Every year, Wasatch Mountain Film Festival hosts special guest artists to display their nature-inspired art collections. When attending the festival, you will be able to walk through our Adventure Art Market and enjoy works from artists in the local, outdoor, and film communities. Check out the 2023 Artist Activations below. 

Artist Vendor Information


9th Annual Wasatch Mountain Film Festival is open to artists and creators with who draw inspiration from the outdoors. While we accept applicants from outside of Utah we do give priority to local applicants. The Wasatch Mountain Film Festival reserves the right to reject any applications which do not fall within or meet our guidelines. Any applicant who has applied and is found to not meet requirement parameters will have their application forfeited with no refund of their application fee.

Original Work Regulation:

All creations must be original. Upon submission of images, the artist guarantees the accuracy of the description of artwork presented and the authenticity of the artwork as original and created by their own hands. The Wasatch Mountain Film Festival Team reserves the right to reject any displays or items not in keeping with the character of the images submitted.

All artwork exhibited at the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival must be of the quality and style represented by the artist in images submitted with the application as well as of the media category for which they are accepted.

Commitment to Availability:

Artists must be present during the entire Wasatch Mountain Film Festival and should personally staff their space, as attendees are enthusiastic to meet, speak with and shop from local creators. No agents, dealers or representatives may attend the Market in place of the artist.

Application Fee:

Application Fee: Non-refundable $15, paid online as part of the digital application. The application fee goes towards the cost of administrative processing and jurying.

If the $15 fee presents a challenge, application fee support may be available. Interested applicants may send complete our contact form with a paragraph-length Statement Of Need prior to the application deadline.


  • Accessories: Bags, belts, hats, keychains, etc.

  • Apparel: Wearable works and clothing

  • Artwork: Two-dimensional work created using painting, printmaking, photography, drawing, digital art, collage, illustration, or other techniques

  • Baby & Child Products: Toys, children’s clothing, etc.

  • Bath, Body & Apothecary: Skincare, soap, body oils, etc.

  • Ceramics: Pottery and ceramic arts

  • Craft food: Pre-packaged edible goods made in a certified commercial kitchen

  • Embroidery and Fiber Arts: Embroidered hoops, sewn and knit objects, macrame, etc.

  • Home decor and housewares – candles, plant holders, wall hangings, clocks, furniture, cooking tools, dinnerware, etc.

  • Jewelry: Functional or decorative adornments and wearable trinkets (such as bracelets, necklaces, belts, headpieces and more)

  • Pet: Accessories designed for use by dogs, cats, or other household pets

  • Sculpture: Sculptural artworks made from clay, found/upcycled materials, glass, wood, ceramic or metal

  • Stationery: Paper goods, cards, journals, pens, etc.

  • Vintage: Vintage – curated clothing, furniture, and other items that predate 1990

Photographs in your Application:

Strong images of your work are valuable to your application. Focus on capturing images of five single products that can provide insight into your craftsmanship and creativity for the WMFF Team. Note: By providing these images, applicants give Wasatch Mountain Film Festival consent to use them in promotional materials if accepted.

Invited Artist and Vintage Vendor Fees*:

  • 5’x10’ Space: $200

  • 10’x10’ Space: $150

  • Shared 10’x10’ Space for Two Exhibitors: $125/each exhibitor – $250 total

Please note that both the one-time application fee and booth cost are non-refundable.

Exhibitor Space Info:

Wasatch Mountain Film Festival exhibitors will be placed outdoors in front of Industry SLC. We will be closing down the street for the art market, outoor brand activations and beer garden. 

  • 10’x10’ Space: 10’x10’ of designated space to set up a “shop” in the venue. No walls, tables or chairs provided. Exhibitors who have a large display and inventory to fill the space should apply for a 10’x10′ space. Exhibitor must bring a back wall that is no more than 7′ high by 10′ wide.

  • Shared 10’x10’ Space for Two Exhibitors: Includes a designated space of 10’x10′ to set up a small “shop” shared by two businesses that would like to exhibit together. Half of the cost will be invoiced to each coordinating business.

Space Sharing Policy:

Applicants in the Artist Section of the beer garden and vendor village  may opt to share 10’x10′ of floor space with one other individual exhibitor in this category (the “Shared 10’x10’ Space for Two Exhibitors” booth option). This will guarantee that the two artisans are placed in the same 10’x10′ area. Both exhibitors interested in sharing 10’x10′ of designated floor space must apply separately and both artisans must be accepted in order to share a space at the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival. On the application, both artisans must state with whom they would like to share. —this option is available only for 10’x10′ spaces. Only two exhibitors are allowed to share one 10’x10′ space.

About Electricity:

Due to the limited availability of electricity at the venue, it is difficult to accommodate a high volume of power users. WMFF is currently investigating and evaluating power availability but at this time options and pricing have not been finalized. 

Sales & Tax Information:

The Wasatch Mountain Film Festival provides vendor mailing addresses to the Utah State Tax Commission, so exhibitors can expect to receive their sales tax form via snail mail within 2 weeks after the event. For questions (or to request a replacement Special Event Tax Form should it not arrive), please contact the USTC at 801-297-6303 or Reporting accurate sales tax helps the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival track the economic impact our events have on the local economy. Please note that Wasatch Mountain Film Festival does not take any money from commission or sales of your works or products during the course of the Festival.

Exhibitor Responsibilities & Safety:

By applying and accepting the Wasatch Mountain Film Festivals invitation, all exhibitors agree to comply with the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival and venue rules & regulations.

The exhibitor assumes all responsibility for safeguarding of their products and their displays at the festival. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to insure their property. One available option that other local events have recommended is ACT Insurance, though it is up to the exhibitor to determine the best way to insure their property, and the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival assumes no responsibility in that decision.

The Wasatch Mountain Film Festival has the right to close the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival if any unforeseen circumstances occur that would affect the safety of the event attendees or vendors. Vendors are required to commit to being available for the full event at the time of application and during acceptance of their invitation. Late cancellations may affect the exhibitor’s future opportunity to participate in the Annual Wasatch Mountain Film Festival. By participating, the exhibitor understands that abuse of any kind is not welcome. Any individual who displays negative, crude, crass, belligerent or any other non-exemplary behavior that causes discomfort towards any person present at the Festival will be asked to leave. The Wasatch Mountain Film Festival reserves the right to determine what behaviors are deemed inappropriate and non-characteristic of the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival standards. We do not condone any racist, bigoted or unsafe behavior from any area of the event or within our community.

The exhibitor, when invited, agrees to hold harmless Wasatch Mountain Film Festival, Wasatch Mountain Arts, Wasatch Mountain Film Festival Coordinators, Volunteers, Employees, Board of Directors and the Venue and Venue Representatives, and Festival Sponsors for any damage, loss, or theft, to artwork, displays or other personal property, or injury to their person, regardless of cause resulting from their participation in this event. The exhibitor agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations set.


Reserve A portrait

Have you ever wanted to have your portrait taken by an extremely talented and creative photographer? Now is your opportunity. We’re thrilled to be hosting Brett Briggs as he activates a popup tintype photo studio at WMFF. Spots are extremely limited so don’t miss out on your opportunity. We expect these to sell out in advance of the festival.

What is a tin type?

A tintype is a wild west era photograph made from pure silver on a black metal plate using a big camera and a bit of alchemy. Hold still under bright lights for a few seconds then watch an image like no other develop in front of your eyes. Dress up or don’t.

Availability is very limited. Sign up early to save your spot.

2023 Art Market

Friday April 21 from 1:00 pm to 8:00pm

Saturday April 22 from 11:00 am to 8:00pm

Hellfire Ceramics

I create functional pottery for the home whether that be mugs, bowls, plates, planters or decorative pieces. All of my pottery is very colorful and is meant to bring joy into the home.

Threads & Tails Pet Bandannas

Threads & Tails Pet Bandannas

I sources fabric from local Utah stores and sew handmade pet bandannas. Each bandanna is made with the mission of helping pets in need. Each year, I pick a non-profit pet rescue and donate a large portion of my profits to them. For 2023, I will be donating to POSO Dog Rescue. POSO is a non-profit training focused dog rescue based in Boulder, Colorado. They rescue red-listed medium and high energy dogs from kill shelters in nearby states, mainly California and Texas. They're philosophy is to: Rescue the pup, Rehab the pup, Train the humans.

Rande Pots

I am the owner and creator of RandeePots, which can be found at I create functional pottery that has a psychedelic, mountain-desert feel to it. My favorite designs that appear frequently in my work are mushrooms, insects, animals, and mountains. I love the outdoors and pottery, so I like to bring the two together. Snowboarding will forever be my first love, and I try to show that in my art. I truly put my heart and soul into my work.

Johnny Adolphson

I am a fine art landscape photographer, photography workshop instructor and photography guide, a skier, a climber, a husband and a father of two boys based in Heber City, Utah, USA. My photography is dedicated to capturing the beauty of the American West. I am constantly snapping away as life unfolds before my eyes. I consider myself fortunate to live in Utah where the mountains meet the desert and I'm always exploring and searching for new views and vision. My passion for the outdoors drives me to wake up early and greet the day. And while I play, I can't help but pause and take it all in... giving thanks. Photography is the medium I choose to share my experience and the beauty of the world how I see it.

Waypoint Goods

My work is inspired by my love of exploring the world around us and my love to creating art that connects us to places. This collection of laser cut ski maps celebrates the incredible skiing and snowboarding found right here in the Wasatch! By blending digital design, contemporary fabrication and handcraft, I transform your favorite ski area into works of art to inspire you all year round!


Petrichor is a project that offers natural products, handmade with artisanal processes and with organic ingredients for personal care. We strive to offer products with reusable or recyclable packaging that can be reintegrated into the earth. We offer all-natural shampoo bars, dry shampoo powder, massage soap, body lotion bars, eyebrow styling soap, brow serum, lip scrubs, and lip balms.

Honeysuckle Handmade Studio

I make jewelry and accessories made for adventure. My prime customer is getting after it outside on their bike, skies, climbing etc. My jewelry is inspired by our Utah desert and alpine.

Lexi Dowdall

I offer art prints and stickers of my Paint by Powder works. I also offer original watercolor paintings mounted to wood blocks alongside jewelry/lockets also created with miniature original watercolors. Most of my works are created with snowmelt, ocean water, river water or lake water.

Natalie Garza

My art career has taken me from representational portrait and figure work to now a more stylistic and loose form of painting. My current portfolio is primarily abstract in nature with a focus on movement between distinct shapes and blended atmospheric backgrounds. When I move into representational work, I prefer to keep a level of abstraction present, which allows me to play with color and shape on a more unique scale. Over the years I have also played with the abstraction of the landscape which is a great guiding feature when I am beginning a painting, and then I am able to see where the work takes me from there.

Gavin Wylie

I am a photographer mostly in the landscape category. Most of my work focuses on long exposure and nightscapes, but I also do some nature based art photography/digital art.

Taveen Jewelry

I make jewelry and accessories made for adventure. My prime customer is getting after it outside on their bike, skies, climbing etc. My jewelry is inspired by our Utah desert and alpine.

J. Calhoun

I paint realistic, slightly impressionistic images of our beautiful mountains, winter, fall and summer wildflower scenes. My landscapes may include ‘local animal’ images such as bison, wild horses, moose, deer or smaller critters such as koi fish, bunnies, chipmunks, dogs, cats, or chickens. If my application is accepted, I may also have images from our annual bison roundup out on Antelope Island.

Kat Murray

My art is inspired by my days as a river guide in Moab on wild rivers, meandering on many solo hikes, as well as the elemental nature of life. I love to create jewelry with raw copper, brass and crystals; Organic materials shaped and textured to embody the flows and patterns of nature. May these handmade unique pieces bring you balance and joy on your journeys through life.