White Fish Bay Wisconsin Art

Award-winning arts festival and production company Amdur Productions has announced a brand new arts festival in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, this summer. We are proud to announce the first White Fish Bay Art Festival on July 13th and 14th. The award-winning arts festival and production company Am Dur are announcing their first ever event in the state of Wisconsin, and it will be the first White Bay Arts Festival.

The festival will be hosted by Merchants of Whitefish Bay on July 13 and 14 and will feature its first ever live performance by Amdur Productions. The festival takes place at Merchant's Market in White Fish Bay on the city's waterfront, where the festival and other local businesses are held.

Original artworks are available at the artist's booth, which stretches across the beautiful tree, lined with a variety of popular cafes, boutiques and salons. Original artworks are on display at artist stalls on a beautiful tree-lined intersection, home to countless popular cafes, boutiques and salons, as well as a host of other local shops and restaurants. Original artworks will be available on July 13 and 14 at an artists "stand that stretches across a beautiful tree-lined intersection that is home to a variety of shops, bakeries, restaurants and cafes. Originally, the original artworks were available in recent years in the artist's stalls that stretched across this beautiful tree-lined intersection to the popular café, boutique and salon, along with many other popular shops.

Curators may view the artworks in person before their final selection, or request a studio visit in the first week of the year. The artist will be present at the artist's booth and will give chats and demonstrations to give art lovers an insight into the creative process of the White Fish Bay Wisconsin Art Festival. The results of the artists' selection will be announced on May 14, 2019, and the results of this year's White Fish Bay Wisconsin Art Festival on July 13 and 14. Each artist is available from 10 am to 5 pm and offers art lovers a stand chat and performances, as well as a live performance by a local band and a special performance by an artist in the gallery on the evening of July 12, 2018. Both artists will be available on Saturday, July 14, and Sunday, June 30, 2017, at an "artists booth" in front of Whitefish Bay Brewing Company to give stand chats and demos for art lovers. Both artists will also be available for a full day of gallery exhibitions at an artist's stand on Thursday, 2 August 2016, from 11: 00 noon to 4: 00 pm and on Friday, 3 August 2015.

Once the jury process is complete, artists will receive an email from Juried Art Services asking them to log into their JAS account to check the status of their application.

If the stand fee is not received by the deadline, the artist loses his participation in the festival. Artists who close their stand before the end of the exhibition without permission may not return the next day or in the years to come. Once the jury fee has been paid in full, all applications will be processed and forwarded to a jury.

It is the exclusive right of the Festival Committee to remove works that do not comply with the Festival's rules. All works of art presented to the jury, exhibited at the festival or offered for sale, are designed, created, produced or produced by the renowned artist. Works of art must be clearly and individually labelled and signed and numbered on the front of each piece in a limited edition. All mechanical techniques, including giclea prints, must be signed or numbered under $500, and all art replicas of any mechanical technique, mechanical or not, that have not been individually signed, numbered and / or marked as limited editions.

All submissions from Juried Art Services must include a statement by the artist describing the techniques, materials and processes used in the creation of the entire work. Send us 250 words or less that describe your background, approach to art production and ambitions for your work.

You can submit an image with details that are not larger than 5 jpg, but you may only submit images that show details in a limited number of ways (e.g. on a sheet of paper, in print or in digital format). The artist has confirmed that the submitted jury picture is the current original work of the artist or represents a category of art that will be shown at the festival. The artist creates signed photographs by taking his own negative or digital file, which is taken and edited by an artist under their direct supervision. The artist creates a signed and numbered plate, stone or canvas from a combination of original negatives, digital files and / or digital images.

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