Call for Artists

Call for Artists

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Renaissance Craftables, partnering with downtown areas on fine craft & art festivals, seeks new artists! Apply to be featured in the following festivals — Applications available at www.rencrafts.com:

Downtown Glenside Arts Festival
Show Dates/Times – April 22, 2017 11 AM to 5 PM, rain or shine
Location – Downtown Glenside, PA
Application due date: March 1, 2017
Notification: March 15, 2017
Artist fees: $15 App/Jury Fee, $100 Booth Fee (10’x10′), $25 Corner Premium, $25 Late Fee (after March 1)

Italian Market Festival
Show Dates/Times –  May 20 & 21, 2017, 11 AM to 6 PM, rain or shine
Location:  Italian Market Area
Application due date: March 1, 2017
Notification: March 15, 2017
Artist fees: $15 App/Jury Fee, $210 Booth Fee (10’x10′), $25 Corner Premium

Haddonfield Crafts & Fine Arts Festival
Show Dates/Times: July 8 & 9, 2017. Saturday, 11 AM to 7, Sunday 12 Noon to 5 PM, rain or shine
Location: Haddonfield Business District (Kings Highway & Tanner Sts)
Application due date: March 20, 2017
Notification: April 24, 2017
Artist fees: $20 App/Jury Fee, $325 Booth Fee (10’x10′), $50 Corner Premium

Haddonfield Fall Festival
Show dates: October 14, 2017 (rain date: Oct. 15, 2017)
Show day and times: Saturday, 10 AM to 5 PM
Location: Haddonfield Business District (Kings Highway & Tanner Sts)
Application due date: July 15, 2017
Notification: August 1, 2017
Artist fees: $15 App/Jury Fee, $140 Booth Fee (10’x10′), $25 Corner Premium

Contact info@rencrafts.com with questions.

Andrea Snyder

Andrea Snyder, BFA, cum laude Tyler School of Art, MFA program NYU with additional studies at Wharton, University of the…

Andrea Snyder, BFA, cum laude Tyler School of Art, MFA program NYU with additional studies at Wharton, University of the Arts, and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, is a prize-winning printmaking & mixed…

Andrea Snyder, BFA, cum laude Tyler School of Art, MFA program NYU with additional studies at Wharton, University of the Arts, and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, is a prize-winning printmaking & mixed media artist who…

Tyler Kline

Tyler Kline's work documents the arrival of the Chthulucene epoch: post-Anthropocene, tentacular, multi-optic, and multi-specied.…

Tyler Kline's work documents the arrival of the Chthulucene epoch: post-Anthropocene, tentacular, multi-optic, and multi-specied.…

Tyler Kline's work documents the arrival of the Chthulucene epoch: post-Anthropocene, tentacular, multi-optic, and multi-specied.…

Emily Brett Lukens

Emily uses short staccato marks to create tension and texture, evoking the surfaces and organic forms found in nature manipulating…

Emily uses short staccato marks to create tension and texture, evoking the surfaces and organic forms found in nature manipulating the medium to create images. …

Emily uses short staccato marks to create tension and texture, evoking the surfaces and organic forms found in nature manipulating the medium to create images. …

Daniel Dallmann

My life and my perceptions are the subjective drivers for the pictures I make. Making a painting is, for me, an exploratory…

My life and my perceptions are the subjective drivers for the pictures I make. Making a painting is, for me, an exploratory process toward understanding, not an expository declaration of a position already…

My life and my perceptions are the subjective drivers for the pictures I make. Making a painting is, for me, an exploratory process toward understanding, not an expository declaration of a position already held.…

Adam Erlbaum

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains…

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains a constant during these changes of place. His internal explorations continually…

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains a constant during these changes of place. His internal explorations continually led back to abstract…

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