Welcome to the Nassau County Museum of Art
The Nassau County Museum of Art is located 20 miles east of New York City on the former Frick "Clayton" Estate, a 145-acre property in Roslyn Harbor in the heart of Long Island's Gold Coast. The North Shore of Long Island bordering Long Island Sound is known for its extreme wealth and lavish estates, the North Shore exploded into affluence at the turn of the 20th century, earning it the nickname the Gold Coast.
The venue abounds with unique experiences that only a museum of true grandeur could offer, including formal gardens, outdoor sculpture park, arboretum, rolling lawns, meadows, and ponds. Every change of season reinvents the atmosphere, culminating in a spectacular celebration of nature itself. Autumn is especially vivid and inviting.
A Juried Invitational & Museum Partnership.
Amidst the current political turmoil and the usual routine of showing your work at the old familiar venues, suddenly rises an exciting and most promising opportunity to present and sell your work on the great lawn of Long Island's largest and most important museum.We are pleased to announce that the Nassau County Museum of Art has invited American Art Marketing to produce a show of quality similar to our Brooklyn Museum Show, that had been cancelled by the museum's new director two years ago. However, the Brooklyn show sparked the attention of a board member at Nassau Museum and so Brooklyn became the catalyst for this new show, to replace the one that was held at the museum for 19 years. The former event had a history of strong attendance.
With our newly formed museum partnership, we expect an outstanding turn out for this fresh new event.
An Important Message from Richard & Joanna
We have been engaged in the art/craft business since 1976 as makers, gallery owners, and show producers. After tens of thousands of hours; miles traveled, viewing thousands of artists booth slides and images of artwork. Joanna and I have come to recognize that there are many levels of workmanship, innovative design, and attractive booth displays. That being said, we will continue to strive to produce shows that offer the public events of quality and integrity. However, this time, as it was for the Brooklyn Museum, our show must be outstanding in every respect.
Above and Beyond - A Fund Raising Event for The Museum
Our new show at the Nassau County Museum of Art must reflect a level of creative excellence and presentation that will open the eyes of our guests to something exceptional and even unexpected.
Where business as usual stops and business unusual begins.
Even if it is a small show of only 50 exhibitors but reflects the quality work that belongs in a museum show, there will be no compromise in order to generate revenues. We do not need another show that looks just like the last show, and the one before that. Not at this museum.
If what you have just read resonates with your personal desires to be part of a new show with high standards that speaks to the familiar phrase "if not now then when"? We invite you to join us.
OUR MUSEUM PARTNERSHIP WILL PROVIDE US WITH A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR EXCEPTIONAL MEDIA COVERAGE.
YOUR BOOTH FEES WILL SUPPORT A FIRST-CLASS MARKETING EFFORT THAT IS AN AMERICAN ART MARKETING TRADEMARK.
A large tent will be set up on the great lawn adjacent to the museum. In addition to tented booths, outdoor booths will also be available. There will be50 spaces available under the large tent.
Application Deadline: February 24, 2020
There will be no commission
Produced by American Art Marketing the producers of the Berkshires Arts Festival, American Fine Craft Show at Brooklyn Museum, American Art & Design Show Sarasota, and the Art Festival at Rockefeller Center.