Arts Festival Oklahoma
LABOR DAY WEEKEND
Saturday, August 30
Arts Festival Oklahoma invites Artists and Food Concessionaires to apply to be one of 125 exhibitors and 16 food concessionaires at the 36th Annual Arts Festival Oklahoma, Labor Day Weekend August 30 - September 1, 2014.
For a VISUAL ARTISTS prospectus and to apply (May 9, 2014 deadline).
For a FOOD CONCESSIONAIRE
proposal/application - DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 30. Priority to proposals arriving after May 2 will be assigned based on date of receipt.
Begun in 1978, AFO is a favorite Labor Day event in Oklahoma and one of the top juried fine art and craft shows in the Southwest. Over 25,000 patrons attend AFO every Labor Day Weekend to view and purchase original artwork by regional artists, experience community performing arts groups, and sample a diverse selection of foods from up to 14 different food concessionaires.
Arts Festival Oklahoma is a juried show that showcases original work for sale to fit every budget, from student to collector. Most artists staff their own booths, and welcome the opportunity to talk with you about their work.
With free admission, a site located in South Oklahoma City, and the active involvement of numerous community organizations and over 500 volunteers, AFO is truly a community event that provides great access to the arts while it highlights its community's assets.
Featuring over 125 of of the best visual artists in the Southwest, around the clock entertainment, a Children's Creative Center, and a free outdoor concert by the Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra, AFO provides a rich and meaningful arts experience for its patrons.
This year will mark the 36th anniversary of Arts Festival Oklahoma (AFO), produced by Oklahoma City Community College.
NO PETS, ALCOHOL, GLASS CONTAINERS OR
UNAUTHORIZED SOLICITATION IS ALLOWED
PARKING WILL BE $5; ADMISSION IS FREE
No solicitation or display or distribution of literature except in compliance with OCCC Policies 3010 and 5005, copies of which are available at www.occc.edu/policy/pdf/3010.pdf and www.occc.edu/policy/pdf/5005.pdf.