Art in the Park Registration Information

40th Annual

Art in the Park

Flat Iron Park

Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Saturday, August 8 and Sunday, August 9, 2020

10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. (Saturday)

10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. (Sunday)

A Juried Fine Art Exhibition Limited to 80 Exhibitors

Sponsored by the Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, Inc. (GLAF)

Flat Iron Park is located on the Geneva Lake lakefront between Center Street and Wrigley Drive just south of Main Street in downtown Lake Geneva, WI. The City of Lake Geneva is a summer resort area frequented by affluent crowds from the Chicago and Milwaukee areas. Many of these visitors stay in the four hotels on the east side of the park and in the large condominium residence to the north. The shopping district is just a block away. These visitors look forward to Art in the Park each year. Complimentary parking will be reserved for our exhibitors adjacent to the park. This area will be closed off to traffic during unloading & loading.



  1. All works must be original in concept and design and must have been executed by the applicant.

  2. Works in a variety of media qualify, including paintings, photography, sculpture, mixed media, digital art, glass/wood, ceramics, jewelry, and fiber art.

  3. Applicants must be 18 years or older.



  1. Each exhibitor is responsible for providing and assembling his/her own display and

    unloading & loading.

  2. Set up time is 6:00 AM - 9:30 AM Saturday. All vehicles must be unloaded by 9:00 AM Saturday.

  3. Exhibits must be set up before 10:00 AM Saturday and taken down after 4:00 PM on Sunday.

  4. All exhibitors are required to be present both days.

  5. Spaces are 10’x10'.

  6. The images you include in your application should represent the quality you exhibit in the show. You may exhibit only in  one media category.

  7. Reproductions of original work must be marked as such. Cards and reproductions of exhibiting artist's work are permitted if they are not more than 20% of the total display.

  8. There will be no refunds for cancellation after acceptance, removal for cause, bad weather or other acts of nature. Exceptions may be made for highly unusual circumstances at the discretion of Art in the Park.

  9. There is no rain date.

  10. Each artist assumes full responsibility for the care, safety, and security of their work and property. Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, Art in the Park, its board and members, and the City of Lake Geneva assume no responsibility or liability for accidental damage, theft, vandalism or lost property. Application by the artist for participation in Art in the Park indicates the applicant's agreement with all terms contained herein.



  1. There is a non-refundable jury fee of $30 and a separate refundable booth fee of $245 (according to guidelines). The $245 booth fee is not refundable after acceptance.

  2. If you request a corner booth space, please include a third check in the amount of $35.00. If a corner booth space is not available, the $35.00 fee will be refunded.

  3. If you are not accepted, the booth fee check and, if applicable, the corner fee check will be returned to you.

  4. Deadline for submission of applications has been extended to midnight, April 30, 2020.

  5. There will be a full refund of jury and booth fees in the event that Art in the Park is cancelled due to COVID-19.



Judging will be by a panel of Geneva Lake Arts Foundation members.



Best of show and three merit awards will be presented in the morning of Sunday, August 9th. Award amounts to be determined.



A parking space adjacent to Flat Iron Park will be assigned. Due to limited parking, we can only guarantee one parking space per exhibitor. There are new ramps added to assist loading and unloading your work into and out of the park. There are also spaces for trailers and oversized vehicles, which can be requested on the application.



Security will be provided Saturday evening into Sunday morning for the purpose of leaving display units up overnight, however Geneva Lake Arts Foundation assumes no responsibility for damage, theft or vandalism.



Please complete, sign and return with your AITP application the Wisconsin Temporary Event Operator and Seller Information S-240 form. This is a state requirement.



All participants (with the exception of award winners from the previous year) will be juried using images of your artwork. A total of six images must be submitted, five of your artwork and one of your booth display. Place these images on 8 1/2" x 11" paper and include this with your completed application mailing to our office at: GLAF, 223 Broad Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147.

If submitting digital images online, these must be high quality jpg format, no larger than 5 MB per image. Submit digital images by e-mail to If submitting your digital images by CD (CDs will not be returned), include your name and media on the disk face and submit with a completed application.

Whether submitting images online, by CD or on an 8 1/2" x 11" reference sheet, please mail your completed application and fees to Geneva Lake Arts Foundation, 223 Broad Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147.


Entries will be acknowledged as they are received. All entrants will be notified of selection results by May 10, 2020.