- Space provided will be no more than 10’ x 10’
- Most exhibit spaces will be outside
- Artist must provide own walls, table(s), chair(s), etc.
Exhibit set-up must be pre-approved
- Location of artist’s display will be determined by the
Arts Commission, RSBG and the Pacific Bonsai Museum
- Artist will receive listing in event program, the RSBG
website, and the City of Federal Way’s website.
-Sales are handled between the artist and the buyer.
Artist must handle their own transactions. Note:
vendors will not have access to electricity during the
-The City of Federal Way, the RSBG, and the Pacific
Bonsai Museum do not provide insurance coverage for
the property and/or artwork of the vendors.
- Artist will sell artwork between 10am and 4pm on
Saturday, May 16, 2020 and keep 100% of their sales.
- Reproduction aids such as molds
used in ceramics must be created
by the applying artist
- Artist’s work, exhibit design and
application will be juried for
quality, authenticity, uniqueness,
- Artist must be present with their
work throughout the event
- Artist must be the maker,
designer, creator and producer of
- Original work must make up most
of the artist’s display
- Not eligible for entry are mass-
produced items, items made from
- Eligibility is limited to studio
artists, artist teams and
-Special consideration given to
artists from Federal Way and art
with a nature/garden connection.
Each year, a Featured Artist is selected for the following year by visitor votes. The Featured Artist for
2020 is Nirvan Hope. The Featured Artist will receive the following:
• Gallery space at Knutzen Family Theatre located at Dumas Bay Centre for approximately 4
months (exhibit date to be mutually agreed upon with artist and Federal Way Arts Commission)
• Premier vendor placement at Blue Poppy Day – Art in Bloom
• Bragging rights as the Featured Artist
• Artwork will be used in all promotional collateral for the event including print, social media,
• One year Membership to the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden