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Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces
Piedmont Art Show
Piedmont Park Arts Festival

Call to Artists

What:  Piedmont Park Arts Festival
Where: Historic Piedmont Park, Midtown Atlanta, 1071 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta GA 30309
When: August 17-18, 2013
*Located in Midtown Atlanta – Piedmont Park is the central park to over 7 million residents Atlantan’s
*Atlanta’s Fine Arts and Fine Craft Summer Festival
*Amenities included: Overnight security, complimentary coffee in the morning, snacks throughout the day all weekend, drive up to spot to unload and load.

The 2013 Piedmont Park Summer Arts & Crafts Festival is a 2-day outdoor event with an emphasis on the visual arts and family fun presented by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces, for people of all ages, races, customs and interests. The midtown community of Piedmont Park is considered to be home to one of the largest and most enthusiastic art buying communities in metro Atlanta. The Piedmont Park Summer Arts and craft festival is “bringing back” the tradition for local artists in Atlanta’s arts community.

Located in one of the most respected public parks in the City of Atlanta, we set out with these goals in mind:
1) Give back to the community through art;
2) Bring the tradition of the Piedmont Park Arts festival to the midtown community;
3) Create a festival for Artists by Artists, encouraging the artist have a voice in the creation and operations of the festival;
4) Create a show unlike any other in the City of Atlanta, bringing together outstanding artists from all over the country plus many from right here in Georgia.
This festival stands out as Atlanta’s Summer Arts Festival, with a long history of success and community involvement, this event was recreated by the Atlanta Foundation several years ago and is in located in the heart of midtown Atlanta. Drawing crowds from nearly 7 million residents in the Atlanta Metro community, Piedmont park is located in a hip urban dining and entertainment district.
Featuring works in all mediums from artist from across the county. This event is quickly become the most attend event of the summer. The show features artists and craftspeople in fine art, fine craft, photography and jewelry. The event includes music and food courts and an area for children to experience the festival’s creative atmosphere.
Winner of several awards from the Southeast Festival and Events Association, all aspects of marketing are covered, through newspapers, magazine, television, radio, social media and blogging, which is directed to these individuals with high disposable income and in interest not only in supporting the arts but, the community as a whole.
Application deadline: July 5, 2013
Jury dates: July 9-10, 2013

Accept invitation & purchase deadline: August 2, 2013


Application fee: $25 ($35 for paper app)
Standard Booth Fee: $250 (Up to 250 total exhibition booths)
Double Booth Fee: $500 (Limited availability)
Booth size: 10′ x 10′ or greater
Corner Upgrade: $75 (limited availability)
Electricity: $50 (limited availability)
Tent rental: $50 (limited availability)


Juried Artist’s Market: features hand-made jewelry, paintings, photography, mixed media, and distinctive crafts
Street Market: features hand-made crafts and unique gifts
Children’s Park: activities especially for younger children including hands-on crafts, make-it/take-it activities
Food Court: an assortment of tasty treats from local restaurants and regional vendors
Music: local acoustic performers

To download an application or find out more information, or Application also available at

This event is hosted by AFFPS and is organized by artists for artists.
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