A Juneteenth Celebration Art Exhibit will be held on June 5-19, 2021, and is open to all artists of color for work based on the theme(s) of ‘The Intersection of Community, Black Joy, Freedom, History, and Education.’
The organizers of West Hartford’s Juneteenth Celebration announce a call to artists for a free art exhibition June 5-19, 2021, at the West Hartford Public Library’s Noah Webster Branch at 20 South Main Street.
- The exhibit will be open during regular hours of library operation (westhartfordlibrary.org).
- The exhibit is open to all artists of color.
- All submitted art will be displayed.
- Accepted media include painting, drawing, photography, graphics, fiber and printmaking.
- Submitted art must be able to be displayed on an easel or stand (preferably provided by artist. If an easel or stand is needed, please note in submission form).
- Artists may submit up to two works.
- Work(s) cannot be larger than 32 inches by 20 inches.
- There is no fee to submit and artists may sell their works.
- Artists must deliver their work to the Noah Webster Library at 20 South Main Street on Friday June 4 between noon-3 p.m.
To register, visit https://bit.ly/33DjbHc.
For questions and additional information, please contact Chuck Coursey at [email protected].
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