Student Artist Information and Application

On-Line Application – Deadline: 11/16/2020

Wesleyan Artist Market Student Artist – Artisan Soaps

Wesleyan students 5th-12th grades, if you are interested in participating in the 2022 Wesleyan Artist Market,  please e-mail us at .

Approved Categories of Student Art: 

Acrylic Painting | Bead Art | Ceramics | Drawing
Edibles/Baking | Folk Art | Glass | Jewelry | Metal | Mixed Media
Oil Painting | Photography | Pottery | Sculpture | Textiles
Watercolor | Whimsical | Wood​​

Here are a few helpful hints regarding the 2022 STUDENT application process:

  • The Student Market is only open to current Wesleyan Students in grades 5-12. Lower school applicants will not be considered.
Applications will be handled through our on-line Zapplication process (details to follow, including a Coupon Code for Wesleyan Students). 
The Wesleyan Artist Market is a fundraiser for the Wesleyan Arts Alliance. The Wesleyan Arts Alliance will retain 25% of all sales, and payment processing to both the student artists and the Arts Alliance will be handled on a per transaction basis on the Virtual Platform.
There should only be one (1) name on the application; booth space may not be shared unless the students are partners in creating the work sold at that booth. No more than two (2) students in a partnership is permitted. 
Remember that selections are made based on your application. Please present a complete, detailed, professional application, including five (5) quality, high-resolution photos (use of a DSLR camera is recommended).
  • For questions on the Zapplication process, students and parents please email Jodi Wazevich at  For technical questions, please reach out to Zapp at, or (303) 629-1166.
  • Again, all Student booths must have their inventory downloaded to the virtual platform by April 16, 2021, or the Market reserves the right to replace the participating artist.
  • Be sure to follow us at @wesleyanartistmarket for updates and news regarding the 2021 Wesleyan Artist Market!

Have Questions?

Student artists, please direct your questions regarding participation to Jodi Wazevich at (or Meagan Brooker at