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Call For Artists: 2015 Juried Artist Series And “Inside the Box” Series
Call For Artists: 2015 Juried Artist Series And “Inside the Box” Series
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Date/Time
Friday, August 29th 2014
5:00 pm

Location
Allied Arts Of Whatcom County

The 2015 Juried Artist Series will consist of approximately eight shows, each one a month long. Participation is open to all artists in Whatcom County. Membership with Allied Arts of Whatcom County is required and can be obtained at the time of application.

The Inside the Box Series was created to highlight smaller, special, handmade goods of any medium. These goods will be shown in display cases, and will run the same length of time (4 weeks) as shows in the gallery space. Items considered for display may include but are not limited to jewelry, small sculptures, miniature paintings, art books, etc.

Applications are due by August 29th. Click here for more information.

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