Canceled: Art on the Wabash 2021
Out of an abundance of caution for public health, many of the public gatherings and events that have been a cornerstone in the West Lafayette community will remain paused or will be redesigned to meet the needs of the community and public health. Some events that cannot account for reasonable social distance will be paused until we can all gather in a safe way.
For this reason, Art on the Wabash 2021 has been canceled. This was a difficult decision and we hope you understand as we navigate ways to hold community events that are both safe and fun.
Decisions are still being made as to the application process for 2021. Please be assured if you were accepted for the 2020 fair, you are accepted for the 2021 fair. A new application is being written and the deadline will be May 5, 2021, at 5:00pm (5/5 at 5.) The mailing and drop off location will be determined by the first of 2021.
The deadline for the Art on the Wabash (Sunday, September 27, 2020) is still May 5, 2020. New artists, please remember we need high-quality photographs for the juror to make their selection.
Here is a newly formatted application:
Art on the Wabash is open to any artist, age 18 or older, residing in the following Indiana counties: Benton, Boone, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Fountain, Howard, Jasper, Montgomery, Newton, Pulaski, Tippecanoe, Tipton, Warren, and White. More details can be found in the link to the Call for Entry (above). We purposely make the entry fee very affordable in order to encourage the area’s art scene.
The juror for the 2020 Art on the Wabash is Walt Bistline an Associate Professor of Art at Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana.
The juror is greatly aided by good photographs that clearly show the quality of your work.