All work must be original productions of the exhibiting artist. No commercial reproductions, kits or mass produced articles are to be displayed. You will be asked to remove any items which appear not to be originals created by you.
The following items are not accepted: crocheting, knitting, toys, dolls, stuffed animals, picture frames, velvet paintings, kites, windsocks, live plants, decoupage, magnets, shell craft, kaleidoscopes or instruments. Pre-cast pottery, ceramics from commercial molds, and anything made from kits or using components are not acceptable in the Art section of the show.
Exhibit spaces are approximately 10’ x 10’. Spaces may not be shared, exchanged or sold. The exhibitor is responsible for the complete set-up and tear-down of his/her exhibit.
Friday set-up hours will be available and announced in an acceptance letter.
All spaces are to be neat and orderly (boxes must be stored out of sight). Some spaces are in full sun, so please be prepared. Electricity cannot be provided. There will be no vehicles permitted in festival area during festival hours. All vehicles must be removed 30 minutes before the start of each day.
Double spaces are available. Additional spaces require a full space fee and must be reserved at time of registration.
If your application is accepted, it will be a commitment to show and remain for the entire event. Exhibitors who leave before the closing of the event will not be permitted to enter in future shows. Booth sitters will be available for 15-minute intervals between 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
No refunds will be given unless prior notification is received 60 days before the show, no matter the sign-up date. Refunds will be at the Chamber's discretion.
There are no refunds due to inclement weather.
Each artist is responsible for collecting Florida State Sales Tax of 6% and remit collected sales tax.