How Security Is Managed

April 2024, by Lou Nunnelley, Big Four Arts Festival

Security is an important part of the Big Four Arts Festival. The festival grounds are fenced in with a 6-foot chain link fence, enclosing the festival’s two-acre footprint.  The fence is set up on…

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Security Procedures at a Florida Show

April 2024, by By Kasi Bryan, Marilyn Grigsby, & Steve Izzo; Space Coast Art Festival

Safety and security are considerations throughout our planning process and begin with our festival location in an upscale, outdoor mall in Viera, Florida.  The mall has an internal security…

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Get Ready for Load-in and Load-Out

March 2024, by Pax Bobrow, Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival

We allow up to 50 artists to load-in the evening before the festival to reduce setup congestion. All 50 must pre-register for early setup.  All artists may drive up to right across from their booth…

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A Show’s Load-In and Load-Out Process

February 2024, by Lauren Hendricks, St. James Court Art Show

The St. James Court Art Show is made up of six different sections. These details are specific to the St. James Court section of the show.  The St. James Court section hosts approximately 225…

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Load-in / Load-out Procedures

February 2024, by Sara Collins, Art in Bayfront Park, Loring Park Art Festival, Stone Arch Bridge Festival

Load-in is provided the day before all our festivals open, starting around 9 a.m. Artists are assigned a window of time, so we spread out the congestion.  Offered to all artists at each of the…

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