TOE RIVER ARTS COUNCIL

TRAC OPPS

2018 EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES LETTER

 

Arts Scholarship
2018 Scholarship for the Arts

Blacksmith Exhibition
Please call Kathryn, 828.765.0520

Gallery Exhibition
2019 Exhibit Proposal
2019 Sample Exhibit Contract

Gift Shop
2018 Gift Shop Application

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12th Annual Plein Air Paint Out
2018 Paint Out Application

Regional Artist Project Grant – APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN MARCH 2018
2017-18 RAPG Guidelines/Information
2017-18 RAPG Application (pdf)
2017-18 RAPG Application (doc)
2017-18 RAPG Application (fill-in)
Revised Budget Form

RAPG Final Report

Toe River Studio Tour – JUNE APPLICATIONS
June 2018 Artist Application (Download)
June 2018 Artist Application (Fill-in)
June 2018 Gallery Application (Download)
June 2018 Gallery Application (Fill-in)

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS SHOULD DELIVER WORK TO  THE SPRUCE PINE GALLERY 
MAY 1-5 BETWEEN 10:30 AND 5PM.

TOUR POLICIES 
June 2018 Policies for Participation
Tips for Tour Participants
June 2018 Advertising Information
June 2018 Advertising Rate Sheet

AND…

LOCAL OPPS

Apr 29: Annual Blacksmith Festival, 10 to 4pm, Lower Street. Contact Spruce Pine Main Street, 765.3008.

July 14-15: BBQ Championship & Bluegrass Festival. This event is a sanctioned professional BBQ competition with a wings contest, public tastings, live bluegrass, championship clogging teams, craft vendors, BBQ equipment and supplies vendors, local food vendors, the Spruce Pine Skedaddle 5K and Fun Run, and a kids play area. This year the event will be held at Riverside Park in Spruce Pine. For more information, call Randy Hembree, 385.1125 or email info@sprucepinebbqbluegrass.org.

Aug 4-5: Mt. Mitchell Crafts Fair on the Burnsville Square. Handcrafters from all over the United States come to sell their wares including baskets, candles, kettle corn, pottery, stained glass, and so much more. Contact the Yancey Chamber of Commerce for more information 682.7413.

Sept 23: Old Timey Day Festival, 10 to 4pm, Burnsville Square. Crafts, food, fun. Sponsored by the Yancey History Association. For more information, contact Dean Gates at 678.3327.





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