Call For Entries - Palm Springs Arts Festival – President’s February 2011

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The deadline for artists to apply for the third Palm Springs Arts festival is fast approaching. To all Fine Artists: take this opportunity to join 175 of your peers in a juried, fine arts event located in Palm Springs at the height of the season.

From the ‘20s into the ‘60s, Palm Springs defined Western chic. We will develop a creative synergy with the current businesses to re-infuse that sense of chic in this era.

Call For Entries – Palm Springs Arts Festival – President’s Weekend – February 18-20, 2011. Join 175 of the finest traditional and contemporary artists from throughout the West, Southwest and World in a juried, fine arts event. Thousands of local residents, Winter-homeowners, occasional tourists and serious international buyers will flock to see the latest from some of the biggest names in art in the West at our venue located in the heart of the Palm Springs and the California Desert Resorts Communities, one of the wealthiest ZIP code clusters in the US.

Here are the facts:

Palm Springs Arts Festival – President’s Weekend
Festival Date: February 18-20, 2011
Where: At the Palm Springs Festival Grounds, Palm Springs, CA

Deadline: Oct 23, 2010    
Notification: Nov 13, 2010
Application Fee: $40
Space Fee: $200 - $500 plus $25 City Vendor Fee
Space sizes: 12x12; 24x12; 24x24
10% sales commission
Jury 4 digital pix of work plus 1 of booth (CD preferred)
175 artists’ spaces
Expected attendance: 11,000 (gated show)
All Fine Arts and Quality Crafts
No buy-sell; no production work - Artist must be present

Contact: Palm Springs Arts Festival
78206 Varner Rd Ste D-114
Palm Desert, CA 92211-4136

Download the Application:, or find us on Zapplication.

About Palm Springs Arts Festival: Palm Springs Arts Festival (PSAF) was started by a group of art enthusiast professionals with event production experience to provide Palm Springs the highest quality arts and entertainment experience. PSAF works with many local businesses and civic organizations to promote Palm Springs and to support both local civic and charitable organizations. Discover more at the festival site,


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