Exhibiting at Art in the Park

Save the Dates

Art in the Park Saturday, August 31, and Sunday, September 1, 2024

  • March 14, 2024. Online Registrations Begin for Art in the Park 2024
  • May 14, 2024. For returning exhibitors: Last day to request the same site as 2023
  • August 15, 2024. The last day to register for Art in the Park

Requirements for Participants

If you have not previously participated in Art in the Park, please fill out the contact form. We will get back to you asking for 5-10 sample images of your work (or photographs of your display from another event). A link to a website is also acceptable. Media accepted for Display: Water Media, Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Colored Pencil, Charcoal, Pen & Ink, Printmaking, Photography/Digital Art, Collage / Mixed Media, and Sculpture. Work must be non-utilitarian, eg., glass, pottery and wood creations must be primarily for viewing rather than functional. The Art in the Park Committee will review new applications to ensure that artwork meets guidelines.

CURRENT MEMBERS: If you are a member of MAAA, you earn a $50 discount off your registration. Please join or renew before proceeding to be sure your discount applies.
To get a MAAA membership discount, your membership must be up-to-date. Update your membership.


NON-MEMBERS: We welcome non-members to Art in the Park but there is an increase in the booth fee for non-members.

RETURNING EXHIBITORS/SAME SITE REQUESTS: If you participated last year, you may request the same site again in the online form but you must complete the application and request BEFORE MAY 14. After this date, your site may be reassigned. If you are a returning member and have a special request about your site location, we will try to accommodate your needs. Please include this information when you apply.

Complete the online REGISTRATION,
then follow the PAYMENT link to PayPal©


Monadnock Area Artists Association members, $100. Non-members, $150. For artists interested in sharing a booth, fees are listed in the application.

Payment is through PayPal after you complete the online REGISTRATION. Please note: Fees are non-refundable.

Important Details

All exhibitors are required to have their work on display for both days from 10am – 4pm, rain or shine. Artists or a representative must be present at their booth during show hours.
Exhibitors provide: tents, weights, display systems, and original artwork. Your booth should be at least 75% framed fine art/photography, or sculpture and only 25% additional products such as note cards, calendars, or bins of matted prints/photographs, if applicable. No nudes are allowed due to the City of Keene regulations for Art in the Park.

Site dimensions are approximately 10′ X 10′.

Security will be provided in the park overnight on Saturday evening – Sunday morning, tents and furnishing may be left up, but all artworks on display should be taken home and re-installed Sunday morning before 10 am.


Artists may choose to register to participate in judging in six categories.

  1. Water-Media (watercolor, acrylic, gouache),
  2. Oil,
  3. Pastel, Charcoal,
  4. Pen and Ink, Colored
  5. Pencil, and Original
  6. Printmaking,
  7. Photography/Digital Art,
  8. Sculpture, Mixed Media and Collage.

1 Phil Bean
2 Luci Lesmerises
3  Kate Beetle

Pen & Ink, Colored Pencil
1  Bob Askey
2 Liz Winchester-Larson
3 Tina S, Gagnon

Water Media
1 Jeanne Maguire Thieme
2 Wendi Hulslander
3 Richard Brown

Sculpture, Mixed Media
1 Ryan Curtis
2 Jackie Griswold
3 Thom Cassotta

1 Sarah Oak
2 Samuel Elliott
3 Lugene Spalding

About Art in the Park

Each Labor Day weekend, artists from the Monadnock Region and beyond gather to display and sell their art.

This traditional festival brings people together to celebrate the visual arts in a sublime setting.

The open-air event makes it easy to meet and talk with the public and other artists.

Most artists return year after year, demonstrating the sales potential of this decades-old event.