Frequently Asked Questions for Festival Visitors
Our Festivals are always FREE of admission fees.
CONTACTING AN ARTIST
Each artist and crafter is selected through the most discerning jury process ensuring only the finest exhibits. Some of our artists work is depicted here on our site, simply click on an image of interest and fill in the appropriate information on the form. We’ll have the artist contact you or send you any additional information that we have. You may also use our Contact Us form to ask a question about a specific artist.
WHAT TO DO AT AN ART FESTIVAL
A wide selection of work is presented at each of our fairs. You are sure to find something to fall in love with. You can expect to find works of art and crafts ranging rom $15 handmade silver jewlery, to lifesized sculptures in excess of $50,000. Every festival location has been carefully selected to provide our visitors with a weekend experience of fine art, food, and shopping. We encourage our patrons to browse the surrounding streets of good eateries, fine shops, friendly people and a beautiful scenery from ocean side to moutain tops.
GETTING TO AN ART FESTIVAL
Parking & transportation is listed on each of our Event Detail pages. We’ll provide the most current up-to-date information using Google Maps where you can browse for ATM Locations, Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Hotels and Driving Directions from any location.
WHAT TO BRING
Howard Alan Events and American Craft Endeavors welcomes both our artists and patrons to bring their dogs to our shows as long as your pet is friendly, gentle, well behaved, kept on a leash and most importantly has an appreciation for the arts. Items NOT allowed are: weapons coolers or glass containers, skates, skateboards, or in-line skates. All of our festivals are outdoor events and are subject to the effects of mother nature. It is recommended that you wear appropriate eyewear and sun protection. On inclimate weather days our fairs and festivals still go on, so pack an umbrella - and rest assured we’ll do our best rain dances to make the clouds move on!