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53rd Annual Art at the Park Award Winners
Mark your calendars for July 27, 2014 - 54th annual Art at the Park
Each year, Art at the Park draws tens of thousands of visitors to this one-day event held in historic City Park in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin. Since 1960, Art at the Park has been a treasured community event that showcases the work of nearly 200 participating artists from throughout the country. Admission and parking are free. Art at the Park also features musical entertainment, local food vendors, and children's art activities.
Call for Art – Art at the Park 2014
Art at the Park is open all artists 18 years of age and older, working in all fine art and fine craft media. Accepted artists are invited to exhibit their work at Art at the Park on July 27, 2014. Cash awards are presented on the day of Art at the Park:
Best of Show - $1000
Best 2D Artist - $500
Best 3D Artist - $500
1. Review the Terms of Entry.
2. Complete the Online Application and Submit FOUR Digital Images of Artwork.
3. Pay Booth and Jury Fees Online or by Check Submitted with Waiver.
4. Sign and Mail Waiver.
Applications will not be processed until all materials have been received.
Applications to Art at the Park are due March 2, 2014.
Mail completed waiver to:
The Trout Museum of Art
111 W. College Ave
Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
For more information, please contact The Trout Museum of Art:
53rd annual Art at the Park award winners
The Trout Museum of Art’s 53rd annual Art at the Park celebrated the extraordinary talents of over 175 artists representing ten different states who showcased and sold paintings, furniture, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, and more.
In addition to visiting artists exhibiting and selling artwork amidst the majestic trees of Appleton’s historic City Park, the many thousands of visitors enjoyed enhancements in the interior of the park this year. Superb bands highlighting local musicians, strolling musicians, engaging hands-on children’s art activities including a clay station and face painting, a community mural project, a beer and wine garden and mouthwatering foods, complete with an official spanferkel and a Member Oasis.
Tom Lazar of Brookfield, Wisconsin, was awarded Best of Show for his photography which captured extraordinary natural moments in a creative style. Daniel Moore of De Pere, Wisconsin, also a photographer, received the Best 2D award and Bob Radtke of Marshfield, Wisconsin, received Best 3D for his hand-carved bowls carved from "junk" wood found in his woods. Appleton, Wisconsin artists Chad Brady and Jacob Coonen received honorable mention awards for woodcut and linoleum cut prints and sculpture, and welding steel and stainless steel, respectively.
The Trout Museum of Art is proud to present this annual celebration of visual art for the Fox Cities. Special thanks to our generous sponsors who helped make The Trout Museum of Art’s Art at the Park possible.