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Call to Artists: Annual Juried Exhibition

Jason Setnyk
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Call to Artists: Annual Juried Exhibition
The Cornwall Regional Art Galley is accepting entries for their Annual Juried Exhibition. The Award Ceremony takes plays Saturday January 28th at 2pm, and the display runs from January 25th to March 2nd 2012. This event is open to all artists (local, national, and international), in any medium, except photography.

Cornwall - January 6, 2012 - The Cornwall Regional Art Galley is accepting entries for their Annual Juried Exhibition. The Award Ceremony takes plays Saturday January 28th at 2pm, and the display runs from January 25th to March 2nd 2012. This event is open to all artists (local, national, and international), in any medium, except photography (as there will be a separate Juried event for photography later in the year).

Professional jurors will be selecting the work for the show and awarding the top 3 cash prizes to recognize our most talented and creative artists. All works submitted must be original and must have been completed within the last 3 years. An artist can submit up to 3 works. There is a non-refundable entry fee of $20 per artist who is a gallery member and $30 for non-members. Submissions will be accepted from Thursday January 12th to Saturday January 14th, from 10am to 5pm each day.

For more information on the Annual Juried Exhibition visit the Cornwall Regional Art Gallery at 168 Pitt Street in downtown Cornwall or visit their website: cornwallregionalartgallery.ca


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