Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Calling all artists: Terrain returns for another night of art

Posted By on Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 1:39 PM

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Started in an effort to connect local, upcoming artists with experienced industry professionals, Terrain has seen five successful events over the same number of years.

Now, this evening of art in all modes is set to happen again on October 4 in downtown Spokane and submissions opened this week.

Here are some details about submitting…

Aligned with the Spokane Arts Commission and Fall Visual Arts Tour, a seasoned group of handpicked, local art professionals will carefully review all submissions.

What: Like we said, it’s multimodal! If you have some paintings, drawings or ceramics you want to display, send in a picture. If you want to play some music, send them an .mp3 file. If you want to do some kind of live performance or demonstration, send them a written proposal.

When: All submissions must be in by August 9 at midnight.

Where: You can also get more informationfrom their website or the Facebook page.

Why: Well, if you’re an artist, why not!? This event offers you the chance to meet other artists, make connections and show off your work.

How: Create an account, submit, think positively, do more art, wait to hear back. Hug a puppy.

There will be more information to come as the event draws closer, but in the meantime, make yoursubmissions. If you’re more of an art-looker-at-er, just look forward to checking out the art in early October. 

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