Dear fellow Artist,

We are always looking for talented artists to participate in our events. By design, we do not disclose our selection process to the public. Since our show schedule is so hectic and we are very busy, we may only contact you if we are interested in scheduling you for a particular date. If you are not contacted, please do not be discouraged. Kindly re-submit every 3 months or whenever you reach a new milestone!

The best way to find out about our events is to attend them, see the process, network and bring your art cards, stickers, sketchbook and tell people who you are. Be mindful to show respect to the artist who is performing that night. One night that may be you, please treat them how you want to be treated. We love to work with artists who are constantly creating and actively trying to engage their audience. Our event is all about artist growth and long term commitment to art.

Be authentic and keep working my friends.

- Anthony Frattin

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Keep in mind: Some artist's techniques work better for different nights and it may also depend on the other potential artists we are considering selecting in a particular series. For this reason there are a lot of variables out of our control and depending on the artist's collective availability we need to plan out different combinations until we can get all three artists we would like on this piece confirmed. Your answer here only gives us an idea and there is no right or wrong answer. We will look at your work, potentially meet with you and discuss this further before any decisions are reached about what part of the series you may paint in.
Our standard commission agreement is 50% on all sales of your work. We like to work with artists that have reasonable price ranges so we can better promote your work to the collectors who come to our events. Our strategy is to establish a strong base of hardcore collectors and the value of your work will rise. Please understand that the artist is responsible for marketing their own work. We will do our best to help you but there is no guarantee we will ever make a sale of your work despite our best efforts. In our expereience the artists that work hard promoting themselves and stay humble and make art for the love of it are the ones who ultimately succeed.
As we create more interest in your work we lower our percentage we take as we reach specific target sales and the artist receives bonuses at each tier. We want to reward our artists for their diligence.

Why do we want to post blurbs about your art?

Participation in our events is about giving the artist exposure. Promoting your art also helps us get the word out about our event. The more people know our event the better the impact it has for the artists who participate in it.


If we are posting about your work we have every intention to help you get your work out there and sell it. If we tweet you re-tweet our posts, if we post on facebook please share and comment. We are in this together, one hand washes the other.


Clear communication and accuracy about artists information is our top priority. This is why we are up front about our desire to promote your art.