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Call for Art: Issaquah Goes Apples!

Call for Local Youth & Teen Art

Issaquah Goes Apples!

Exhibition: October 21, 2017
Submission Deadline: October 9, 2017

Curators: Ekta Gupta & Rebecca Morrissey

 

Fresh, by Ekta Gupta

Fresh, by Ekta Gupta

The Downtown Issaquah Association and artEAST invite you to Go Apples!!! 

We are holding an art competition, with the opportunity to have your artwork displayed at our gallery. Anyone between the ages of 5 and 18 who lives in Issaquah is welcome to participate. Art will be displayed at various downtown Issaquah locations, with winners on display in our gallery! The grand prize is an art session at artEAST. Let’s see your work — we love creativity!

Here’s how to join in the fun: make some art related to apples, and send us an image of the finished work to goapples@arteast.org by October 9. Check all the details below for more information.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: October 9, 2017, midnight 
Art Intake: Thursday, October 19, artEAST, 95 Front St N, Issaquah
Exhibition: October 21, 2017

Submission Guidelines

This is an open call to young local artists for a juried exhibition.

  • Artists must be between the ages of 5 and 18, and live in Issaquah.
  • All artwork should be 2-dimensional, be related to apples, and be no larger than 10”x12”.
  • Acceptable media: paint, watercolor, crayon, pencil, photography.

To apply to the exhibition

1.  Make some art using paint, watercolor, crayon, pencil, or your camera, that is about apples somehow.

2. Take a picture of your art and make sure it’s a JPG or PDF file that is less than 2MB in size.

3. Send us the following information by email to goapples@arteast.org:

  • The picture of your art, usually attached as an image file
  • Your full name
  • Your age
  • A phone number where we can reach you if needed

That’s it — easy! We can’t wait to see what you send. If you have any questions, please email goapples@arteast.org or call (425) 392-3191.

 

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