|MoCA is accepting submissions for its 14th Optic Nerve (Image courtesy of MoCA)|
* Applications are being accepted for Art In The Square Delray Beach, a juried art show that draws contemporary artists from around the U.S. to Old School Square Cultural Arts Center. Show will take place 4-8 p.m. Oct. 19, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 20 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 21. To increase artist capacity to sell their works, an additional day and extra early evening hours have been added to the show. The $225 fee (jury fee is an additional $17) includes artists name, image and contact information in the program directory and listing on event website (with hyperlink to artist's site), lighting for early evening hours, a media campaign that include Facebook and Twitter and booth sitters for when artists want to take breaks. For more information visit Eventsinflorida.net/Artist_Information_Page.html.
* Vendor applications are being accepted for the first annual Night Owl Market in Fort Lauderdale's F.A.T. Village. With more than 50 local artists selling handcrafted and vintage goods, as well as free admission and free wine, craft beer and cocktails all night, people are invited to, as the invitation from Indie Craft Bazaar puts it, "liquor up and shop till you drop." There will also be food trucks and music from DJ Mikey Ramirez of Radio-Active Records. Vendor fee is $45. All proceeds will go to Flagler Civic Association for a community garden and a sign to help make Flagler Village more identifiable. Oh, and the event will apparently feature unicorns. Yes, unicorns. As an added bonus, this will take place 5 p.m. to midnight June 30 during F.A.T. Village's monthly art walk, which will feature many new exhibits in the galleries and studios. Vendor Inquiries: Indiecraftbazaar@gmail.com.
* Green Room in Fort Lauderdale needs a few live painters for its June 22 Dead Celebrity show on June 22, and are welcome to set up a table next to their easel to sell prints or original art. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more inf.
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