Thursday, July 1, 2010

NEW Upcoming Local Opportunities: July-September Deadlines

Midwest National Abstract Art Exhibition Accepts Applications

Exhibition Dates: October 2nd until Nov. 14.

Opening reception: October 2nd from 6-8 PM at the Garfield Arts Center
Deadline for entry: July 16. 
Artists can download a prospectus on the Southside Art League's Web site at  

Second Annual Cumberland Arts Seeks Artists and Exhibitors

Dates: August 21, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. This art, craft and music festival will be held in conjunction with the Town of Cumberland Farmers Market.   The Festival vendor/exhibition booths will line Saturn Street on the path between Cumberland Town Hall and Cumberland First Baptist Church.   The location is on the border of Marion and Hancock Counties, 4 miles east of I-465 off of Washington (U.S. 40).  Free event admission and parking.

Artists of all media are invited to register for a booth.  Please contact Danielle Hartman or 317-507-9828 for information.  Additional information and artist booth registration forms can be found at

Do It Again Art Market 2010 Seeks Artists for Exhibition

Date: November 13, 2010 at Zionsville Town Hall; 1100 West Oak Street, Zionsville, IN  46077
Deadline: September 11, 2010
Eligibility: Artists 18 years of age and older who exhibit art and crafts made from pre-consumer or post-consumer goods are eligible to apply.

Accepted artists must be present to exhibit their work during all hours of the fair, unless prior arrangements are made with the Market Committee.  Cash and Purchase Awards will be given during the Market.  Judges for the event are selected art professionals.  All exhibit spaces measure 6' x 8' and includes one table measuring 30" x 48" and one chair.  All other display equipment will be provided by the artist.

Registration fee is $50 and includes one 6' x 8' booth space with one 30" x 48"table and 1 chair. To register e-mail an artist resume with current contact information and bio, written description and three digital images of work to

Artists retain all proceeds from sales.  Artists are responsible for collecting and filing Indiana 7% sales tax. 

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