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Splattered Paint


Art is Not Dead - an Artful Halloween Gala

October 28   |   Bank Street Annex   |   8PM-Midnight


Call for Art / Vendors

Friends of Easton, PA is holding a call for artists and vendors of all media for an upcoming event. The theme of this event is "Art is Not Dead" and artists will be asked to submit work within this theme.

Who are you?

Friends of Easton, PA, a non-profit

Friends of Easton, PA is a non-profit community association whose mission is to provide strategic support to local organizations that foster a vibrant, safe, clean, walkable environment for the residents of and visitors to the City of Easton, PA. Our current campaign is Bright Lights, Vibrant Easton, which will use the fundraising efforts of FEPA's events sponsor lighting solutions in darker areas of the city. 

What is this event and the opportunity?

Our First Fall Gala

Imagine the after-party of an "Art History" themed Met Gala. Our guests will arrive dressed-to-impress to Easton's own celebration of couture and art history, where they are the Art. A night of fashion and, most importantly, dancing! As part of our celebration of art in the community, we're looking for local artists to show and/or sell their art to our guests.

When and Where?

Saturday, October 28 at Bank Street Annex in Easton, PA

The event is at Bank Street Annex and the second floor is where we will host artists. The event is from 8PM-midnight. Setup hours will be announced later, but will be earlier in the day.

What are the requirements and cost?

Cost: FREE! The night will be a celebration of art and we'd love to feature our local Easton artists.


  • No violent or offensive imagery will be allowed.

  • You'll be expected to provide your own display (easels, etc.). Note: no art can be hung on the Bank Street Walls.

  • If you are selling, you'll provide your own POS system. 

  • You'll be expected to setup during setup hours (will be confirmed but likely 2:00 - 5:00).

  • You'll be expected to remain with your art for the duration of the event (8-12) and break down between 12-12:30.

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