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VENDOR APPLICATION FOR HIDDENITE CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS 2023:
Saturday, September 23, 2023
9 am until 4 pm
Hiddenite Church Road in Alexander County
Admission is free!
To learn more about the festival or to inquire about becoming a Celebration vendor, demonstrator, or performer, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebration features shopping for fine arts and handmade products, living history demonstrations by skilled craftspeople, four live performance stages with music, dance, and storytelling, an interactive Art in Action area, and so much more!
The Center’s Historic James Paul Lucas Mansion museum, art gallery, permanent collections, and the Alexander County Visitor Center (housed within the Lucas Mansion) will be open for visitors throughout the day. Self-guided museum tours will be available. All other Lucas Mansion exhibits are free and open to the public.
The festival will include fun activities for children of all ages.. Numerous food vendors will be on hand to provide a diverse selection of festival food favorites. Spend the day with us and experience unique ways to celebrate the arts!
The Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center is currently seeking fine arts and crafts vendors and commercial vendors to participate in the festival. Vendor spaces are available for arts, crafts, commercial items, and food sales. Public information booths are also available for non-profit organizations, businesses, and individuals.
First time artists and crafts vendors applying to show at Celebration are required to submit a minimum of three photos or slides representative of the work that they plan to offer for sale.
To request a vendor application by mail, call the Center at (828) 632-6966 , or email the Center at email@example.com
Hiddenite Arts and Heritage Center Celebration of the Arts events are made possible in part through the generous funding of Alexander County government, the Eileen and R. Y. Sharpe Family Foundation, The Sharpe Chair of Fine & Applied Arts at Appalachian State University, The Winston Salem Foundation, Taylorsville Rotary and by the Grassroots Grant of the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources, as well as South Arts: In These Mountains.