The Shoreline Arts Festival takes place on the grounds of the Shoreline Community College.
Participation for Non-Profits & Community Organizations is Free
SCHEDULE FOR NON-PROFIT BOOTHS
May 31 Deadline for online application
June 1 Accepted non-profits will be notified
June 26 3PM-6PM Booth Set-up (overnight security is provided)
June 27 10AM-6PM Shoreline Arts Festival
June 28 10AM-5PM Shoreline Arts Festival
June 28 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, tables, or chairs.
All tents must be 10’x10′ and withstand Northwest weather conditions.
All tents must be weighted or staked against wind.
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