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Asheville Fine Art Show Calls for Entries for Its “Youth Art Competition” – Deadline May 1, 2018

March 31, 2018

Nationally-renowned art show organizer Hot Works, LLC is inviting aspiring young artists ages 5 through 13 (grades K-8) to participate in the “Youth Art Competition” it is holding in conjunction with the Asheville Fine Art Show on May 19 & 20, 2018. The deadline for submissions is May 1, 2018.

Hot Works has a long history of promoting art education in connection with its fine art shows. One way in which it seeks to accomplish this goal is by inviting local youngsters to compete in an adjunct youth art competition for grades K-8 or ages 5-13. Sponsored by the Institute for the Arts & Education, Inc. (the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which is part of the art fair), the competition gives budding young artists a golden opportunity to begin learning the rules of being part of a professional art show and exhibition. As a bonus, competitors are provided with prime space within the show to display their entries, and $250 in cash awards for the winners.

The Asheville Fine Art Show features work by up to 125 fine art and craft artists who have been juried into the two-day event by a panel of professionals in evaluating and judging artwork of all kinds and descriptions. The exhibiting professionals are on sight throughout the show, and students participating in the competition are afforded the opportunity to speak with them and ask questions about their process, inspiration and what it is like to participate in art festivals and fairs as a career.

“In these ways, our youth art competition provides students with an unmatched learning experience,” states Art Show Director Patty Narozny. Criteria for judging the youth competition is the same as that employed to judge the work of the show’s professional artists: technique/execution and originality.

Applications are available at (www.hotworks.org). For more information, please contact Show Director Patty Narozny at 941/755-3088 or by e-mail at (Patty@artsandeducationinc.org).

The Asheville Fine Art Show brings to Asheville and surrounding communities new original paintings, drawings, pastels, photography, ceramics, clay, glass, sculpture, wood working and carvings, fiber art and art jewelry from the ateliers, studios and workshops of some 125 local and internationally-acclaimed artists. It takes place indoors in the cozy Asheville suburb of Fletcher at the WNC Agricultural Center, 1301 Fanning Bridge Road, Fletcher, North Carolina 28732 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days.

Since 2003, Hot Works LLC has established an outstanding national reputation for producing high-quality juried art shows, with four of its five shows ranked in the top 100 in the nation. Festival Director Patty Narozny personally attends to every detail, ensuring that the art on display is personally made by the exhibiting artists and of the highest quality, which allows patrons to buy with confidence that they are getting original, top-notch works of art.

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Last Opportunity to be Part of the 4th Annual Charlotte Fine Art & Craft Show™in Charlotte, NC – Dec. 9-11, 2011

September 8, 2011

Act fast to be part of the 4th Annual Charlotte Fine Art & Craft Show™in Charlotte, NC, which takes place Dec. 9-11, 2011. The show is produced by Hot Works, LLC, PO Box 79, Milford, MI  48381-0079 the same company that produces the award winning Orchard Lake Fine Art Show® held in West Bloomfield, Michigan; the Boca Raton Fine Art Show™ in Boca Raton, FL; and the Estero Fine Art Show™ in Estero, FL.

The show takes place this year at the Charlotte Convention Center, Hall C, 501 S. College St., Charlotte, with plenty of parking next door at LAZ Parking or adjacent to the Convention Center at NASCAR Museum, plus many street side parking lots throughout uptown Charlotte.

Event dates and times are: Friday, December 9, 11am-7pm; Saturday, December 10, 10am-5pm; Sunday, December 11, 10am-5pm; $8 admission (a 3-day pass is $12; kids 12 & under free) and helps support the Institute for Arts & Education, Inc. a 501c3 non-profit organization that focuses on artistry and community enrichment.

This event is juried by art professionals based on technique/execution, quality and originality; approximately 125 accepted artists with all forms of media.

Now accepting all forms of media including paintings, sculpture, glass, fiber, clay, wood, photography, printmaking, drawing, jewelry, digital and mixed media. Applications available at (www.HotWorks.org).

The 4th Annual Charlotte Fine Art & Craft Show™ is moving to a new and improved location in the heart of Uptown Charlotte at the Convention Center, which is the old home of the American Craft Council. The Charlotte Fine Art Show™ is a high quality, juried fine art & fine craft event with global award-winning and top notch local Carolina artists who offer their art work for sale to the public in all forms of media. It can be compared with quality of art to the ACC show; only offers more variety and includes fine art such as paintings, sculpture, photography, in addition to fine crafts of wood, fiber, clay, glass and more.
In the past 3 years, Hot Works presented the Charlotte Fine Art Show™ at The Park Expo & Conference Center, formerly known as the Charlotte Merchandise Mart. Upon artists’ requests, the art show is moving to the Convention Center. This event has grown to be Charlotte’s Premier Art Event – it is different than other art shows in the area in a number of ways. Many of the world’s preeminent artists exhibit. For some, this will be their only event in North Carolina. This is your one chance in a year to see artists who display in New York, Miami, LA, Chicago and Atlanta.

For further info call 248/684-2613 or visit (www.HotWorks.org).