Vendor Applications Now Open for yART!

Pictured Above: yART sale in Princeton. Photo Credit: Contributed. 



Princeton, NJ – The Arts Council of Princeton is now accepting vendor applications for their first yART sale to be held on Saturday, August 5 from 9am-1pm. The yART sale is an outdoor, flea-market style opportunity for attendees to shop affordable work from local artists cleaning out their studios. Applications are available now at The deadline for submissions is Friday, July 7 at 11:59pm.

“For almost thirty years, we’ve had the pleasure of coordinating art markets showing off the best of the best of our creative region”, shares Artistic Director Maria Evans, who has run the 29-years-and-running Sauce for the Goose Outdoor Art Market and this May’s Princeton Art Bazaar. “We love these events, and the public has come to know us as the go-to place for high-quality art and gifts around Mother’s Day and the winter holidays. But for the first time, we’re shaking things up a bit for the down and dirty dog days of August. Consider this message your invitation to get into your studio and clean out what you no longer need to hold onto. Prints, paintings, pottery, supplies… our yART sale is the perfect venue to sell your good-quality seconds, materials, and old work taking up room in your workspace.”

Artists and crafters are encouraged to apply to sell their wares at this pop-up market held in the Arts Council’s newly painted parking lot and terrace located in the heart of Downtown Princeton, NJ. There is
an application fee of $10 and tabling fee of $25, if accepted.

The Arts Council of Princeton, a non-profit organization founded in 1967, fulfills its mission of building community through the arts by presenting a wide range of programs including public art projects, exhibitions, performances, free community cultural events, and studio-based classes and workshops. Arts Council of Princeton programs are designed to be high-quality, engaging, affordable and accessible for the diverse population in the greater Princeton region. To learn more, visit 

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