Artists should register for Art Fest which will be held in Vanderhoof April 27 to May 25

Artists should register for Art Fest which will be held in Vanderhoof April 27 to May 25

  • Feb. 29, 2012 5:00 p.m.

Remember now is the time to register for Arts Fest 2012, taking place – April 27 – May 25, 2012 the annual juried art exhibition for emerging artists, coordinated by the Central Interior Regional Arts Council. Arts Fest 2012 will be held this spring in Vanderhoof.

You can pick up entry forms at the College of New Caledonia in Vanderhoof, download a form online at www.nechakoarts.com or you can pick one up at Process 4 circle arts Gallery in Burns Lake. Entry deadline is March 15, 2012.

Works that pass the jury will go on tour in selected galleries and showings throughout the Central Interior region.

A call went out a few months ago for submissions for Northern artists, by Ridley Terminals of Prince Rupert, Inc. Ridley Terminals will spend $50,000 on pieces of art from Northern B.C.

 

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