Call for Artists: Warren County Festival of the Arts


Lebanon, Ohio
Saturday – June 28
on the streets of historic downtown Lebanon
10 am to 6 pm
80 artists

Lebanon is located halfway between Dayton and Cincinnati in the rolling countryside of the Miami Valley. Visit this link to find Lebanon, OH.

From the director, Larry Stone:

We are excited about the progress we’ve made as a result of our commitment to a very high quality show that focuses on what matters to you, because we know that our success lies in our ability to set the stage for a pleasant, profitable day for our artists.

This event also coincides with the Lebanon Garden Club Tour and our Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad featuring an old-time steam locomotive. Lebanon merchants are also participating with arts related activities. Home of Ohio’s oldest inn, the Golden Lamb (in the picture below) and minutes from Kings Island amusement park, Lebanon is the place to go for tourists as well as art lovers.

What I especially like about this event is that it is presented by the Warren County Arts Council and that the related activities all enhance the arts.

Why should you apply to this fair?

  • seasoned artists know that small events in historic areas bring them the patrons they want
  • a dedicated non-profit arts group hosts it for all the correct “arts-related” reasons
  • a quick one day event with low overhead
  • good location between affluent suburbs
  • carefully controlled quality and quantity of exhibitors to keep the event successful
  • affordable

For more information and to download an application visit their web site:


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