When: Sunday, April 14, 10am-4pm
Who is eligible? All NH artists with 5-20 pieces to sell are welcome to sign up. We have room for 30 artists.
How is work chosen? First come, first served. Don't wait. We'll let you know if you're accepted by March 1 and take the form off line once we've reached full capacity. Please remember, this is NOT a juried or curated show. This is a YART SALE.
Pricing Guidelines: Work must be priced at 30-60% off fair market value. 3S reduces commission to 25%, so artists retain 75% of each sale. The public "scores art at great prices". Wins all around.
Is there a cost to submit or participate? No! We appreciate the chance to offer artists and the public this fun day that specifically encourages art sales as opposed to exhibition.
Sales: 3S Staff will handle all sales and submit payment to each artist for 75% of total sales within one week. Artists are welcome to attend sale, (it sometimes helps with sale), but it is not required or necessary. Again, this is not an artisan show or exhibition. This is a YART SALE.
Space and Display: The YART SALE will be held in the 3S Gallery and the 3S Performance Space. Painting/2D work may be hung in gallery, but we do not guarantee hanging. Work will be propped on tables and walls and hung where possible. Work will be separated by artist. Tables for 3D work will be available. Unframed 2D work may be in bins.
Drop-off: Work will be accepted from 10-5 on Thursday, April 11 and 12. Work will be stored in the gallery until the sale. We will not accept work without tags.
Tags: Tags must be provided at drop off. All tags must have Artist Name, Work Title, Medium, Original Price, and Discounted Price. Click here for a tag template you can print and use: https://www.3sarts.org/assets/downloads/YARTSALE-TAG.pdf
Unsold Work: Unsold work must be picked up by 6pm on April 14 (the day of the YART SALE). Artists give 3S permission to dispose of work not picked up by then.
This was a ton of fun the first time! With only one room and fewer artists, we sold over $10,000.00 worth of work in 5 hours. We now have a more established presence in the community, a bustling restaurant that's open for brunch, and an active social network that we'd hope you'd engage with for event promotion. This will be a blast. Join us. (FYI: price points truly varied the first time. Lowest price was 20$ for a piece of ceramics, and highest was $800 for a painting. Most in the $60-$200 realm.)