We are accepting artists and makers, food trucks, prepared food vendors and more for Kaleido Family Arts Festival September 9-11, 2016!
It’s simple. Applications are now live on the website. Please ensure you read all of the attached documents and let us know if you have any questions as we have made some changes. We now have an option for a full weekend rate or a flex rate that is day to day and very reasonable if you can’t attend the full weekend.
Kaleido runs September 9th-11th
The application process is easy! Follow links below:
For artisans/prepared foods: Click here
For food trucks/food vendors: Click here
For more info on the festival, read up below!
THE WHO: Kaleido Family Arts Festival is produced by Arts on the Ave. At its core, Arts on the Ave believes in cultivating artistic fellowship through arts celebrations, signature art festivals, and traditions. One of the main goals of Arts on the Ave is to nurture creative environments and create opportunities for everyone to experience the joy of artistic expression. Arts on the Ave is composed of visual and performance artists, literary and film artists, photographers, and musicians who collaborate and create in the 118 Avenue district between NAIT and Northlands.The signature projects of Arts on the Ave are; Kaleido Family Arts Festival, Deep Freeze: A Winter Byzantine Festival, The Carrot Community Arts Coffeehouse, and various Social Art Experiences.
THE WHAT: Kaleido is held on historic Alberta Avenue (118 Ave between 90-94 Street). For two and a half days every September, Alberta Avenue comes alive as an environment of creative exploration and performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks, old spaces and new spaces. You have to see it to believe it!
THE WHY: Arts and culture matters. Community matters. As one of Arts on the Ave’s signature festivals, Kaleido brings people together. Artists, businesses, patrons, friends and neighbours gather and experience the bliss / humour / comfort / and delight of artistic expression through music, dance, theatre, film and visual arts.(www.kaleidofest.ca).