4 Bridges Arts Festival Now Accepting Applications

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Recognized by the New York Times, the 4 Bridges Arts Festival attracts nearly 12,000 attendees every year.  The Festival's attendees are generally of middle to high income; consisting not only of novice buyers and existing collectors, but also museum and gallery patrons interested in original, affordable, high quality fine art and craft.  

The Festival also features live entertainment from talented local and regional performers; food and beverage from local restaurants, and a special art creation area for kids. Southern hospitality, complimentary continental meals, discounted hotel rates, a patron purchase program and $10,000 in artist merit awards complete the experience, officials said.

The Festival is now accepting applications.  Click HERE to review the complete prospectus.


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