Information for Sugar Creek Festival Artists
Saturday, July 9, 10 am - 5 pm
(The public starts showing up around 9am)
Sunday, July 10, 11 am - 4 pm.
The exhibiting artist must be present both days.
ARTIST SET UP:
Only one check-in station is available Friday evening.
It is located at the corner of North St. and Broadway. For those artists with booth spaces on North Street and the Roundabout, set-up is available Friday evening. Staff will be present from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.
Only one check-in station is available Saturday morning.
Artists on Beaufort St. may check-in beginning Saturday Morning at 5:00am. This check-in station is located at the far east end of Beauford St., at the intersection with Linden Ave.
Vehicles must enter this street southbound only. Saturday check-in time ends at 9:00 am. All booth areas are marked and numbered. Vehicles must be unloaded and out of the area by 9 am. No box or panel trucks are permitted on the festival streets.
ARTISTS MUST CHECK IN BEFORE SETTING UP.
Booth Fees (Contingent on Festival Section)
Beauford St. (Standard): $175
Beauford St. (Premium): $225
North Ave. (Standard): $225
North Ave (Premium): $275
Roundabout (Standard): $275
Coffee and doughnuts are available to artists on Saturday morning. An artists' party is planned for Saturday night, complete with food and beverages. Booth-sitters will be available and cold water will be delivered to booths throughout the day. We will be providing reusable water bottles at check in.
*All fine art and fine craft will be accepted for jurying. The artwork presented must be original and created by the exhibiting artist. However, we do allow giclee prints, provided that at least 50% of the artwork displayed is original. All work must be for sale. Castings from commercial molds, kit items, buy/sell items, offset reproductions, unlimited series and/or mass editions are prohibited.
*Digital images submitted for MUST REPRESENT THE WORK THAT WILL BE EXHIBITED. MCAC reserves the right to exclude any work it deems unsuitable for display, or which was misrepresented by the application materials.