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Submissions open for 10th annual art show

Submissions are open for the 10th annual Community Art Show at Oak St. Church and local artists are invited to share their talent, skill and creativity. The show is Saturday, May 4, 3 – 8 p.m. at 502 Oak St., Silverton. Art submissions are due April 24.

To enter, artists can email [email protected] with a well-lit, in-focus photo of their work and details including title of the piece and medium. Entries are free.

Artists of all ages, skill levels and beliefs are welcome. All media are welcome including paint, ink, graphite, photography, sculpture, fibers/textiles, pottery, mixed-media, and displayable poetry and prose. Unconventional media or work that requires unique display accommodations is welcome. This is an all-ages event so entries must not be graphically violent or sexual. 

Submissions must be ready to hang and must be fully finished. If accepted, artworks should be dropped off at the church by May 3 and picked up no later than May 11.

For information, call curator John Friedrick at 503-314-5806 or email [email protected].

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