Three Rivers Arts Festival Artists' Info/Mixer: THIS EVENT IS FULL

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Thursday, January 16, 2014 6:00PM - 8:00PM


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Three Rivers Arts Festival Artists' Info/Mixer:  

Find out about the many opportunities for individual artists in the upcoming 2014 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival. With the application deadline approaching for visual and performing artist opportunities, come find out what is in store, this year, and how you can showcase and sell your work.

The staff of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, producer of the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, is hosting a mixer/discussion - open to any and all visual and performing artists – regarding opportunities to participate in the 55th annual Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, June 6-15, 2014.  This interactive information session will be 6 - 8pm with refreshments at the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council offices, 810 Penn Avenue, 7th Floor.

Boasting a clear updated vision and growth in local, regional, national, and international artist participation, as well as public attendance and support, the time-honored Festival is welcoming an array of artists’ applications for participation like never before in its history.  With applications due on February 4, it’s time to join the conversation, ask questions, and explore these opportunities:

Artist Market – consistently ranking among the nation’s Top 100 shows, and climbing (Sunshine Artist Magazine, 2013)

Juried Visual Art Exhibition – showcasing the region’s vibrant arts community, juried by an esteemed panel

Emerging Artist Scholarship Program – helping regional artists produce their first booth in an outdoor show with guidance and financial assistance

Performing Arts – including music, dance, theater, literary, and other performance attractions

Special Project / Collaboration – creative original concepts, multidisciplinary work, and multi-artist collaborations




Hosted By

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council and Pittsburgh Cultural Trust