Advancing American Indian Art
APPLICATION DEADLINE: AUGUST 31
Cell phone number*
Home phone number
Place of Birth
How do you identify?*
Other (Please specify):
What is your primary art medium?*
Painting/drawingSculpturePrintmakingJewelryCeramicsTextilesMixed MediaFolk/ TraditionalOther
If you selected 'Other' please indicate your medium below?
Have you participated in the Mercado de las Artes (formerly Spanish Market) before?*
If "yes," what year(s) did you show your work?
List any galleries you are currently represented by:
List any community art projects you've been involved with:
Four digital images of your artwork are required. Three of the images must be of separate pieces and must be representative of what you plan to show and sell at ¡Artes Vivas!. The fourth image may be a close-up of one of the pieces or of a fourth piece. Work must have been completed within the last two (2) years. In the text area below, include in the same order as the files you uploaded: Title, description, size and date of completion of each artwork submitted. Files must be no larger than 2mb and .jpg format. Photos must be in-focus, well-lit and with neutral backgrounds (1 file per link).
In your application please provide the numbers of the top three booth locations for your 2017 ¡Artes Vivas! Booth location. We will do our best to accommodate your requests, but reserve the right to make final decisions regarding booth location.
Review your booth options here.
Do not pay a booth fee at this time!
There is no application fee. If selected, the booth fee must be received on or before Oct. 20. Failure to pay by this date can result in surrendering your booth.
For questions, please contact Shaliyah Ben at 602.251.0259 or email email@example.com.
By submitting the following application, I affirm I am at least 18 years old and will participate in ¡Artes Vivas! if selected.
2301 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
The mission of the Heard Museum is to be the world’s preeminent museum for the presentation, interpretation and advancement of
American Indian art, emphasizing its intersection with broader artistic and cultural themes.