The Ohio Art League is proud to announce their partnership with:
Ohio History Connection
Columbus Idea Foundry
Columbus Cultural Arts Center
Art and Artists of Network
This festival is celebrating artists now and local to our great state of Ohio.It will combine an art marketplace, juried exhibition, installations, and demos.
There will also be food, music, and great company while celebrating Ohio artists now!
Notable local artists will be specially recognized and awards will be given for top entries:
- The Artistic Accomplishments in Ohio Award
- Juror's Choice Awards
- People's Choice Award in Best Art in Exhibition
- People's Choice Award in Best Booth Setup
September 27, 2014 from 10am-5pm
Applications for Submissions Closed
The juried exhibition will take place in the Ohio Village's pharmacy, funeral parlor and school house, bank and female seminary. Our jurors of esteem will be Barb Vogel and Kojo Kamau.
There will be walk through tour on May 4th at the Ohio Village if you wish to see the spaces in person.
Prizes will be awarded for top entires by the jurors, as well as a People's Choice.
Join us for an award ceremony that will take place on September 26th from 6:30-9pm at the Ohio Historical Society to celebrate Barb Vogel and Kojo Kamau, elders in the community, and to recognize the primary jurors choice award winner.
If you are interested in doing a demo during the festival Registration Closed
Registration for Vendor Booths Closed
Market Booth Spaces $60 for OAL members | $65 for non-members
Spaces are 10x10 ft. Tents and tables are not provided; artists and vendors are responsible for bringing whatever they need for their areas. Because the festival will take place during daylight hours, there will be extremely limited electricity reserved for demonstration vendors.
Informational Spaces (without sales)
Complimentary for arts organizations
Limited indoor spaces for informational booths are available. Art organizations must reserve a space in advance by contacting OAL.
The Ohio Made logo will be installed by the Art & Artists, Walter Herrmann and artists of Sunapple Studios on the Ohio History Connection's premise.