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Call for Submissions and Public Art Exhibition
Port Angeles Arts Council invites artists from the Olympic Peninsula (Clallam Jefferson, Mason, Mason, Grays Harbor) to submit entries for the
Art on the Town exhibition of public art
Our mission: To create a dynamic and constantly changing art exhibition to the city of Port Angeles. Art on the Town runs for a whole year throughout the heart of.
Port Angeles. The Exposure project has proven to be a huge success. 40 works of art were purchased and commissioned by artists since the beginning.
Art on the Town. The outdoor event will showcase selected artists’ work on the downtown waterfront as well as pocket parks, sidewalks and pockets.
Art on the Town encourages multi-faceted galleries, with guided tours scheduled for the week and Second Satuday gallery openings. Self-guided Walking
You can promote your tour with simple-to-use guides to sculpture. The variety of visitors to the sculptures creates a an excellent market for marketing
Participant artwork is available for sale. The Oregonian, South Sound magazine and the Seattle Times have published articles about previous exhibitions.
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