Exhibit at the Fair
Participate in competitions & exhibits
The Waterford Homes Tour & Crafts Exhibit provides many opportunities for artisans to participate, from exhibiting, demonstrating, and selling their crafts as as vendors, consigning crafts at several venues, and taking part in art and photography competitions. Here are the opportunities for becoming a part of the oldest (and best!) juried crafts fair in Virginia.
Art and Photography Exhibits & Sale
Mill Consignment Shop Crafts
The Waterford Foundation operates a consignment shop in the Old Mill for approximately 100 craftspeople. Basketry, woodwork, jewelry, textiles, pottery, Christmas decorations, and other decorative objects are some of the many items that are attractively displayed in this lovely and historic setting, and sold by Foundation volunteers. The craftsperson need not be present, although volunteer help is always welcome.
A non-refundable application fee of $25 must be submitted with your Mill application. There is a consignment fee of 25% of sales.
Exhibiting Your Crafts:Exhibitors/Demonstrators
Please email email@example.com or call the Waterford Foundation at 540.882.3018 x 114 for an application and guidelines.
You may apply to exhibit your crafts at the Fair. A jurying committee selects exhibitors for quality and type of craft, ensuring that our featured artisans meet Fair guidelines. Because this is an educational craft exhibit, all exhibitors must demonstrate their craft during the Fair using hand tools of the period. Outside and inside booth space is available if you are accepted.
Country Store Consignment Sales & Dried Flower Consignment Sales
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Waterford Foundation at 540.882.3018 x 113 for an application and guidelines.
Sell your home-made baked goods, preserves, jams and jellies, and kitchen items in the Country Store consignment shop.
Sell your dried flowers, wreaths, or arrangements at the Schooley Mill Barn.