2018 Design Contest Theme

What Floats Your Boat?”

 

Winning artwork will be featured on t-shirts, posters, postcards and other promotional materials for the Old Florida Celebration of the Arts. In addition to waived application and booth fees, the winning artist will be featured in news releases, on social media and on our website

Email up to 2 jpg entries per artist to CedarKeyArtsFestival@gmail.com.

All mediums. Names should not be visible on the artwork. (< 250MB)

Deadline August 1, 2017.


 

 
 


 

Applications for the 2018 Festival March 24 & 25

open July 1 Applications via

$25 Application Fee. Deadline November 15, 2017

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Old Florida Celebration of the Arts
Featuring award-winning artists in a family-friendly setting.


Bill Kilborn

Make a date with Cedar Key to saunter down Historic 2nd Street while enjoying fine art from a select group of incredibly talented artists; featuring award-winning fine art: paintings, sculptures, jewelry, crafts, ceramics, textiles, photography, and more. Plan on indulging your senses on home-made goodies from local vendors and fresh local seafood from our casual and fine dining seaside restaurants, topped off by beautiful coastal scenery in this astounding Old Florida setting. See you there for an unforgettable experience!


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Flying in - got friends who may fly in - see airport information HERE

Click here for some photos and videos of past festivals
See what it's really all about and why you will want to be part of it in 2017


For more information, please contact us.
Show address: P.O. Box 298, Cedar Key, FL, 32625

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For more information contact Event Coordinator at (352) 543-5400 or cedarkeyartsfestival@gmail.com.

 

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