City of Upper Arlington, Ohio

Artist Prospectus

HOW TO APPLY

  • Artists working in the same studio and using the studio name may request to exhibit in the same booth for one booth fee, with a maximum of three artists. Artists collaborating on the same work need not apply separately. Artists jurying more than one category of work may apply under the same name with a maximum of three mediums.
  • No late applications will be accepted.
  • Do not send space fees prior to jurying.
  • Award winners from previous festival receive their jury exemption code via email.
  • Emerging Artists have a special code for applying; please email arts@uaoh.net to receive yours.
  • Invited artists, wait-listed Artists and Artists whose work is not invited will receive notification via email. We will use the same email you have provided in your zapplication, take care that it is accurate.

Visit www.zapplication.org for more information.

Artists working in the same studio and using the studio name may request to exhibit in the same booth for one booth fee and can apply with up to 3 artists.
No late applications will be accepted.
Do not send space fees prior to jurying.
Accepted artists', wait listed artists' and Artists whose work is not accepted will receive notification in April.

WE DO NOT ACCEPT
All work must be the original, hand-produced work of the artists and representative of the work submitted to the festival jury. Items not accepted include kit work, manufactured items, molded ceramics (unless molds are designed by the artist), dried flower arrangements, live plant material or trees i.e. bonsai, commercial photography, “buy/sell” items or work produced by anyone other than the applying artist.


Booth images are important, both in terms of your presentation as well as your overall work. High quality professional images are important also. Images must be current and accurately reflect the work to be exhibited. Images should not include the name or face of the artist. If they do; you will be required to submit another image.
Include a 100 word artist statement about your process.