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Entries open for 6th annual Yarmouth Art Festival

  • Artists from around Maine are invited to enter popular juried show
  • Click for the 2013 Show Catalog

    Entries are now open for the 6th annual Yarmouth Art Festival, to be held Oct. 22-25 at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church at 396 Gilman Road in Yarmouth. Entries will be accepted online until Sept. 19, after which a panel of jurors will choose pieces to be exhibited in the show.

    Artists should review the Rules page, linked at the top of this page, and then submit their works via the online entry form, also linked above.

    The 2013 show featured 74 Maine artists, from Dover-Foxcroft to South Berwick, exhibiting 160 pieces, selected by a panel of jurors from among nearly 350 pieces were submitted. A total of 45 pieces were sold.

    This year's jurors are artist Suzanne Harden; Anne Haas, Bowdoin College art librarian; and Elizabeth Moss, owner of Elizabeth Moss Gallery in Falmouth.

    An online show catalog will display all the pieces in the show, along with information about each artist. Click to see the 2013 Show Catalog

    The juried show, created in 2009 as a new venue for Maine artists, features painting, drawing, sculpture and photography.

    The show will be open Wednesday, Oct. 22, through Friday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. An artists’ reception, including music and refreshments, will be held Thursday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Admission will be free for both the festival and the reception, with donations accepted.

    Entry fees and sale commissions support local community services, such as the Yarmouth Community Food Pantry and St. Elizabeth's Essentials Pantry in Portland.

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