Artisan Vendor Application Deadline March 29, 2019
*Vendors with diesel-powered vehicles or displays need not apply.
Please read all of the following sections if you are applying to be an Artisan Vendor.
ARTISAN VENDOR INSTRUCTIONS
- Please read all information carefully. Should you have any questions, please contact Market Coordinator, Anne Davis-Richardson.
- Complete the Artisan Vendor Application form. The application may be completed online or you may download and print the form below.
- Please be sure to complete all parts of the application form. In particular, be sure to give a thorough description of your product, including price range. A maximum of 5 photos may be submitted with your application. Printed photos will not be returned after vendor selection.
- Applications must be received by Friday, March 29, 2019. Paper-based applications are to be delivered to Town Hall, 80 Gore Street East, Perth, ON, K7H 1H9, c/o Kari Clarke, BIA Coordinator.
- Please send no money with your application. The Festival organizers will only accept fees after the Market jury selection is completed. Successful vendors will be notified by April 12, 2019.
- Be sure to indicate on your application form if you have your own insurance or if you wish to purchase the Town of Perth (ToP) group insurance.
- Best of luck, and I hope to see you at the Festival. If you have any questions about the vendor application process or about the Stewart Park Festival in general, please contact Anne Davis-Richardson.
PRICING: For Artisan Vendors in 2019
Pricing is for all three days of the Festival (unless stated otherwise)
|Vendor type||Booth size||Cost||HST||Total|
|Artisan||10 x 10||$203.54||$26.46||$230.00|
|Artisan BIA (20% off)||10 x 10||$162.84||$21.16||$184.00|
|Artisan Not For Profit||10 x 10||$50.00||NA||$50.00|
|Town Of Perth Insurance||Type||Cost||HST||Total|
|Cost for the full festival||$40.00||$5.20||$45.20|
|6 feet In Length||$10.00||NA||$10.00|
A jury will review your application including (if provided) five (5) photos of your work. You will be notified of their decision by email on or before April 13, 2018. If selected, an email will be sent to you along with: contract, invoice for payment, information on insurance requirements, and other Festival specific information. If you are not selected, you will receive an email notifying you of the jury’s decision. Items that have not been pre-juried will not be allowed for sale
All work shown MUST be the original creation of the exhibitor. We welcome items such as pottery, jewellery, clothing, wood, glass and toys. A limited number of artisans from any one category will be accepted. We also allow a limited number of service-based vendors such as massage and henna tattoos. We do NOT accept pre-purchased items, or imported crafts.
Artisans are responsible for their own sales, collections of sales taxes, and any licensing costs.
Overnight security is provided from 9:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. during the Festival. Exhibitors will be responsible for equipment or goods left in the park overnight. We advise you to pack and remove your crafts for this period of time. Festival organizers are not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen goods. Please check your insurance policy.
- Set-up/tear down
Set-up must be complete by 12:00 p.m. on Friday, July 19, 2019 and must remain set up for the duration of the Festival. For the safety of festival goers, volunteers, and vendors, tear down will take place 30 minutes after the last performance on the Main Stage on Sunday, July 21, 2019.
- Hours of Operation
The Festival Marketplace hours of operation are as follows:
Friday, July 13: 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm*
Saturday, July 14: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm*
Sunday, July 15: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm*
*or 30 mins after the conclusion of the final performance on the Festival’s Main Stage
Not available for Artisan vendors.
- Vehicles in Marketplace
For the safety of all, no vehicles are permitted in the Marketplace during market business hours.
Participants have access to one (1) off-site parking space per booth. Please adhere to this. Parking passes are allocated upon arrival by the Market Coordinator. Non-compliance will be noted for future reference. Remember, the object is to bring customers closer to you!
Each Artisan exhibition space will be 10′ wide by 10′ deep. Artisans must provide their own canopy which cannot display unrelated commercial advertising. Please notify the Market Coordinator of any size variance as this may effect vendor placement. Also, 6′ tables may be pre-ordered on your application at a rental charge of $10.00 each.
- Site Assignment
Placement of Artisans on site will be determined solely at the discretion of the Market Coordinator. Please keep in mind that this is an outdoor site and be prepared for uneven ground, slopes, trees, wet grounds, and pavement in some cases. The Festival sometimes experiences strong winds, so be sure your canopy is weighted down. If you indicate any restrictions imposed by your booth design, an attempt will be made to accommodate your request. The Stewart Park Festival does not guarantee returning Artisan vendors will have the same site as in previous years. A map of the Festival Marketplace and its vendors will be available to Festival goers.
The vendor fees for Artisans are listed on the Artisan Vendor Instructions. The fee covers all three days of the Festival. Additional fees may be applied for larger units.
Once accepted as a vendor, you are required to show proof of $2 million liability insurance. You must provide the Festival with an insurance certificate issued by your insurance company, listing the following as additional insured: The Town of Perth, Downtown Heritage Perth Business Improvement Area, and Stewart Park Festival. You will also need to make sure the date of the Festival is listed as July 13th to July 15th, 2018. Please list your limits of liability (CGL), and include a 30-day notice of cancellation clause. All details are necessary for completion. Festival Insurance is available through the Town of Perth (ToP). Please indicate on your interest in purchasing the ToP insurance on your application form.
Please contact Anne Davis Richardson. Marketplace Coordinator, at [email protected] or contact Kari Clarke, BIA Coordinator, at the BIA office at 613-267-3311 ext. 2251.
Please note that an asterix “*” denotes a required field. All required fields must be filled in for your application to be submitted correctly. Upon Successful completion, you will be redirected to a Thank You page. If you are not redirected, please scroll down to see areas highlighted in red. These indicate fields not properly completed.