Applying for a fair can be daunting, especially with so much competition out there. Here are our top tips for putting your best foot forward when applying for your next fair, (hopefully with Jackalope!).
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We've seen MANY, MANY talented artisans of all types since applications opened in October for our Spring Pasadena Fair, and we can't wait to narrow it down to the very best to join the Jackalope community.
For those of you who've already applied --- February 15th is the date applications are sent off to our jury!
We'll be making official selection notifications by March 1st, so keep a lookout for our email notifications!
Meet our jurors:
MaryAnne is the owner of the Los Angeles County Store in Silverlake, the only shop dedicated exclusively to fine goods made in Los Angeles. From artisanal food, to small housewares, apothecary to prints & stationary, it's a thoughtfully curated collection of crafted wares.
Brent is an art-enthusiast, with a PR, marketing, and copywriting background. Brent operates the Campbells PR, with clients all over the arts realm: from Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, to several local galleries in and around Los Angeles.
Christine is a Los Angeles-based sewing author, teacher, and pattern designer with her own line of sewing patterns, which are perfect for the vintage loving modern seamstress. Find our more about Christine, here: www.christinehaynes.com
She has written four books: How to Speak Fluent Sewing, Skirts & Dresses for First Time Sewers, The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction, and Chic & Simple Sewing. She has also contributed to other books.