Artists, collectors, craftspeople and nonprofits who get the job done in 2D media are encouraged to apply for the Town of Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Commission’s Community Artwork Exhibition Program.
In 2021, the commission desires to fill Prescott Valley Community Library, 7401 E. Skoog Blvd., with arts, crafts, and creative imagination. This involves the library’s partitions and the 3D shows in its show situations.
Expert or beginner local artists who work in 2D media are encouraged to implement. The screen is on the to start with and next flooring of the library.
Artists might be awarded a solo showcase or be acknowledged into a team showcase. All artwork must have subject make any difference suitable for show in a general public constructing frequented by individuals of all ages.
Participation is no cost and artists could listing their get the job done for sale. The town will carry out all product sales of active displays with the knowing that 20% of the overall will be donated to the Arts and Lifestyle Commission for the sustainment and expansion of community artwork choices. Artists, craftspeople, collectors or nonprofit groups operating in 3D media may perhaps use the library’s show cases on the 1st ground.
The fee has 3 substantial screen scenarios that can be made use of to showcase artwork, exhibit a own assortment or highlight a nonprofit, between other innovative utilizes. Folks and groups are encouraged to reserve exhibit instances as quickly as feasible, as they are commonly in superior desire.
To get a lot more info and/or to apply for these options phone Arts and Tradition Coordinator Isabella Chewning at 928-759-3127 or electronic mail her at [email protected]
— Prescott Information Network
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