Artists must be present with their work for the entire three days of Georgetown Art in the Square. Representatives may not attend in place of the artist. Photo identification is required at check-in to ensure compliance. Accepted artists may not exhibit in other Festivals during the dates of Georgetown Art in the Square. Artists who break down displays or depart before closing time on any day of the Festival will not be allowed to return the following day or to future shows unless proof of an emergency is presented. Artists who sell their entire body of work must remain with their booths for the duration of the show.
All work must be original, handcrafted work. Artist guarantees the accuracy of the description of the works presented and the authenticity of the work as the creation of their own hands. It is the artist's responsibility to identify the category for which they would like to be juried. Please choose the category which best describes your work. If you do not choose a category (medium) your application will not be processed. Artists may only show work in categories and body of work selected by the Jury.
All work exhibited must be of the quality, category and body of work of that shown in the images juried. Work done by a production studio is not acceptable. All work must be designed and executed by the accepted artist. Your exhibited art must be original and your own creation. No use of commercial kits or molds. No more than two artists may collaborate on work. Both must be included on and sign the application. Exhibiting artist are required to display an artist's statement and their booth number sign (distributed at check-in) in a prominent place within their booths. 33% of all 2-Dimensional work displayed must be original. Artists must define reproduction or limited edition throughout their artist's statement and disclose this information on the individual piece.
T-shirts, postcards, note cards, mouse pads or other personal promotional items are not permitted.
All Artists are responsible for collecting and paying State of Texas sales tax. No commission on sales will be paid to Lynette Wallace Productions. All artist tent structures must be white. Staking of tents is not allowed. Weights and Water Barrels only. Any breach of the rules forfeits all rights of the artist, and will result in immediate removal from the show without a refund.
For the payment of fees, checks, money orders, Visa, and MasterCard are accepted. Returned checks and credit cards for insufficient funds will be charged a $30 fee, after which only money orders or cashier checks will be accepted. Deadline for payment of booth fees is
August 15, 2012. If payment has not been received by that date you have forfeited your space and right to show and sell your work.
Cancellations. The deadline for cancellation for full refund of the booth fee is
September 10, 2012. No refunds will be made for cancellations after that date except for medical emergencies with a written doctor's statement.
Booth assignments are at the sole discretion of Lynette Wallace Productions and are not interchangeable or transferable. Booth assignments are made to create an appealing mix of media. Booths are assigned by jury score and media.