Here is how you can participate in this wonderful family friendly event.
If you want to attend and need when/where information: Art on the Parish Green is held the second weekend of June on the grounds of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in New Albany, Indiana. That address is 1015 E. Main St. Our parish campus is on 11th Street between Main St. and Market St. Parking is on Main St. or Market St. or on any side street nearby. Art and music areas are located on the parish grounds and on both sides of 11th Street, so that street is closed to traffic all weekend. Complimentary parking is also available one block north on Market St. at Seabrook Dieckmann & Naville Funeral Homes. A variety of food is available for sale from late morning through closing. Check out the Festival Schedule section of this website for more information!
If you're an artist: Submit an Official 2015 Art on the Parish Green Application along with photos Your work may be showcased on the cover of the art fair program. Only very high quality submission photos are eligible Let us know if you are interested in being on a local, early morning TV show spot promoting the art fair. For more information on artist participation please contact Brenda Vernia at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're a musician: Contact Fran Fach at email@example.com and you will be directed to our festival music coordinator for an interview.
If you're a food vendor:
- Submit an Official 2015 Art on the Parish Green Food Vendor Application and photo of your booth
- You may be asked to adjust your menu slightly to avoid duplication/competition with other food vendors. Once we have all of the food vendors selected, we will contact you if this is necessary.
- For more information on food vendor participation, please contact Fran Fach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're a business or individual sponsor: Contact Fran Fach at email@example.com You will be personally contacted and sent a list of sponsorship levels and recognition opportunities Sponsorship checks are due no later than one week before Art on the Parish Green