth fees strictly go towards the costs of the event and marketing. 

Booth and Event Details

The event takes place outside on the 1400 block of N American Street. The event takes place rain or shine. The event will only be rescheduled in the event of severe rain warnings.

As with all outside events, vendors should be mindful of the elements – please make sure to protect yourself from the sun and stay hydrated. 

Setup and Teardown

  • Outside spaces are 10′ x 10′ (depth by width).
  • Vendor tents will be on pavement and must be weighted to secure in inclement weather.
  • Participating vendors will be assigned a staggered load in times leading up to the event.
  • No cars will be permitted to drive down the street for load-in / load-out.
  • Breakdown may only commence after the day is over (6 pm).
  • Tables & Chairs may be rented for an additional fee.

Vendor Requirements

  • Vendors should have an assistant or booth partner. Booths must be properly managed at all times during the course of the event.
  • Providing your own 10×10 tent/space coverage. This is mandatory for vendors – we do not want our vendors getting Heatstroke.
  • Pre-event set-up and post-event clean-up of individual space.
  • We request that all vendors be vaccinated. This is for the safety of yourself, your patrons, and your fellow artisans. 
  • Vendors are required to bring hand sanitizer, and or other PPE protection.

Vendor Reminders

  • Bringing tables and chairs (unless rented through InLiquid)
  • Bringing tablecloths, free-standing display racks, and walls if necessary
  • Provide your own change for purchases.
  • Provide any bags or necessary materials to wrap your work

AFTCP Vendor Application Form below (application form  might take a second to load or visit Airtable AFTCP22 form)

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