The White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival welcomes artists from near and far, from all artistic disciplines for an annual high-quality juried fine arts and crafts show. The proceeds from the Festival are returned to the community as college scholarships for selected White Plains High School graduating seniors, who will pursue college education in the fine arts.
Please carefully read the following application requirements.
Festival 914PopUps, LLC will coordinate and manage the arts festival in collaboration with WPOAF. All initial contacts and inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
WPOAF and 914PopUps seeks artists who create and sell high-quality, originally-crafted work. The work presented for sale must be the artist’s own work. Wearable Art and Crafts must be the artist’s original design and individually made. NO RESALE OR BUY-SELL ITEMS ARE PERMITTED. The committee reserves the right to exclude from future shows any exhibitors whose work does not meet the criteria and/or was not as represented in the images submitted.
Upon confirmation from 914PopUps, complete the application on this page. Artists who are new to WPOAF should submit three (3) images of work and one (1) of booth displaying a full range of artist’s current artwork. Images must be of recent work to be exhibited and sold. Applications must be submitted by March 1st. All payments must be received by April 1st to secure a spot. Application may be made online with payment by PayPal.*
The fee for a single 10’x 10′ booth space is $350; the fee for a double booth space is $500
WPOAF and 914PopUps have a no cancellation policy. In the event an exception is made to the policy, a $75 application fee will be retained by WPOAF.
Proof of $1,000,000 general liability insurance ($2,000,000 general aggregate) is required, certificates naming White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival, Inc., The City of White Plains, and 914PopUps LLC as additional insureds must be provided.
Each artist will be assigned a booth space that is on grass and 10’ x 10’ with a minimum of 1’ on each side and at the back. Every effort will be made to assign the same space to returning artists unless a change is requested. The WPOAF committee will assign all spaces according to category, layout, and traffic flow.
Artwork displayed at the show, must be representative of the work submitted with the application.
Artists are responsible for his/her own tent, including set up, display, weights for safety, and break down of their display. Be prepared for all types of weather conditions: hot or cold, rain or shine and wind. Dismantling of displays may only begin at 5:30 p.m. unless weather is deemed unsafe by the WPOAF Committee.