Exhibitor Information

In order to become a participant in the Sundog Arts & Entertainment Faire you must first be a member of the Sundog Arts Society. The membership fee for the Sundog Arts Society is $10.00. You must fill out an application like the one below.

Once your application form and membership fee are received then you will be placed on our mailing list.

Please Note: There are no restrictions to becoming a member of Sundog, with exception to the rule that all work is that of the exhibitor, and that no moulds or kits may be used, unless the mold is designed and made by the crafter. We also encourage out of province exhibitors.

Faire Application Process

The application for the Sundog Arts & Entertainment Faire is multi-stage

Stage One: In the month of March all of our members will receive an application form for the Faire. You will have approx two months to fill this out.

Stage Two: The application deadline is April 30th to receive Early Bird pricing. Once the deadline has passed the Sundog office must have received your completed application form, Faire fees, and three to six jpeg images of your original work. All applications once recieved are sorted according to medium. The booth costs are laid out in the application package or by inquiring to the coordinator. Exhibitor booths come fully draped with one table and two chairs. Power supplies are available from ShowTech Electric and an application for power is included in the application package for the Faire.

Stage Three: By the middle of June all applications recieved are juried. The jurying process is done by our eight member Board of Directors using the images submitted as aides for basing the decision on participation in the Faire.

Stage Four: Applicants are informed of their acceptance or waiting list status by the first week of July.

Faire Information

Sundog is always held on the first weekend in December. This will sometimes incorporate the last day(s) of November. The Sundog Arts & Entertainment Faire is held at SaskTel Centre, Saskatoon’s largest multi-purpose facility.

SaskTel Centre is one of Saskatoon’s best known landmarks. Follow any map of Saskatoon (map also in the phone book) to Idylwyld Drive, follow this street North out of the city. Take the highway to North Battleford which veers left or to Prince Albert which is a straight continuation. SaskTel Centre is very visible from either highway.

The responsibility for the Faire is that of the Board of Directors, this Board is elected by the membership of Sundog and is made up of artists and crafters. The Board then hires a coordinator to run the day to day affairs of Sundog and report to the board at it’s monthly meetings.

Applications

Artisans

Please fill out this form to sell your Handcrafted products that you make.

Specialty Food Vendors

Please fill out this form to sell the Packaged Food Products you make.

Food Court Booth Vendors

Please fill out this form if you wish to serve your food in our Food Court Area.

Sasktel Centre Electrical Services Form