ART OF CULTURES EXPO
Goodyear Arts & Culture Commission
Guylene Ozlanski, Arts & Culture Coordinator
Anthony Galto, Recreation Specialist
Phone: 623-882-7525 or 623-882-7530 / Email address: Guylene.firstname.lastname@example.org Website:www.goodyearaz.gov/arts
Call for Participation: Goodyear Art of Cultures Expo
Folk artists, marketplace crafters, dancers, musicians, ethnic clubs, and performers are sought for the Art of Cultures Expo on October 14, 2017 at Goodyear Community Park located at 3151 N. Litchfield Rd., Goodyear, AZ 85395. At the new location, the Art of Cultures Expo will be bigger and better with more exposure to the public, enhanced themes that will concentrate on “Cultural Villages”, and an enhanced performance lineup.
Please note that the 2017 Art of Cultures Expo takes place from 4pm-9pm. Electricity will be provided and the city of Goodyear will have light towers in place. However, all participants setting up a booth or tent will be responsible for their own lighting.
The Art of Cultures Expo brings together exemplary practitioners of diverse traditions from communities across the West Valley. The goal of the Expo is to encourage the vitality of these traditions and contribute to an understanding of each of our cultures.
Applications are open for Folk Artist Demonstrators, Marketplace Vendors, Exhibitors, and Performers. For guidelines and application information contact Guylene Ozlanski or Anthony Galto at (623)882-7530.
This unique event is about sharing and celebrating folk and ethnic traditions of the West Valley.
The Goodyear Arts & Culture Commission has outdoor 10’ x 10’ spaces available for artisans at a cost of $50. The $50 fee will be waived if artisans provide an interactive activity or demonstration (at their booth) at various times throughout the event. Enclosed is an application and rules to be considered for exhibition at the event.
The booths will be open from 4:00pm-9:00pm with all booths being closed by 9:00pm.
The Goodyear Art & Culture Commission is proud to share and celebrate folk and ethnic communities of the West Valley, throughout all aspects of what makes each of our traditions unique, at an exposition of living cultural heritage.