46th Annual American Artisan Festival
June 19-21, 2020
Friday 12-8pm | Saturday 10am-7pm | Sunday 10am-5pm
*Friday evening party for Artists and families
*Free artist parking close to the event
*Complimentary breakfast bagels and coffee each morning
*24-hour police security during the fair
*Volunteer booth sitting during show hours
*Affordable Hotel Rooms
*Full-scale marketing and press campaign including print, online, radio and television media outlets as well as select direct media opportunities (if interested in participating let us know!)
*Jury Fee: $40
*Booth Fee: $495 10'x10' | $675 15'x15' | $900 10'x20'
Apply now for an incredible exhibition opportunity for the 46th annual American Artisan Festival.
In addition to presenting the best in contemporary American handcrafts and fine art, fair goers also enjoy live music by some of Nashville's most talented musicians, free children's art booths for kids of all ages, and more than fifteen artisanal food and drink vendors including beer, wine and craft cocktails. The estimated revenue from this show according to previous artist reports is well over $1MM and is known by locals as the best high-end art fair. This year we've added an Award of Excellence for $1000 as well as the 'Nancy Award' or a People's Choice Award of $500, which will be determined through an online voting process.
The American Artisan Festival has had a long and successful history in Nashville since 1971. Founded by Nancy Saturn, a retailer and pioneer in the contemporary craft movement, the American Artisan Festival has been dedicated to showcasing work of the highest quality for over 40 years. Nancy lost her battle with breast cancer in 2010; however, the show carries on her vision and tradition of excellence led by her daughter and protégé, Samantha Saturn who has been running the event ever since.
Application Deadline: December 20, 2019
Notification: January 13, 2020
Booth Fee Due: February 7, 2020
Contact: Samantha Saturn, Director at
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