O'so Brewing Company and Artist & Fare ▪ PLOVER ▪ Sunday, April 7, 2024 ▪ 10am-4pm
I have thoroughly reviewed the Stevens Point Area Festival of the Arts application.
I understand, accept, and will abide by the rules and regulations of participation, standards, and policies set forth in the application and by the Festival of the Arts Council. By submitting your application to the Stevens Point Festival of the Arts you agree to the jury requirements, rules and regulations, exhibit policies, booth requirements, and the legal agreement. The FoA reserves the right to determine if artists have violated any of the festival’s policies or requirements. Artists will either be asked to remedy the situation or asked to leave the festival.
I hereby release and forever discharge the Stevens Point Festival of the Arts, the FoA Council, FoA volunteers, Artist & Fare, O'so Brewery and their staff, and all sponsoring organizations from any responsibility, personal liability, claims, loss or damage arising out of or in conjunction with my application to the Stevens Point Festival of the Arts.
I understand that I store and sell my art at my own risk, without exception or limitation.
I understand that the FoA does not carry insurance to cover my personal property and agree that as an independent contractor, I will obtain my own insurance.
Upon acceptance of invitation to exhibit at the Stevens Point Festival of the Arts, I agree to allow the FoA Council the use of my jury images and photographs to be taken during the Festival for promotional use.
All artwork must be original and produced by the exhibiting artist or collaborative artists. The FoA maintains high standards of quality in fine art and fine crafts.
Multiple Applications: Artists may only exhibit in the media for which they have been accepted. A separate application is required for each medium. Artists can submit up to two applications. Only artists accepted in the jewelry category may exhibit jewelry.
Collaborating Artists: If two artists have collaborated in the joint creation and production of the art displayed, they may together show their work in the booth and will be listed jointly in the program, website, and social media.
$30 Jury Fee. A non-refundable credit card or PayPal purchase, payable through ZAPPlication, must be made with each application. Checks will not be accepted. A booth fee is NOT required at the time of application
Statement: A brief statement of 500 words or less describing the artist’s creative process, materials, and techniques is required in application.
Acceptable Media Categories: 2-D Mixed Media, 3-D Mixed Media, Ceramics, Digital Art, Drawing/Pastels, Fiber, Leather, Glass, Jewelry, Metal, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Stone, and Wood
Works that incorporate more than one type of physical material in their production. Two-dimensional mixed media should include more than one of the following: paint, pencil, watercolor, photography, printmaking or drawing, fabric or other found objects, and collages.
Works that incorporate more than one type of physical material in their production. Three-dimensional mixed media should include more than one of the following: clay work, fiber, glass, metal, wood or any other 3-D objects.
Original, hand-crafted clay and porcelain. No machine-made or mass-produced work is permitted. If multiple pieces of the same design are displayed each piece must be signed. Work should be primarily aesthetic; functionality is secondary.
Includes any original work in which the original image was crafted and manipulated by the artist using the computer. Work must be in editions, signed and numbered, on archival paper. Artwork created using a camera and then subsequently manipulated utilizing computer technology should be entered in the photography category.
Works created using dry media including chalk, charcoal, pastels, pencil, scratchboard, wax crayon or from the fluid medium of inks and washes applied by pen or brush.
Artwork crafted from fibers, including embroidery, weaving, tapestry, and papermaking.
Glassworks that are functional or decorative by design and are kiln-formed or have been crafted by glass blowing, molding or casting. Works may be etched or engraved. No forms of mass production are permitted. Work must be made primarily by the hands of the applying artist.
All jewelry, whether produced from metal, glass, clay, fiber, paper, plastic or other materials. No commercial casts, molds or production studio work is allowed. Work must be primarily hand-fabricated by the artist.
Leather that is decorated, painted, or stained and turned into an art object. Metal: Includes all non-jewelry work crafted from metals. No production studio work is allowed.
Original compositions on a flat surface created by the artist’s hand using oils, acrylics, encaustic, gouache, or watercolor.
Limited-edition digital or film photographic prints made from the artist’s original image and processed by that artist digitally or using wet techniques, or under his or her direct supervision. Work must be printed on archival-quality paper and be properly signed and numbered as a limited edition.
Printed works for which the artist hand-manipulated the plates, stones or screens. Prints must be signed and numbered as a limited edition.
Artists sculpting clay, metal, wood or stone should apply in that medium unless the work incorporates mixed materials (in which case it is 3D-Mixed Media) or media not included separately here. This category is only for work that does not fit into any other category.
Original work in stone that is shaped by the artist, whether hand-tooled or machine worked.
Original work in wood that is hand-tooled or machine worked by the artist.