• Members must reside within our established geographical boundaries. Studio locations will be verified by our jury panel using Google Maps. But, as a guideline, the Defined Geographical Area includes: 28787 zip code area (Weaverville); 28804 north of Baird Cove Rd (Woodfin); 28709 west of a vertical line from the Buncombe-Madison County line through the intersection of Martins Creek & Maney Mountain roads to the 28787 zip code line; 28701 east of the French Broad River. The southern boundary of this section of 28701 is formed by a horizontal line extending from Rhymer to the river. *no studios on the West side of the river.
  • All Art exhibited and promoted on the Brochure/Website during the Studio Tour must belong to the Member artist, who demonstrates a proficient mastery of their chosen craft and an ability to explain their process to Studio Visitors. Work must be handmade in the USA, and reflect a good level of craftsmanship. Reproductions and factory-made/assisted work must not make up more than 10% of the Member’s work.  The exceptions are in the Fine Art and Photography categories, where printed series, giclee and photography reprints are common.
  • Current Categories of Art Safari Artists include: Glass, Woodworking, Ceramics & Pottery, Fiber, Jewelry, Fine Art, Mixed Media, Photography, and Metals.
  • Members must verify during tour registration that their exhibit site is safe for tour-goers and that they are comfortable with their personal/property insurance provisions for having visitors during art safari tours. WAS does not provide such insurance to members.
  • Members must pay tour registration fees, and perform work assignments in support of organizational activities.
  • The Weaverville Art Safari appreciates the diversity of human beings and does not discriminate based on race, age, religion, ability, marital status, sexual orientation, sex or gender identity.
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