Artists: Apply by Aug. 11 for inclusion in first Georgetown Art Crawl Sept. 22

Event to be held in conjunction with Farmer and Foodie Festival
July 15, 2013

Chardon Jewelry, The Upper Crust and Rosalie Walls will present the Historic Georgetown Inaugural Art Crawl from noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 22, in conjunction with the Farmer and Foodie Festival sponsored by The Brick Hotel on The Circle.

Area artists are encouraged to request an application by email to; selection of artist vendors will be prioritized on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications must be received by Sunday, Aug. 11, in order for artists to participate. Applications can also be obtained at Georgetown’s Chardon Jewelry and The Upper Crust. Exhibitors' handcrafted artwork will be displayed at various businesses and organizations throughout Georgetown with the emphasis on the downtown and The Circle. This year, there are at least 70 available spots for exhibitors/vendors. Mutlimedia items such as pottery, paintings, leather, sculpture, jewelry, metal, wood, glass and fiber are being sought.

Informational booths have been reserved for the Millsboro Art League, Mispillion Art League, Milton Art Guild and Nanticoke River Arts. Organizers are anticipating an annual art festival that will eventually profit the arts community and nonprofits.

The Upper Crust, owned by Bruce Mead & Charles Mead-e, at 7 E. Market St., Georgetown, is a coffee shop which serves not only coffee but also breakfast and lunch items. The Upper Crust also has Georgetown’s only art gallery, and part of The Upper Crust’s commitment to the community is to offer a gallery space to local artists who might not otherwise have an opportunity to show their works.

Chardon Jewelry, owned by Charlie and Donna Kosky, is at 30 The Circle, Georgetown. Both Koskys are certified diamontologists. Donna is active with the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and served as president and board member and has chaired the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Charlie has also served as president of the Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary Club and councilman for the Town of Georgetown 2007-11.

Rosalie Walls is president of Sussex County Return Day and the corresponding secretary of the Board of Directors of Georgetown Historical Society and Marvel Carriage Museum.

For more information contact Charles Mead-e at or Rosalie Walls at 302-855-9660 or 302-542-3875.

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