JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Certainly by now most everyone who has spent a summer in Jackson Hole is well acquainted with the Art Association’s Art Fair. It’s the tent city boutique fair that takes over Miller Park twice every summer for weekends in July and August.
Art Fair is a fundraiser for the Art Association that raises money to provide low-cost art education in our community. The quintessential Jackson Hole summer event draws around 10,000 people over the course of two weekends and sees attendance from locals, second-home owners and tourists.
Want to get in on the action? The Art Association is accepting ‘Zapplications’—online submissions of work—now through February 10, 2018 for the 52nd year of the fair. Submit for the July 13-15, 2018 fair or the August 10-12, 2018 fair.
In 2017, a select jury handpicked 150 high-caliber artists for the fairs that experienced 5,000 visitors each weekend. The small, boutique fair attracts an engaged, affluent audience and is supported by a strong group of staff and volunteers. It’s a showcase for your work you need to be involved in.
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