April 8th | 12-6pm | Ponce City Market
WonderRoot's Artist and Maker Market at PCM is a monthly outdoor market located at The Shed at Ponce City Market, a covered platform off of the Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail.
The WonderRoot Artist and Maker Market connects Atlanta residents to artists, makers, and other creative people, such as yourself! WonderRoot facilitates a platform for creative people to sustain themselves and build relationships. This is an extensive opportunity to both expand your reach and grow your work.
We invite you to take advantage of the culture and community incubated on the BeltLine Eastside Trail by registering for the low-cost artist market. This is an open-invitation; feel free to share! Please be aware we do not accept food vendors.
Vendors will arrive at 11am. Market is open from 12pm-6pm. Vendors must leave by 7pm.
WonderRoot provides one 6-foot table for each vendor. Vendors can apply for a full table or a half-table. In the case of a half-table, two vendors share one 6-foot table. Both vendors still need to fill out their own application and submit their own payment to share a table. You may request to be paired with a certain vendor or one will be assigned to share your table.
A $95(full table) or $50(half table) vendor fee must be submitted before the day of the market. Once you are accepted, you will receive a payment link. All vendor fees collected directly support WonderRoot's youth programs.
We will also feature two artists at one scholarship table(two half-tables) per monthly market at no cost to provide better access for underrepresented artists. To be considered for this opportunity, you must first submit an application to the market and then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org saying you are requesting a scholarship spot. Scholarships will be awarded on March 16th.
Submission of this application assumes full understanding and compliance to the responsibilities and requirements of the WonderRoot Artist and Maker Market at PCM outlined here.
Targeting artists at pivotal stages in their professional careers, the Walthall Artist Fellowship is accepting applications for the 2018-2019 year. Specifically, by providing artists with the necessary resources, community-base, and networks, the Fellowship empowers selected artists to significantly advance and define their careers. Artists of a variety of disciplines are encouraged to apply. Including, but not limited to drawing, painting, media artists, performance artists, and writers. The application is competitive; attendance at all events is mandatory. Please consider this commitment when applying. The schedule of events is listed below.
Participation in the Walthall Fellowship includes the following:
Eight monthly symposia with Atlanta’s leading arts professionals. Covered topics include understanding contracts and intellectual property, working with institutions, marketing your work, and building a portfolio. Dates include July 14th, August 11th, September 15th, October 13th, November 10th, December 15th, January 12th, and February 16th.
Eight monthly roundtables in which Fellows, as a cohort, lead a discussion about critical issues to their practice. Dates include July 18th, August 15th, September 19th, October 17th, November 14th, December 19th, January 16th, and February 20th.
Individualized one-to-one informal mentorships for each Fellow.
A 4-day residency on Ossabaw Island in March 2019.
A group exhibition featuring all twelve Fellows--tentatively held in July 2019.
Applicants must be able to attend 100% of the program in order to be selected.
The Walthall Artist Fellowship is open to artists of a variety of disciplines. Artists who will be enrolled in BFA or MFA programs or intending to apply to a BFA or MFA program at any point during the program are not eligible.
Any additional questions please contact our Arts Innovation and Event Specialist, Iman Person, at email@example.com
The deadline to submit an application is April 29th.