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Richmond, Virginia's 4th Annual yArt Sale!
We are excited to dive into our 4th RVA yArt Sale and thankful that you are part of this art collective! yArt wouldn't be a success without your desire to participate! For those of you that are new to yArt, it is a free event. There is no fee for you to table this event and no one collects a percentage of your sales. yArt operates under these conditions in order to provide any and every artist with an opportunity to share their art with the community. It also provides you with the chance to commune with fellow artists. However, because we do not receive fees from you, we do not have a budget from which to draw from for supplies and promotion. This means that it is essential that you participate with the promotion of the event by printing and posting flyers as well as spreading the word online.
WHEN: May 10 from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m./dark
CHECK-IN: 11 AM and not a minute earlier
WHERE: Hardywood Craft Park Brewery
You will need to provide your own table and chair or any other displays that you require. We ask all artists to plan on using one table, so that we have room to accommodate everyone. Tents are permissible but you will need to have a means to secure your tent even if you do not have a grassy area to set up in, since grassy areas are limited and Hardywood prefers that we leave them vacant. Artists will need to have their own way to receive payments and make change. Hardywood has booked several bands to play beginning at 3pm. Food trucks will also be on hand!
yArt has grown exponentially which is fantastic but this means that there will be a limited number of vendors allowed. In order to reserve a space, please send an email to RVAYARTSALE@GMAIL.COM with the following information:
Link to website/ Facebook:
Willing to assist in event planning and preparation? Y / N
If after you have committed you realize that you are unable to attend, please email us as soon as possible. We will be sending out information via email periodically, so please check your email regularly!
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