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EAA Fall Show Prospectus 2010
Fall Outdoor ART SHOW & SALE
September 25, 2010 - 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Spring Creek Plaza located at 15th & Bryant
Edmond, Oklahoma
Inquiries: Jeff Bamborough, 405.812.2273; e-mail:
or Mary Sue Robbins, 405.348.1471; e-mail:
Artists are invited to enter the EAA annual members' Fall Fine Art Show & Sale. EAA invites non-members to join EAA artists in exhibiting their art by paying membership dues and booth rental fee. The exhibition area is outdoors on wide veranda-like sidewalks in front of the stores.
Please send your application and fees by September 7 if possible so the show committee can make adequate plans for awards! Individual artists will handle their own sales, no commission will be imposed, and each artist will turn in their sales tax to EAA at the end of the show and EAA will turn it into the Oklahoma Tax Commission. Only original works of art will be judged.
The owners of Spring Creek Plaza partners with EAA to make this a well-publicized and enjoyable arts event.
September 18, 2010 - Absolute Deadline for receipt of entry form and payment
September 25, 2010 - EAA Fall Art Show 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Show closed when full)
The 2010 Fall Art Show is open to all EAA Artists who meet the criteria.
No food, beverages, or commercial items may be sold from booths.
Prints of your own artwork may be sold from your booth.
Edmond Art Association reserves the right to refuse artwork deemed unsuitable by the show committee.
All artists are to be completely set up by 8:45 a.m. and do not take down prior to 5:00 p.m.
There will be no rain date and no refunds after entry deadline. In case of rain, it will be up to the artist whether or not to set up. If there is a chance of rain, bring a 12' x 20' drop cloth or tarp to cover your art if you don't have a tent. Bring an umbrella for sun or rain.
Best of Show Award - $150 and 8 Equal Merit Awards - $75 ea
A raffle is planned for the Fall Show as a fund raiser. EAA members are asked to donate a small, original piece of their art to EAA for the raffle. The donation form is included on this EAA Fall Show prospectus. For those not entering the show please fill out the original art donation form and deliver the art and the completed form to Mary Sue Robbins, 3417 Old Georgetowne Rd, Edmond, OK 73013 (Between Bryant & Boulevard off 33rd St) by September 18. For entrantsin the show please bring your original art donation and the form with you on the day of the show. Winners of the raffle will be contacted after the show to make arrangements for pick up. Everyone come on down and buy a few raffle tickets to support EAA and take home some great art.
Raffle Form
Art Donation Form For EAA Fall Show Raffle 2010
Donated by: _______________________________________________________________________
Name of piece: _____________________________________________________________________
Value: ________________
Description (include medium and size): _______________________________________
EAA Fall Art Show Entry Form EAA Fall Art Show
Show Date: September 25, 2010
Please detach and mail to:
Edmond Art Association, P.O. Box 1272, Edmond, OK 73083
Entries must be postmarked no later than September 18, 2010
City, State, Zip:________________________________________E-Mail______________________________
Phone:_____________________Cell _______________________
Please check appropriate line:
___Membership fee enclosed $30
___10' x 10' Sidewalk space fee enclosed $30
___Check this box if you are setting up with a tent
Total Check enclosed:__________________
I have read the rules and regulations and agree to abide by them. Though great care will be taken, neither EAA nor Spring Creek Plaza will be held responsible for any damage or loss during the entire show. I release both from such liability.


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