Mulvane Mountain-Plains Art Fair
10 am to 5 pm Saturday, June 1
10 am to 4 pm Sunday, June 2
Washburn University Campus
Admission: $6 (Children 12 and under free)
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Coordinators and artists hope the sun shines on this weekend's Mulvane Mountain Plains Art Fair.
Volunteers and participants were busy setting up tents and artwork Friday on the Washburn campus.
This is the 21st year for the event. Artists from all over the country will show off a variety of sculptures, iron work, ceramics, paintings and more. Many of them have been returned every year, citing the great crowds which attend. Some 10,000 people are expected.
The event also includes activities for children.
The show is 10 am to 5 pm Saturday and 10 am to 4 pm Sunday. Admission is $6, with children 12 and under admitted free.
Proceeds benefit the Mulvane Art Museum's education programs.
Additional information from news release:
Art lovers of all ages
21st Annual Mountain/Plains Art Fair
When the first weekend of June rolls around, so does the Mulvane's annual Art Fair! In 2013, the open-air festivities will draw nearly 90 artists from across the country to display works in an array of media:
Also in the line-up willl be a hands-on art station for kids - ArtLab Outside; tasty food and beverage offerings; and live music.
Saturday, June 1 - 10am to 5pm
Sunday, June 2 - 10am to 4pm
Washburn University campus, east of the Memorial Union
$6 at the gate
Free for children 12 and under!
$1-off admission coupon
Proceeds support the Mulvane's education programs
Applications were taken at: www.zapplication.org
Application deadline: January 15, 2013
Jurors of participating artists and awards:
Jurors for 2013 are Jon Keith Swindell and Ron Michael.
Topeka Capital Journal
Bartlett & West
Capitol Federal Savings
Captial City Bank
Gay, Riordan, Fincher, Munson and Sinclair
Robin & Steve Wolgast
Organized by the Friends of the Mulvane Art Museum
Stephanie Muñoz-O’Neil, Topeka, was awarded the Best of Show award; Angie Pickman, Lawrence, received the Best 2-Dimensional award; and William McReynolds, Udall, Kan. was awarded the Best 3-Dimensional award at the 20th Annual Mulvane Art Museum’s Mountain/Plains Art Fair. Jurors Amanda Martin Hamon and Thomas Feulmer selected the award winners.