The event will be held on Labor Day Weekend, September 1 & 2. Late fee for applications after August 1, 2018 is $50.00 and booth space location will be at the discretion of the committee.
All work must be the work of the exhibitor. All work must be original, handcrafted, created and exhibited by the approved artist themselves. Kits, imports, and mass produced items will not be tolerated.
Functional and sculptural work using woven or plaited materials.
No machine made work is accepted.
Work in which at least 50% of the image or manipulated source material is computer generated. All work must be signed and numbered.
Work made with pen, pencil, charcoal, pastel or chalk.
Work of primarily fiber including soft sculpture, batik, or painted fabric. All work must be designed constructed by the artist. No commercial, mass produced items permitted.
Work in which the primary material is glass. No manufactured molds or other forms of mass production allowed.
Made from precious and non-precious metals, gem-stones, enamel, glass, clay, fiber, etc. No buy/sell, kit or costume jewelry, or mass produced items. Jewelry may be exhibited ONLY if accepted under the jewelry category.
Decorative work or articles made from leather. All work must be designed and sewn by the artist. No commercial, mass produced items permitted.
Functional, non-sculptural metal work.
2-D Mixed Media
Two dimensional, wall hung artwork using the combination of two or more distinct media in a collage-type manner. This category is not to be used if artwork consists of only one medium even if uniquely framed.
3-D Mixed Media
Original work of three dimensions which incorporates the union of three or more media or physical materials. Use this category ONLY if work cannot be classified under another category.
Painted works made with oils, acrylics or watercolors. Giclee: Reproduction prints must be labeled as such.
Prints from the artist’s original film or digital files.
Prints made by woodcuts, silk-screening, etching and intaglio.
Non-functional, 3-dimensional work of any material.
Turned or carved.
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Activities at the Watoga Art in the Park event are informal, family friendly and open to the public. The main entrance and access to vendor tents and instruction workshop sites are accessible to persons with disabilities. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to attend and special accommodations can be arranged.