March 21, 2017
March 15, 2017
This looks like fun! They always have cool labels and the wine is pretty good as well!!Read More
March 14, 2017
Hallmark Gold Crown Stores (Visalia, CA)
Do you create, make or build things? Or perhaps know someone who does? We at Amy’s Hallmark Visalia are looking for artist/vendors to sell in our store! We are looking for people who make fun, fantastic things. Its all about celebrating local talent and together we can suprise and delight our community.
We work together to drive your business and ours too! Please see Erica the Store Manager for more deatails! Look forward to hearing form you !
March 06, 2017
Saturday, May 13 • 10 am - 5 am
Sunday, May 14 • 10 am - 4 pm THREE RIVERS MEMORIAL BUILDING
THREE RIVERS, CA
Application Deadline: Wed., April 19, 2017
The Arts Alliance of Three Rivers proudly presents the 43rd Redbud Arts & Crafts Festival! We have been working hard to make the 2017 Redbud Festival bigger and better than ever. The Redbud Arts & Crafts Festival provides artists and crafters with an excellent opportunity to offer their fabulous, fun, inspirational and innovative artistry to our many patrons. We hope you will be a part of this exciting annual event.
The theme of our third art quilt exhibit is “Bloom”. Last year’s quilt show attracted several hundred visitors and we are planning to continue building on this success. Entry forms to exhibit quilts are available on our website: artsalliancethreerivers.org. Please share this information with any quilters you may know.
Our successful raffle to support the Jonnum-Young Scholarship Fund also returns. Vendors are encouraged to donate gifts to this raffle; they are most appreciated. We offer great prizes from local businesses, benefactors and artists and we have built a robust scholarship fund. In 2016, we awarded $5,000 in art scholarships and we are excited to continue this great program for young artists.
Authenticity of the artwork at the Redbud Festival is essential to the quality and spirit of the festival. Vendors are required to submit a photo of their art or craft and a photo of the vendor creating a piece of artwork; we prefer that the files be submitted electronically however printed photos may be mailed along with the application. There is a bonus to this… It provides a treasure trove of photos we can use in our publicity in both print and electronic media. If you have been previously approved as a vendor no photos are required, but you are welcome to submit new photos for publicity.
IMPORTANT VENDOR INFORMATION
Booths inside the auditorium measure approximately 8’ x 8’. Food court spaces on the patio are open air, but covered. Outdoor (parking lot) spaces measure approximately 10’ x 10’. Indoor spaces will be secured at night when the Memorial Building is locked. A security guard will be on duty Saturday night.
Booth rental fees:
Single booth rental: $95 AATR Member Rate: $85 Double booth rental: $180 AATR Member Rate: $170
Electricity is available only for some auditorium booths. No power is available outside. A limited number of 8’ tables are available on a first come first served basis at a donation of $7 per table.
The Redbud Festival will be held rain or shine. Booth rental fees are not refundable.
Booths will be assigned on a first come first served basis. You will receive your booth number for the event in your confirming letter (as well as set up and parking instructions).
Arts and Crafts must be original. All items for sale must be created by the artist or crafter. Your submitted application acts as a certification that the work is original. Vendors who exhibit items that are not of their own creation will not be permitted to participate. Entry fees are non-refundable.
Booths must be occupied at all times throughout the festival. Vendors may not pack up their booths until 4:00 pm on Sunday.
The Arts Alliance of Three Rivers will provide professional security overnight on Saturday, but assumes no responsibility for items left on site.
Vendors who sell any food products must submit a photocopy of a current Tulare County Environmental Health Food Permit with the application for the Festival.
We are looking forward to a successful Redbud Festival. For further information visit our website: www.artsalliancethreerivers.org. Email us at [email protected].
March 06, 2017
Tulare County Artists: REMINDER: “ON & OFF The WALL” Entry Deadline SAT/APRIL 15, 5pm! Central Coast Painters & Sculptors, Please enter up to 3 original works completed AFTER 2013: https://www.sloma.org/ (on R.)
“On & Off the Wall” exhibit offers 6 AWARDS; 70% of sale price goes to artists & is open to CURRENT MEMBERS of San Luis Obispo Museum of Art &/OR Art Center Morro Bay. Art previously shown at SLOMA or Art Center Morro Bay is NOT eligible, please.
“ON & OFF THE WALL” will be at Art Center Morro Bay, June 15-July 30, 2017, sponsored by The Painters Group/TPG & Central Coast Sculptors Group/CCSG, (both affiliates of San Luis Obispo Museum of Art.) #MBAAExhibits
JUROR is Ruta Saliklis, PhD. Curator & Director of Exhibitions at San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, w/extensive background in studio art, art history, museum studies, textiles & design, & major museum exhibitions. Dr. Saliklis will provide excellent expertise to judge “ON & OFF THE WALL’s” compelling painting & sculpture entries, in diverse mediums & styles, from traditional to contemporary.
QUESTIONS: Flo Bartell @ [email protected] OR Carl Berney @ [email protected].
PS/REMEMBER! Entries MUST ARRIVE by Sat/Apr 15, 5pm. It’s NOT a postmark date! https://www.sloma.org/ (on R)
February 06, 2017
TCOE’s Special Services department is looking for a graphic designer.
February 04, 2017
The SOUP is a community-based crowdfunding dinner. Visalia SOUP is modeled after Detroit SOUP, which began as a way to promote community-based development through crowdfunding, creativity, collaboration, democracy, trust and fun. In partnership with other local businesses, the Visalia Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Visalia’s first SOUP on Tuesday, March 14, 2017.Read More
February 04, 2017
Summer Arts 2017 printmaking workshop at Fresno State, “Printmaking and Installation: Out of the Matrix.”
The workshop will consist of a two-week course working with printmakers Dennis McNett, Grafica Mazatl and Kill Joy to create woodcuts and transform them into installations and wearable art. The course will be July 10-23 and registration begins February 1st and the deadline to register will be May 15th.
Visit http://blogs.calstate.edu/summerarts/courses/printmaking-and-installation-out-of-the-matrix/ for class information including how to register, how to apply for scholarships and how to receive college credit. If anyone has any questions regarding the workshop, please email me!Read More