Amdur Productions, a nationally acclaimed art festival production company, proudly announces its annual call to artist for its 2014 festival season. For over 30 years, Amdur Productions has organized many of the Midwest’s most respected and popular juried art festivals including the Gold Coast Art Fair and the Port Clinton Art Festival. In addition to its 16 Chicagoland festivals, Amdur Productions produces shows annually in New Buffalo, Michigan; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Hallandale Beach, Florida.
“The success of our shows is based on the quality of artists who participate in each of them,” says Amy Amdur, President and Founder of her namesake firm. “We are always happy to see artists apply year after year and welcome those who apply for the first time.”
Once again, Amdur Productions is offering artists the opportunity to apply online for the summer’s exciting line-up of festivals. Artists can visit www.amdurproductions.com and click “APPLY NOW,” then follow the prompts to submit their work electronically. Artists should submit four images of their work and one photo of their booth. All applications must be received by midnight on January 10, 2014 for consideration in this season’s extraordinary line up. Late applications will be accepted through January 17, 2014 for an additional processing fee. After jury review, artists will be notified of their status online February 14, 2014.
Artists may apply to participate in any or all of the weekend art festivals, including the Barrington Art Festival.
Barrington Art Festival: Barrington, Illinois C May 24 C May 25, 2014
125 Artists │Booth Fee: $405│Jury Fee: $25
Amdur Productions proudly kicks off the summer festival season with the fifth annual Barrington Art Festival over Memorial Day weekend. Known for its grand mansions and horse farms, the affluent and vibrant Chicago suburb of Barrington boasts a wealthy population with a deep appreciation and buying history of art. Located 35 miles northwest of Chicago, the Village of Barrington is the commercial center of a cluster of affluent communities that stretches across two major counties. The Festival takes place in the charming downtown of Barrington, filled with cozy cafés, unique boutiques and popular restaurants.