REGISTRATION DEADLINE is Tuesday, February 28.
The theme of the show, "Interestingly Aged," allows artists a wide range of subjects to explore - anything that has aged in some manner - be creative. Submissions should be artwork that has not been previously shown. Please include 3 - 4 sentences about your artwork (for example: why you painted it; what it means to you; the history of the subject), which will be printed and posted next to your artwork. This exhibit is open to all members and all artwork mediums. Exhibitors will be limited to one piece. If you need help with the writing or have any questions about the show, please feel free to contact Carolyn Gimbrone, Exhibit Coordinator, at 860-643-9310 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sue Hollister will bring her display case (12" x 24" x 24") for small items. Space is limited in the case, so if you would like to show something in the case please let Sue know (860-649-4203) as soon as possible.
No entry fee. This show is open to MAA dues-paid members only. Membership is open to all and is $30.00 per year. Call Doris Phillips (860-243-0420) with membership questions.
Thursday, March 2 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Manchester Town Hall.
Members may exhibit one piece or art. Please attach a note to the back of each piece with your name and the name of the piece. All entries must remain displayed for the duration of the show. Artwork must be clean, in good condition, securely framed and ready to hang with screw eyes and wire (no sawtooth hooks). Inappropriately framed works are subject to refusal. Click http://manchesterart.org/pdfs/maa_framing_guidelines.pdf to read our framing guidelines. Each piece can be no larger than 36 inches in any dimension. Free-standing sculpture may be displayed.
Friday, April 7 from 5 - 7 p.m. More information to come on the reception later.
Thursday, June 8 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Manchester Town Hall.
Call Carolyn (860-643-9310) if you have any questions.
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While entries and accepted artworks will be handled with all possible care, all entrants are required to hold blameless the Manchester Art Association, their agents, representatives, or employees for any claim arising from damage to or loss to entry materials or accepted artworks for any reason whatsoever. Furthermore, the Manchester Art Association and members exonerate the exhibit location (indicated above) from such liability. It is recommended that the artist insure their artwork.