We work with many independent contractors each year. Some for specific tasks at one show, others assist us with many or all of the events.  If you have expertise in events, arts, or other related fields and are interested in contract work, please let us know by sending an email to



Does your company provide services for events?We contract for tents, stages, furniture, potty and more. While we do have great regular contractors, we consider other organizations. Please send you info and a link to your web site to:


Our art fairs focus on the visual arts and we do not have stages.  A few musicians are invited to participate as buskers- meaning that they play at the show and sell cds or take tips.  We have no music budget- our revenue goes to supporting the visual artists. If you are interested in busking please email us, including links to your music and a short description.



Our shows are juried. Artists apply through Zapplication.  For direct links please see the "Art Fairs" section of this web site.  If links are not available, the deadline has past.  Deadlines are generally at least five months prior to the show.

Visual Artists


Current Opportunities:

Administrative / Event Assistant 

We are looking for a hyper organized self starter to help us tame the details and plan ahead for creative and successful events.


The selected person will spend a good chunk of their time making calls and sending emails to coordinate customers, contractors, partners and others.


Essential Skills- excellent written and verbal communicator, get it done problem solver, manage multiple projects simultaneously and easily, research, proof read, plus  databases, email, Word, Excel, etc....


Helpful but not required- bookkeeping, graphic design/layout, community organizing...Basic accounting skills will be very useful; Quickbooks


We are known for being accommodating and helpful, so our new team members must share that friendly, can-do and professional attitude.


You must be reliable, trustworthy organized and able to connect the dots. Must be physically fit enough to walk around a downtown or an art fair or event for at least three hours. 


Also important in this position is the ability to gather information, online and in person.  Some of the tasks include:


  • Keep track of status (using computer) of multiple projects .

  • Track supplies and equipment

  • Track payments, client contracts, more

  • Work with vendors, payments, supplies, etc.

  • Update databases, mailing lists

  • Organize meetings, take notes at them and follow up afterward

  • Plan and execute projects and pieces of an event

  • Additional duties based on your interests and company needs.  We strive to be flexible, encouraging people to use existing talents while learning new skills.

  • You will work independently (at your home, coffee shop or wherever you choose) and in our casual office, at meetings, events and more. Weekly status meetings will be at our Detroit workspace.

  • You must have your own reliable transportation to get around Detroit, Wayne and Oakland and perhaps Washtenaw Counties.



Approximately 12 hours a week during off season; April - September you may work 20-25 hours a week (plus more hours at our event if you like).  More hours possible if you have accounting and other skills.  


The right candidate may be underwritten for 3 to 5 extra hours a week to support Mint Artists Guild, a nonprofit started by Integrity Shows leaders.

If interested please send resume and cover letter to   Position is open until filled.

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