2018 Artisan Market Application
The Marietta Square Artisan Market is an open-air showcase of locally-created fine art and premium hand-crafted goods. It is held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month from 9 am until 2 pm, April through November. Enjoy the paintings, drawings, and photography of fine artists settled alongside skilled craftspeople who feature an eclectic roster of distinctive goods including fire pits, cutting boards, terraria, pens, fine jewelry, home decor and more. Located on Mill Street adjacent to Glover Park, this art ecosystem connects local fine artists and artisans with the community adding culture and charm to the Historic Marietta Square experience.
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Please make your best effort to look at your calendar carefully for conflicts. If you need to change your date preferences, please email StephanieCoston07@gmail.com as soon as possible.
All vendors must be apply and be accepted by the juror committee in order to participate in this event. All pieces must be hand-crafted by the artist. Resale of wholesale (buy/sell) items is not permitted. Acceptance is based on the overall quality of products and materials used, booth appearance, and uniqueness of product. Acceptance to one market does not guarantee acceptance to every market.

We cannot accept bath and body products including soaps, candles, lotions, essential oils, etc. Food items are also prohibited. Vendors interested in selling these items should contact The Marietta Square Farmers Market.

Upon acceptance into the market, you will be provided with details regarding market procedures. If you change or add products, you must have them approved prior to selling it at the market. No more than two artists may share a booth space. Each artist must apply and obtain acceptance separately. Artists will be offered a booth space for each individual market ten days prior to the event via email. Artists must RSVP using PayPal to confirm their space within seven days. Payments are non-refundable. Booth assignments and market procedures will be emailed the Thursday prior to the market.

April 8th: Market
Artist Invite Emailed: March 29
RSVP Fee Due: April 4
Set-Up/ Assignments Emailed: April 6

- $40 per market
- $25 per market Students and Military (with Valid I.D.)

30 days prior to first market you wish to attend. Participants only need to apply once per year.

Booth spaces are 10 ft x 10 ft. Artists will be assigned booth spaces for each market upon acceptance and will be notified via email of their booth space via email. Set-up is from 7-8:00am. Depending on the number of artists, set-up times may be assigned. If this is the case, artists will be notified of their set-up time via email. No cars are allowed in Market area after 7:50am and all existing cars must be moved by 8:00am to all for center row to set up. Artists must stay for the ENTIRE market. Early take-down may result in ineligibility for future markets. Artists may begin taking down at 2pm and must be out of the market no later than 3pm.

Artists are responsible for providing their own displays. Equipment may include tables, chairs, tents, and any other display necessities. Artists are also responsible for the set up and take down of displays and clean-up of booth space at the conclusion of the market. Financial transaction methods are the responsibility of the artist.

Upon arriving at the market, artists should locate assigned booth space, park close to the curb and unload items to the side. Once items are unloaded (prior to setting up), move vehicle to Root House parking lot. Once your vehicle has been cleared from market area, you may set-up. At the conclusion of the market, artists need to first tear down and pack up items, then retrieve vehicle for loading. Failure to follow these procedures creates congestion, confusion, and frustration among artists. Artists in the center aisle are last to set-up and first to bring vehicles in to pack up.

1. Display a wide price range of items. Feature a variety of price-points, maximizing your profits.
2. Engage in social media in order to attract more visitors. Facebook and Twitter are great forums. Connect with us at www.facebook.com/MariettaSquareArtisanMarket
3. Create an attractive display. Eye-catching signage, tables, and tents draw an increased number of visitors to artists’ booths.
4. Be courteous to other artists. Music is prohibited. Smoking is prohibited in the market area.
5. Ensure your display items are secure and structurally sound. You must have weighted tent legs. Be prepared for all types of weather; this event is rain or shine. In the event of wind or other unforeseen events, this will protect your works as well at those of other artists.

Please read all of the above and complete this form. Once complete, email Stephanie Coston at stephaniecoston07@gmail.com with the following:

1. 1 photo of your setup and 3-5 photos of your product(s). Please name all jps with LastName.TitleofWork.jpg

2. Photo of military or student identification card (if applicable).

3. Please include in the email subject line "{LAST NAME, FIRST NAME} Artists Market Application"

The artist shall be solely responsible for any and all injuries to persons or damages of property or any other injury, claim, damage or loss of whatever nature, arising directly or indirectly from The Historic Marietta Square Branding Project. Exhibitor shall indemnify, save and hold harmless The Historic Marietta Square Branding Project, the City of Marietta, the show coordinator and its employees, agents and volunteers from and against all liability, loss, damages, claims, cost and expenses (including attorney fees) arising out of injury to person or damages to property of any other injury, claim, damage, loss, cost or expense arising from the Historic Marietta Square Branding Project. All submission materials, as well as photographs taken before, during, or after the markets are property of the Historic Marietta Square Branding Project 501c6. A signed application constitutes a contract to follow all rules and regulations and is a commitment to participate personally if accepted. Violations of rules/regulations prior to, during or at the end of the show will result in loss of artist space without refund, and the artist will not be permitted to participate in future Artists Markets. Your signature below certifies that you understand and accept all rules and regulations stated throughout this application package.
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