Participation for Non-Profits & Community Orginizations is Free
SCHEDULE FOR NON-PROFIT BOOTHS
May 31 Deadline for online application
June 1 Accepted non-profits will be notified
June 22 3PM-6PM Booth Set-up (overnight security is provided)
June 23 10AM-6PM Shoreline Arts Festival
June 24 10AM-5PM Shoreline Arts Festival
June 24 5PM Tear Down
REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-PROFIT BOOTHS
– Applying Non-Profits must propose a hands-on art activities appropriate for all ages.
– All entries must be registered 501(c)3 organizations or community groups serving Shoreline or Lake Forest Park (Yes to PTAs and Community Associations!).
– We do not allow political or religious tabling at the Shoreline Arts Festival at this time. If you are a local church who does charitable work: let’s talk! 206-417-4645
Non-profits are not allowed to sell anything or fundraise at the Shoreline Arts Festival. We encourage you to engage with the community through meaningful conversation and creative activities.
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council does not provide tents.
All tents must be 10’x10′ and withstand Northwest weather conditions.
All tents must be weighted or staked against wind.
1 six foot table & 2 chairs are available by request.
Overnight security is provided.
HANDS-ON ART GUIDELINES
Projects may be in any theme, or any medium
We encourage you not to have projects with long dry-times.
The Arts Council reserves the right to reject any application for any reason
VOLUNTEERING AT THE SHORELINE ARTS FESTIVAL
We rely on a small army of volunteers during the Arts Festival. Please consider signing up for a shift.
For a quick overview of our volunteer program click here, there you can sign up for a specific volunteer shift and/or to see the times available, after going to our Volunteer Spot page