The Worcester Center for Crafts
ATTN: Gallery Store
25 Sagamore Road
Worcester, MA 01605
Event Dates: 4/6/18 - 6/15/18
Entry Deadline: 2/22/18
Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6
Entry Fee (Sweet Suggestions): $30.00
Call Open: October 24th-February 22nd
Handmade Dessert Wares
All pieces must be available for sale and housed within the gallery store from the commencement of the show until time of purchase, or the conclusion of the show.
All accepted and delivered pieces must be accompanied by a signed consignment contract and prepaid RETURN SHIPPING LABEL.
Please submit high quality images of the piece(s) being submitted.
Pieces must be received in the Gallery Store by March 17th
All items must be accompanied by a signed Gallery Store Consignment Contract (below) and a PREPAID RETURN SHIPPING LABEL or SIGNED STATEMENT OF INTENT to pick up unsold pieces no later than: July 14, 2018 (Pieces with return ship labels will be shipped beginning June 20, 2018)
The gallery reserves the right to exclude the work if the delivered piece is broken upon arrival or does not reflect the piece in application images. IF WORK DOES NOT COME WITH PRE-PAID RETURN SHIPPING LABEL and is not sold by the conclusion of the Show the Gallery Store reserves the right to absorb ownership of your work.(Refer to contract for more info)
-Signed Consignment Contract & pricing information
Prize winners announced via e-mail and on Worcester Center for Crafts Website and Social MediaIf you have any questions please direct them to Rebecca Zablocki (email@example.com) (508)753-8183 x. 308
Gallery Store hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm
The Worcester Center for Crafts is a non-profit community-based arts organization committed to sustaining craft as a vital part of our community. Established in 1856 as the Worcester Employment Society, the Worcester Center for Crafts is an organization that still sees the value of craft in improving the quality of life for Worcester residents. In the early days, the Center forged its tradition of economic empowerment through craft by teaching new immigrants and women the skills necessary to create and sell handmade crafts, thus providing support to their families
The Craft Center today offers classes in a variety of media, holds community events, and houses the Krikorian Gallery with an ever flowing line up of gallery exhibits. The Gallery Store is part of our mission to support artists and craftspeople across the U.S. by representing them and their work and bringing awareness to all that walk through the store. The store contains handmade American craft by over 500 artists, including Juror, Nicole Aquillano.
“Sweet Suggestions” is held in the Gallery Store and all items are entered into inventory under the guidelines of the gallery store consignment contract, the store receives 50% of profits and customers are able to leave with their newly purchased item at the time of sale.