The Seneca Rocks Discovery Center, in cooperation with the Eastern National Forest Interpretive Association, seeks artists and artisans to demonstrate their traditional Appalachian crafts or contemporary works related to Monongahela National Forest during the 2022 season. Two tables will be available for exhibitors Saturdays and Sundays beginning May 27-28 and running through Oct. 29-30, according to a forest service news release.
Artists can exhibit up to three weekends during the season, but only one holiday weekend. Artists wishing to sell their work must commit to exhibiting for at least four hours per day. Table space may be shared by multiple artists.
All artists are asked to submit a small portfolio of works they would like to offer for sale. When sharing table space, each artist must submit an individual portfolio.
Email up to five attached images or a link to an online portfolio to Alison Bailey at email@example.com.