RECONNECTING OUR COMMUNITY THROUGH A SHARED LOVE OF THE ARTS
We are excited for the 2021 Holiday Art Sale happening again at the Marquette Regional History Center. 2019 was a record year with over 1,000 shoppers and given last year’s hiatus, we anticipate a great year for 2021. We are looking forward to hosting area artists. The History Center is a destination, providing holiday shoppers a beautiful space to shop the juried artist’s sale, visit world class exhibits, an old-fashioned bake sale, MRHC membership drive and other surprises, too. Booth rental fees and the small $2 admission will support the MRHC, a private non-profit 501c3 organization. Thank you for your interest in participating in the Sale!
Application attached to this listing.
–Open to all media such as: painting, photography, fibers, glass, jewelry, metals, wearable art, etc.
–This show is juried by Lake Superior Art Association.
–Artwork for sale must be made by the artist applying.
–The Marquette Regional History Center and the Marquette Arts & Culture Center are not liable for any damage or loss of artwork while in the building.
–Deadline to submit application is September 20, 2021.
To Qualify for Jury Please Submit:
Self-addressed stamped envelope.
Submit six (6) photos/printed copies, or provide digital media with images (disc, jump drive) of artwork that is representative of what the artist will be presenting at the show.
Payment for booth space rental and table rental (if you need a table). Payment is returned if you are not juried into the Sale.
Mail or Drop Off: Marquette Regional History Center, 145 W Spring Street, Marquette, MI 49855
–You must rent a space to reserve a table.
–We cannot guarantee you where your booth will be.
–Your booth space may have an irregular shape due to the shape of the Rydholm Gathering Hall & Dome.
–Electrical outlets are available throughout the MRHC. Please bring the necessary equipment/accessories to safely run electrical cord if needed. The MRHC cannot guarantee an artist direct access to a wall or floor outlet.
–If any work is displayed during the show that is not representative of the work juried in, the artist will be asked to remove the artwork.
–Artists are responsible for collecting the 6% Michigan sales tax and for conducting their own sales.
–Artists will be notified of jury decisions by Monday, September 27, 2021.