Sweet Pea Festival 2014 Poster Contest +
Sweet Pea Festival 2014 announces its annual poster and T-shirts contests. Details of guidelines and application process can be found online at www.sweetpeafestival.org/applications.
The 29th Annual Poster Contest will award a $1,000.00 prize for this year’s Festival poster winner. All ages and levels of expertise are encouraged to enter. Deadline for entries is Friday, April 25, 2014.
The 6th Annual T-Shirt art contest has two categories for entrants: Category 1 (ages 0 - 13) with a $100 grand prize and Category 2 (ages 14 and older) with a $500 grand prize. Winning designs will be used on this year’s Sweet Pea Festival T-shirts. Deadline for entries is Friday, March 28, 2014.
Sweet Pea Festival 2014 also announces its call for artist entries for the Arts & Crafts Show. Details of guidelines and application process can be found online at https://www.zapplication.org/event-info-public.php?fair_id=3260. Only handcrafted original work by the selling artist is acceptable. Each entry requires 4 photos and a nonrefundable $40 Jury Fee. Booth fees are $345 for a 10’X10’ and $495 for a 10’X20’ (limited number of this size). Deadline for entries is Saturday, April 5, 2014.
The Sweet Pea Festival, in its 37th year, is Bozeman’s summer celebration of the arts. This year’s Festival dates are August 1, 2 and 3. The Festival in Lindley Park includes music, children’s activities, dance, theatre, arts and crafts, food concessions and more. Preliminary events begin July 29th and include Chalk on the Walk, an art show, the Bite of Bozeman, a parade, and children’s run.
ABOUT SWEET PEA FESTIVAL:
The Sweet Pea Festival is a three-day festival of the arts held in Bozeman, Montana, since 1978. The event includes everything from dynamic performances to children’s activities to a flower show. Sweet Pea is committed to its mission statement of “promoting and cultivating the arts.”
Hundreds of volunteers run and organize this annual event, a testament to the community’s desire for its ongoing success. All the money raised above what is needed to operate the Festival is given back to the community in the form of grants for the arts, art education, and special projects in the Bozeman area.