Craft/Art Vendor Info
Criteria | Rules | Venues | Applications
Welcome to our craft show. Our shows are juried. We are looking for all who enjoy creating wonderful items with their hands. The requirements are very simple. Just create quality items at least partially involving your hands, and you are welcome to our juried show. So come one and all. Don't be shy ... give us a try.
The main steps to become a vendor at our shows:
1. Submit an application.
2. Your photos will be sent to the jury for review.
3. Once the jury has approved your items, you will be required to pay for the spots you signed up for.
Please read the booth and payment policies for more details.
Product Criteria - Every item available for sale at both shows must have been made or altered by hand by the artisan(s) applying for entry into the show. You're welcome to sell items handmade by immediate family, but you must note this in your application. Using hand-operated tools such as a drill, sewing machine, pliers, etc. is OK. We strive to offer items that are well-made, original, and visually appealing. The standards for the two latter aspects of the criteria vary, depending on how common the item is to a craft show. The only items allowed that are not handmade or hand-altered are photography (by the photographer who is selling it), art prints (by the artist), and literature (being sold by the self-published author or small press).
Racially hateful products are not allowed in our shows.
"Cultural appropriation is a serious issue in modern spirituality, fashion and the arts, as cultural property and belief systems continue to be used without the permission of the originating First Nation culture(s). Cultural appropriation impacts the sovereignty and heritage of First Nations in a negative way, and 30 Craft Market has a policy to assist with correcting this injustice. The use of First Nations symbols, names, motifs and objects in the production of arts and crafts, may be exhibited by First Nations artists and artisans only. Thank you."
If you do not understand this policy, please read Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers. You can purchase it here:
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