Artists, collectors, craftspeople and nonprofits who get the job done in 2D media are encouraged to apply for the Town of Prescott Valley Arts & Lifestyle Commission’s General public Artwork Exhibition System.
In 2021, the commission needs to fill Prescott Valley General public Library, 7401 E. Skoog Blvd., with arts, crafts, and creativity. This includes the library’s walls and the 3D shows in its screen instances.
Specialist or amateur nearby artists who operate in 2D media are encouraged to implement. The screen is on the initial and next floors of the library.
Artists could be awarded a solo showcase or be recognized into a group showcase. All artwork must have issue issue suitable for screen in a community setting up frequented by folks of all ages.
Participation is free and artists may well record their function for sale. The city will carry out all income of active displays with the comprehending that 20% of the whole will be donated to the Arts and Culture Commission for the sustainment and expansion of community art offerings. Artists, craftspeople, collectors or nonprofit groups functioning in 3D media may use the library’s screen circumstances on the initially floor.
The commission has 3 significant display screen situations that can be utilised to showcase artwork, show a individual assortment or highlight a nonprofit, amongst other artistic works by using. Individuals and groups are encouraged to reserve exhibit conditions as quickly as possible, as they are generally in large demand.
To get extra data and/or to apply for these opportunities phone Arts and Society Coordinator Isabella Chewning at 928-759-3127 or email her at [email protected]
— Prescott Information Community
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