60th Annual Art at the Park!

red chair outside of The Trout Museum of ArtCurrently, Art in the Park is still scheduled for late July!
The Trout Museum of Art is proud to host Art at the Park‘s 60th year! Year after year, decade after decade, the goal is to make one of the Fox Cities’ favorite summertime traditions the best it can be. How is this done? By welcoming the best artists and artisans to show and sell their work! This year the event will run for two days, Saturday, July 25th and Sunday, July 26th.

 

Art at the Park

People enjoy some of the tent booths at Art in the Park.Located outdoors in Appleton’s historic City Park, this fine art and craft fair, held each year since 1960, now attracts more than 20,000 art lovers annually. Art at the Park has grown into a tradition of high quality, handmade art presented by excellent artists from the area, the state and beyond. Along with the best in fine art, visitors will also enjoy a young artist marketplace, interactive art activities, and live music entertainment.  Of course, no Wisconsin fair is complete without artisan food and beverages as well.

 

EVENT DETAILS

Dates: July 25 & 26, 2020
Times: 9am – 9pm on Saturday. 9am – 4pm on Sunday.
Location: City Park, Appleton, Wisconsin

The event includes a Juried Art Show

If you’re an artist interested in exhibiting and selling your art, or wish to be a vendor at the event, you can find more information at

 https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=8453  

Application Deadline: April 27th!

Media Categories include:

Basketry        Ceramics        Digital Art         Drawing              Fashion

Wooden City Park sign with gold lettering in forefront of picturesque park

Glass              Jewelry           Leather              Metalworks        Mixed Media

Painting        Paper               Photography    Printmaking       Scent Art

Fiber              Sculpture        Wood                 Other

ARTIST AWARDS include:

  • Best of Show
  • Best 2D
  • Best 3D
  • 4 Merit Awards

 

We Support the Arts!

Innkeepers Keith & Lori Hansen are annual members of The Trout Museum. Whether you are participating as an artist, or just interested in attending, we would love to celebrate this Diamond Jubilee event with you!  The Franklin Street Inn Bed and Breakfast is located just ½ block from historic City Park.  Stay both nights and book direct by phone (920-209-9711) to receive 15% off your stay. Enjoy your stay at the Inn, our elegant full breakfasts, and take advantage of your free parking close to the event!