Join us in celebrating our 22nd year of bringing fine arts and fine crafts from around the country to the gorgeous mountain town of Durango, Colorado. The festival is held on quaint, tree-lined Second Avenue surrounded by boutique hotels, shops, and locally-owned restaurants. Main Avenue, one block from the festival venue, is home to coffee shops, numerous art galleries, boutique shops, and many fine restaurants frequented by thousands of locals and visitors this time of year. The beauty of Durango in the early fall is not to be missed!|
* Ranked among the TOP 100 Events for Sales of Fine Crafts by Art Fair Source Book in 2015
* Limited to 90 fine artists and fine craftspeople from across the country
* Corner booth for everyone - booths arranged in quads
* Overnight security
* Free parking with convenient set up/break down
* Juried by arts professional from Colorado with national reputations
Nestled in the foothills of the San Juan Mountains in La Plata County, the area is home to a population of nearly 54,000 permanent and part-time residents. The average home price in 2015 was $375,000 and the average income of $72,000.
Durango, located only 40 miles from Mesa Verde National Park, a United Nations World Heritage Site, is a destination for arts and culture enthusiasts, with a rich history in Native American, Hispanic, and Western pioneering cultures. Historic Durango draws the visitors from around the world to ride its famous narrow gauge train, raft the wild Animas River that runs through it, and hike and bike its pristine mountain trails.
• NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS:
• Deadline: May 20, 2016
• Apply at www.zapplication.org
• For more information please visit http://durangoarts.org/events/daaf
Durango Arts Center
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