Call to Artists

Call for Artists 2020

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Calling All Quad-City Artists

Don’t miss the opportunity to join the Prescott Area Artist Studio Tour which will be held October 2, 3 and 4, 2020 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm each day.

The early-bird application deadline is March 6 and the final application deadline is April 3. Apply by the early-bird deadline and receive $25 off the $200 participant fee.

• Open to all artists in the Quad City area: Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Paulden, Dewey, Humboldt, Mayer and the surrounding areas. • Applications are available on the Studio Tour website:  Complete the Tour application online, attach your images, pay the fees, sign and submit; all without leaving the comfort of your studio or home. Note, only online application submissions will be accepted. • This is a juried show. • Mediums include ceramics; digital art; drawing/pastels; fiber/wearables; furniture; glass; jewelry; metal; mixed media; acrylic, oil and watercolor painting; photography; printmaking; sculpture; and woodworking. • Notification of acceptance/rejection will be emailed by April 20, 2020

If juried into the Tour, artists may choose to: • Be in their own studio. • Host other juried artists in their own studio. • Be a guest in someone else’s studio. We will pair you with another juried artist if you don’t know someone.

We encourage artists to share studio space whenever possible, as Tour studios with more than one artist receive substantially more visitors.

As a Tour artist, you will: • Have your own page on the Tour website. • Have one of your images featured in the Tour brochure which goes to 15,000 people and on a Tour poster. • Be included in our social media and print advertising campaigns.

The Tour gives the public the opportunity to meet artists in their private studios, learn about their work, and buy art directly from them. Go to the Tour website for detailed information. Send questions to

The Prescott Area Artist Studio Tour is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to educate the public about how and why artists create their work. In addition, the Tour fosters an appreciation of the arts and promotes art education.

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