Sept. 10, 2022 10am-5pm
Sept. 11, 2022 10am-4pm
Figge Art Museum's Bechtel Plaza
225 W 2nd Street
Davenport, IA 52801
The Beaux Arts Fund Committee is a non-profit group of volunteers. All proceeds fo to the Figge Museum of Art to fund exhibitions and educational programs.
The fair is free to the public and is held outside rain or shine. No commissions.
Security will be provided beginning at 5:00pm Friday through Sunday tear-down. However, damage or loss will be the responsibility of the artist, not the fair committee. Police will be present throughout the entire event.
Please select only one medium per application: clay, photography, wood, fiber/leather, glass, painting, jewelry, mixed medium, drawing/printmaking, sculpture.
No buy-sell items and no dried flowers.
Each artist is required to submit a non-refundable $25.00 jury fee. Separate payment for booth fee.
Single 12' w x 10' d is $200 each
Double 24'w x 10' d is $400
18'w x 12'd is $300 (only 6 available)
Corner: 2 exposed sides, additional $25
The application is online at www.beauxartsfair.com or click on the link at the end of this form.
June 15 - Deadline to apply. Jury fee due w/application
July 1 - Acceptance notification emailed with link to pay booth fees
July 15 - Booth fee due. Requests honored on a first-received basis
August 1 - Booth numbers and arrival times emailed
No refund on cancellations after July 1.
An office fee of $25 will be deducted from any refund.
For those paying with a check, send your completed application with separate checks for jury fee and booth fee. Make checks payable to Beaux Arts Fund Committee, Inc. and send to
Beaux Arts Fund Committee
17622 Hubbard Road
East Moline, IL 61244
All cancellations must be made in writing and signed by the artist. An office fee of $25.00 will be deducted. The last day to cancel with a refund is July 1. No refunds will be issued after these dates.
All artists and craftsmen over the age of 18, professional or amateur, are invited to exhibit and sell their work.
All work must be of original design and handcrafted by the exhibiting artist. All mediums must be juried.
One artist per booth. An artist may show another medium in the same booth as long as both mediums have passed the jury. No shared booths.
Artist must be present during fair hours.
All exhibitors must provide their own display, tables, chairs, and white canopy. All storage must be contained within the booth area. Booth must remain open during fair hours.
NO gas powered generators allowed.
Exhibitors are required to collect and submit Iowa state sales tax. Artists must obtain their permanent permits prior to the event. Vendors are able to charge and collect tax after submitting an application. Contact Taxpayer Services, M-F 8am - 4:15pm. 515-281-3114 or 800-367-3388. Email email@example.com. Visit https://tax.iowa.gov
The Beaux Arts Committee has the authority to request the removal of any exhibit or undesirable items. Anyone who exhibits rude or obscene behavior, or who is verbally or physically abusive toward a volunteer, exhibitor, or general public will be asked to leave.
Your booth number is in your packet. Please display your number on the front right side of your booth. Judges will be at the fair on Saturday. First place ribbons will be awarded in each medium. From the category winners, an overall Best of Show will be chosen, and that winner will win a ribbon and $250.00. Winners will be posted at the information booth.
Saturday and Sunday coffee, donuts, and fruit will be available at the information booth at 8:00 am.
Artists and vendors may click HERE for help in making hotel accommodations.
All images must be in JPG format.
Label images with the artist's last name. Images should be an accurate representation of art to be displayed at fair, and the work shown must have been done within the past three years. One image of the booth is required (artist's name or any people should not be in the picture).
Questions & Inquiries
Contact us at BeauxArtsFair@gmail.com
Describing your art process
How you describe your process for making art will be read to the jury, along with the title, size, and price. No other information will be read, i.e. awards etc. The committee has the right to request the removal of any art not representational of the jury images.