The Sugar Creek Arts Festival is a juried show of fine art and fine craft featuring one hundred and Thirty exhibitors from across the nation in a variety of disciplines. This outdoor festival is October 9 & 10 in Uptown Normal, Illinois. Sugar Creek will once again be held on the beautiful streets of uptown Normal. The venue has ample parking for both artists and patrons, and with 20,000 visitors the festival has great public recognition.
If the state is not moved to Phase Five for the Covid19 virus, and we are all expecting to have achieved this, the festival may be canceled.
Application Deadline: May 31st, 2021
Date of Notification: June 30th, 2021
Event Dates: October 9 & 10
Sugar Creek Arts Festival is presented by the McLean County Arts Center, one of the oldest community arts organizations in the Midwest.
Categories: Ceramics, Fiber, Glass, Graphics, Jewelry, Photography, Painting, Sculpture, Wood, Other
Please submit digital images of three representative works in .jpg format. These, along with the completed application and $25 application fee are due to the McLean County Arts Center by May 31st, 2021. Professional artists external to the MCAC serve as paid jurors.
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Applications will not be reviewed without confirmation of application fee payment. The application fee of $25 can be made through our secure website at www.mcac.org, over the phone by calling (309) 829-0011, (309) 826-8152, in person at the MCAC (when we again open to the public), or by sending a check to us at 601 N. East St Bloomington, IL 61701.
All fine art and fine craft will be accepted for jury. The artwork presented must be original and created by the exhibiting artist. All artwork must be for sale. No more than 50% of a booth may be composed of giclee prints or other items of this type. Castings from commercial molds, kit items, buy/sell items, unlimited series and/or mass editions will not be permitted. The MCAC reserves the right to exclude any work it deems unsuitable for display, or which was misrepresented in the application.
Artists exhibiting Buy/Sell Items will be removed from the festival and applications and booth fees will not be refunded.
If the state is not moved to Phase Five for the Covid19 virus, and we are all expecting to have achieved this, the festival may be canceled. We will make this call on October 1, 2021.
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