Lake Nona Fine Arts Festival Registration

Saturday February 22nd, 2025 - Sunday February 23rd, 2025

The event registration is now open. Click the button to register for the event.

This event registration will close on Saturday February 22, 2025.

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Application Message


Held on the streets of Lake Nona- the upscale, new community of the future in Orlando, Florida. This fine arts festival will feature 100 juried fine artists that will compete for $30,000 in cash award prizes and ribbons.

 Lake Nona is a high income, highly educated area consisting of Nemours and the Veterans hospital as well as multiple innovative technology companies. With autonomous town vehicles, robotic restaurants, and a world class Sculpture Garden, Lake Nona is considered the community of the future. It is located just miles from Orlando International Airport.

10x10 $375 / 10x20 $675 / 10x10 Business Branding/Lead Generator $1500 / Sponsors $5000+ Please email for info

A $25 application fee is required to apply. Application is not a guarantee of acceptance and participation in the event. Applicants will be notified of status in December 2024.

The dedaline to apply is Nov 25, 2024.

  • Acceptable work is limited to original art created and presented by the creating artist.
  • Reproductions must be signed and numbered.  This notice must appear on the front of each item. All reproductions must be displayed in browse bins and placed to the back of your booth!
  • Objects assembled from kits, pre-carved or pre-molded reproductions, manufactured parts, buy-sell, commercial displays and the like are not acceptable. Final interpretation of commercial status will be made by WTDI. WTDI shall have the sole, exclusive and final authority to determine a work & acceptability for display within the Lake Nona Fine Arts Festival. A work determined to be unacceptable must be removed and may not be displayed to the public within the Festival.
  • Only artists selected by WTDI may exhibit work within the Lake Nona Fine Arts Festival. The artist listed on the application must be present, oversee their exhibit at all times and display their work for the duration of the show. Assistants (including family members) are welcome, but NOT in place of the artist.
  • The work of one exhibitor may be displayed in each assigned space. Booth sharing is not permitted with the exception of collaborating teams. Collaborations must be artistic rather than business. A team producing a single product may qualify as a single exhibitor; however, teams may consist of no more than two persons, both names must be on the application, and both persons named must be present. Only works produced by the team may be shown. BOTH artists must sign all forms.
  • Images and booth shot submitted for consideration must be representative of the works that will be exhibited in the  Lake Nona Fine Arts Festival.. Our committee will view booths with images in hand several times during the show. If exhibited work or booth display differs significantly from the images submitted, the artist will be asked to remove unacceptable work and/or rework booth display. Continued infraction of this policy will result in the artist being asked to leave and forfeit fees. The artist will not be invited back to the Lake Nona Fine Arts Festival..
  • Artists may enter more than one category for jurying; however; an artist may not jury in two categories using images of the same work. SEPARATE application forms, checks, and images must be submitted for EACH category entered. Artists may apply for more than 1 category with separate applications.
  • Artist set-up (including inventory and personal materials) must be contained in this space. Booth/Display set-up must be completed by 9:00 A.M. both days of the Festival. You are required to display the official Booth Card provided by WTDI in the FRONT of your booth. NO EXCEPTIONS. Artists are encouraged to display an informational statement concerning their work and process.
  • Tents must be white and have weights to sustain 40mph winds.
  •  Artists are responsible for their own insurance and the collection and reporting of any applicable taxes.