Artist Applications

Exhibit Hours are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Friday and 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Saturday. Artists must be present during all scheduled festival hours. for each category marked on application for jury, exhibit and judging.

Check in will begin on Thursday morning at 8:00 am. Festival Judging will take place Thursday evening. If you would like a piece considered for awards at the Festival, please plan to deliver it to the judging area no later than 4:00 pm Thursday evening.


Artwork must be original in design and executed by the applicant. Each artist must accompany their own work and may display and sell only in the category in which their work has been accepted.



Original art must occupy more than 50% of booth display. Any reproduced works are not considered original and can not occupy more than 50% of the booth display. Limited edition prints – individually labeled as such, may be sold only if signed, numbered and framed.



Only artists accepted in the jewelry category may display and sell jewelry.



No commercial dealers, agents, kits, castings from commercial molds or mass-produced items or resellers allowed.



Artists must furnish their own display panels and booth facilities. Space assignment is at the organizer's discretion. Booth set-ups with canopies will need to be stabilized with weights or stakes. The display area is approximately 10’ x 11’ in size for a single booth in rows A-F, 11’ x 15’ in row P, and 11’ x 20’ for double booths in rows A-F. There are no double booths available in row P. Artists must stay within their designated booth dimensions and can not protrude out into walk ways and other areas.



Artists display all artwork at their own risk. The St. George Art Festival will not be held liable for any incidents involving any artist’s work. Be mindful of weather when deciding on how you will display your art and consider purchasing insurance.



Artist is responsible for keeping their assigned area clean and left in order each evening of all festival days.



Displaying ribbons or awards from other shows is not allowed.



Artists who do not comply with festival rules and regulations will become ineligible for admission to future festivals.

1. A $40.00 non-refundable Application/Jury Fee for each category marked on the application for jury, exhibit, and judging.

2. Booth space fees are detailed below and are due after receipt of acceptance notification. Double-space booths are limited and assigned by festival staff. 

  • Single Booth Fee Rows A-D & F: $200.00 (10' x 11')
  • Double Booth Fee Rows A-D & F: $400.00 (20' x 11')
  • Exclusive Single Booth Fee Row E: $250.00 (10' x 11')
  • Exclusive Double Booth Fee Row E: $500.00 (20' x 11')
  • Premium Booth Fee Row P: $300.00 (15'x11') 
  • Booth Request Fee: $25 for top 3 requests (requesting a booth does not guarantee you will receive any of the booths you request)

1. "NO SHOW" POLICY: Artists who have not CHECKED-IN and have failed to alert the Office (435) 627-4516 or who do not leave a voice mail MESSAGE by 6:00 pm, Thursday (set-up day), will be considered a 'NO SHOW' and assigned space will be forfeited.

2. There are no refunds or rain checks due to inclement weather, late cancellations, act of God, local authority or related natural disasters.

3. The committee reserves the right to reject any work it considers unsuitable. Exhibitors must follow suggestions made by the ST. GEORGE ART FESTIVAL during the event. No refund will be given if artist is asked to leave the event for violation of rules.

If you need additional help: Just email us at or call the Office at 435-627-4516

Ceramics/Pottery: Original work, decorative or functional.


Original work made with pen, pencil, charcoal, pastel, or chalk.


Fiber art refers to a form of artistic expression that utilizes various types of textile materials, such as fabric, yarn, thread, and other natural or synthetic fibers, to create visual or tactile artworks. It's a versatile and diverse medium that encompasses a wide range of techniques and styles. Fiber art can be both two-dimensional and three-dimensional, and it often blurs the boundaries between traditional craft, fine art, and contemporary design. Some common techniques and forms within fiber art include:

  1. Weaving: The process of interlocking threads or fibers to create a textile fabric. Weaving can result in intricate patterns and textures.
  2. Textile Collage: Assembling different pieces of fabric or fibers to create a composition, much like a traditional paper collage but using textiles.
  3. Embroidery: Decorating fabric using needle and thread, often incorporating intricate patterns, designs, and textures.
  4. Knitting and Crocheting: Creating fabric by looping and interlocking yarn with needles (knitting) or hooks (crocheting).
  5. Macramé: A form of textile art that involves knotting fibers to create decorative and functional items like wall hangings, plant hangers, and more.
  6. Quilting: Stitching together multiple layers of fabric to create a thicker, padded material. Quilts often feature intricate patterns and designs.
  7. Felting: Manipulating wool or other fibers using moisture, heat, and pressure to create solid shapes or textures.
  8. Sculptural Fiber Art: Creating three-dimensional sculptures using various fiber materials, sometimes combined with other materials like wire or found objects.
  9. Dyeing and Surface Design: Applying dyes, pigments, and other colorants to fibers to create patterns and designs.
    • Batik is the art of wax-resistant dye on fabrics to create beautiful and colorful designs.
  10. Wearable Fiber Art: Designing and creating clothing, accessories, and wearable items using fiber techniques for artistic expression.

Wearable fiber art refers to artistic creations that are made from textile materials and are intended to be worn as clothing or accessories. Wearable fiber art pieces are often unique or limited in number, emphasizing their artistic and individualistic nature rather than mass production. This form of art allows artists to explore not only aesthetics but also concepts related to identity, culture, society, and personal expression. 



Original work where the primary material is glass. No manufactured molds or other mass production.


Graphics/Printmaking/Digital Art:

Prints of original work done by the artist, by traditional methods including etching, engraving, silkscreen, stone and plate lithography, linoleum block, or woodcut.

This category also includes any original work for which the original image, or the manipulation of other source material, was executed by the artist using a computer. Traditional photographs taken through digital media should apply in the photography category.



Original jewelry made from precious and non-precious metals, gemstones, enamel, glass, clay, fiber, etc.



Original work, decorative or functional.



Original work designed by the artist.


Mixed Media:

This category includes works, both 2 and 3-dimensional, that incorporate more than one type of physical material to produce. Includes non-sculptural work as determined by the artist.



Original work in oils, acrylics, and watercolor.



Original film or digitally captured photographs taken by the artist.



Original nonfunctional 3-D work of any material.



Original work, hand tooled, carved or machine worked; furniture.