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Attention artists: CPCC Art Gallery is accepting exhibit proposals
Artists have until August 15 to submit work for consideration
 
Published Wednesday, July 31, 2013
by Staff Reports

The Central Piedmont Community Art Gallery is giving local artists of various media an opportunity to display their work publically. The gallery is accepting submissions for art exhibition proposals now through August 15.

Individuals may submit paintings, drawings, mixed media, photographs, prints, ceramics, sculpture, furniture, jewelry or fiber art for display.

Artists interested in submitting work for consideration should send the following four items to the attention of Gallery Coordinator Grace Cote at Central Piedmont Community College; P.O. Box 35009; Charlotte, NC 29235-5009.

  • 10 to 20 digital images on a CD
  • An image list, detailing the title, date, medium and dimensions of your work
  • A cover letter, detailing your exhibition proposal
  • A resume and biography

All prints and photos must be original and printed by the photographer. Digital submissions will not be considered. There is no entry fee.

Contact Grace Cote at grace.cote@cpcc.edu or by phone at (704) 330-2722 ext. 3183 for more information.

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