Artstreet

Artstreet 2019

For the past 39 years, Art Street has been bringing art out of studios, galleries and museums throughout Wisconsin and the country. In one weekend, stroll the streets of downtown Green Bay and encounter the original works of 200+ artists, including:

Contemporary. Pop Art. Literature. Abstract Expressionism. Photography. Art Nouveau. Theatre. And MORE.

Take in the beauty around you, as you make your way through the streets of Green Bay during the last month of summer. View artists demonstrating their work during the creative process. Savor an array of local specialty foods. Enjoy cultural displays. Engage in hand-on children’s art activities. Listen to the sounds of laughter, nature, and song.

Artstreet 2019 Sponsors:

Green Bay Packaging, The George Kress Foundation, Prevea Health and HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital, Festival Foods, Foundation Chiropractic, Tundraland, Green Bay Packers Give Back, American Metal Roofs, Spring Lake Church, Oneida, Digicopy, Fire-Pixel, Broadway Automotive, Cellcom, 103.1 WOGB, Wisconsin Public Service, Pepsi, Wisconsin Public Television, The Press Times, Exterior Custom Solutions, Wisconsin Public Radio, Made Ya Look, The Bridge Recording Studio, Advanced Disposal, Kay Distributing, Nicolet National Bank, Schneider and Captain’s Walk Winery.

Artstreet 2020 Hours
Friday, August 28 | 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm (music until 10 pm)
Saturday, August 29 | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm (music until 9 pm)
Sunday, August 30 | 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Artstreet Information Center
The information center provides general event information and is where visitors can pick up an event brochure, purchase an Artstreet t-shirt or poster, and learn more about Mosaic’s year-round programs.

Parking
Plenty of free parking is available in parking ramps, parking lots, and on adjacent streets.

Admission
FREE with a suggested donation of any amount offering patrons the opportunity to make a difference and help grow the arts in the community by making a contribution. Donations can be made at the Artstreet Information Center. Tips are accepted at the Artstreet Pub & Grill and Artstreet Pub. Proceeds will support community arts programs.

Lodging
Green Bay Visitor and Convention Bureau can assist you with your travel plans. Call (920) 494-9507 or toll-free (888) 867-3342 or visit them at Green Bay Tourism

Pets
A City of Green Bay ordinance 27.307 prohibits animals from special events downtown.

Unauthorized Vendors and Solicitors:
According to Green Bay Municipal Code 6.201 unauthorized vendors and solicitors are prohibited on the Artstreet grounds.

Green Bay Packaging Art Fair
The Green Bay Packaging Art Fair offers festival patrons a chance to view and purchase the works of 200 fine artists from throughout the country. Exhibited for sale are original works representing various media forms including basketry, ceramics, fiber art, glass, graphic art, jewelry, metal smithing, painting, paper art, photography, sculpture and woodwork.

Oneida Nation Art Demonstrations
The Artist Demonstration Area provides a view of artists and their work during the creative process. Patrons will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss the artist’s work.

Art Raffle and Silent Auction
The Art Raffle features over 100 pieces of fine art which are donated by Artstreet exhibitors. A fabulous collection is represented – everything from jewelry and photography to ceramics and sculpture. Each art piece is raffled separately. Proceeds from the raffle support Mosaic’s year round programming benefiting local artists, arts organizations, and the community. Silent Auction artwork is from………..

Performing Arts
Continuous entertainment is featured on the Music Stage and Nicolet Bank Performing Arts Stage highlighting a blend of jazz, blues, classical, theater, and dance. Visitors can also encounter street performers throughout the event.

 

Prevea Health and HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital Children’s Area
The Prevea Health and HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital Children’s Area offers a multitude of creative activities for children including a variety of arts projects. Children will also have fun expressing themselves through interactive music and dance activities.

Festival Foods’ Cultural Street
Information booths and special exhibits by non-profit community organizations are represented on Festival Foods’ Cultural Street. Visitors can learn valuable information about the many cultural organizations in the Green Bay area, including a number of visual and performing arts organizations as well as social and multicultural groups.

Edible Arts
The Imperial Supplies Edible Arts area boasts an array of savory foods to enjoy. Patrons can choose from Greek, Chinese, Mexican, Mediterranean, Italian, Seafood, and culinary specialties from area restaurants.

Mosaic Arts’ Young Artisans’ Event
Artstreet showcases youth artists in the Young Artisans’ Event. The goal is to bring together a diverse group of creative artists between the ages of eight and eighteen and give them an opportunity to display and sell their artwork. From sculpture to painting, photography to fiber art, the Young Artisans’ Event gives budding artists an excellent opportunity to experience an art fair alongside seasoned art professionals who participate in Artstreet.

Artstreet Artists for 2020.

Artstreet Art Fair

COVID-19 UPDATE – PLEASE NOTE: we have extended the deadline for artist application to April 24. Jurying will take place the following week and we hope to have results to you by May 4, 2020. If Artstreet 2020 is cancelled this year, your booth fee will be refunded.

  • Application Opens: December 2, 2019
  • Entry Deadline: March 23, 2020
  • Acceptance Notification: April 9, 2020
  • Young Artisan Deadline: June 3, 2020
  • Young Artisan Notification: June 17, 2020
  • Art Fair Hours:  August 28, 2020 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • Art Fair Hours: August 29, 2020 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Art Fair Hours: August 30, 2020 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Art Fair Location: Downtown Green Bay

In the Rules of Entry (see below) section the selection procedure has been outlined to ensure every entrant that their work will receive fair and equitable consideration. Artstreet and Arti Gras award winners from 2017, 2018 and 2019 will be automatically accepted into Artstreet. All other entrants must be juried.

2020 Young Artisans’ Event at Artstreet 

To apply, select ‘Complete Entry’ below to review the Rules of Entry and submit an application to participate in the 2020 Young Artisans’ Event at Artstreet, August 28-30. Contact us for any inquiries or concerns.

Important Information for Submissions

Requirements:

All original 2-D artwork mediums will be accepted. The use of bold, contrasting colors is highly recommended. The design should not exceed more than 5 colors. Work must be appropriate for public viewing and capture the atmosphere of Artstreet. Entrants are encouraged to allow visual arts, music, dance, and culture of the event to influence the design.

The design must include:
Artstreet | August 28, 29 & 30, 2020 | Downtown, Green Bay, WI

Rights & Reproduction:

After submission, all entries will become the property of Mosaic Arts, Inc. The selected image will be displayed on event promotional and commemorative material and may be subject to modification to meet print and design requirements.

Award & Selection:

A cash award of $300 is given for the artwork selected as the 2020 Artstreet Image and for all copyrights to the design, use and modification. The winning design will be selected by the Mosaic Events Committee and displayed on posters, t-shirts, and other promotional event materials.

To submit an entry:

Send us your name, phone number, both mailing and email address along with your design.
Please include the Release Form with your design.

Mail to: 300 N. Broadway Ste 1C, Green Bay, WI 54303
Email PDF to: [email protected]

All entries must be received by June 15, 2020.
Entrants will be notified by June 22, 2020.

Did you know?

Artstreet was the brainchild of the Northeastern Wisconsin Arts Council (now Mosaic Arts, Inc). The original planning committee met for the first time in April 1981, more than a year before the actual festival. They wanted to offer a weekend experience in downtown Green Bay that was so vibrant and memorable for so many people that the arts will gain importance in public and private life all year round.