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Look Show looking for artists

The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria is calling all artists to enter their artwork in the 14th annual Look Show

The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria is calling all artists to enter their visual artwork in the 14th annual Look Show, April 11 to 27 at the Bay Centre, downtown location.

The Look Show is open to all visual artists (2D and 3D) from practicing to emerging artists.

All works entered become part of the show. Visual arts, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, photography, mixed media, fiber, clay, glass and crafts, will be accepted. Maximum size is 36” by 36”, and a maximum of two pieces per artist.

Entry fees: CACGV members $15 per piece, non-members $35 per piece. All pieces submitted are to be original work.

Art intake is Saturday, March 30 and Sunday, March 31, at the Bay Centre, third floor, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Artists are required to bring all forms, payment and artwork.

For more details and to enter go to cacgv.ca or call 250-475-7123.

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