Artist's Page ~
Our 61th Year!
Naperville Fine Art & Artisan Fair
June 26-27, 2021, held at Naper Settlement
Artist Registration will open November 1 through March 4, 2021
We appreciate all of our artists who applied and were invited to our cancelled 2020 event and will honor their applications as we plan for June 26-27, 2021.
Naperville Woman's Club is proud to host the longest running Art Fair in Illinois! The 2021 event will be Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27, 2020 at Naper Settlement in the heart of Naperville. Naper Settlement is a "living history museum" with paved pathways, historic buildings, trees and lush landscaping - making it the perfect backdrop for an Art Fair! The NWC fair draws thousands of loyal patrons from Naperville, Chicago, and the surrounding Chicago Metropolitan areas.
The event is well advertised in area publications like Positively Naperville and the Glancer Magazine. One hundred posters and three thousand brochures are distributed. The Art Fair is promoted through local radio public service announcements, event street signs strategically placed throughout the city, and with banners displayed at Naper Settlement. The art fair is listed on many
Show Dates: 6/26 and 6/27, 2021
event calendars including the City of Naperville, Naperville Chamber of Commerce, Naperville Visitors Guide, the Illinois Arts Council Art Fair Directory, West Suburban Living, Chicago Trib Metromix, Midwest Art Fair Directory, Naperville Visitors Bureau, Naperville Patch and artfaircalendar.com.
All artwork must be original and created by the artist. Artists must be present at the event (no representatives). Applications are made through www.zapplication.org or click on the Zapp logo/link below to apply. Please upload four images of the artistic work and one booth shot. It is very important that these images are professional and representative of the work.
For more further questions, please contact:
Marie Gnesda at 630-803-9171
or email at NaperArtFair@yahoo.com
Applications were accepted online from November 1, 2020 through March 4, 2021