Arts and Design Society’s “The Zodiac” Show
ADSO is calling on all artists to participate in the show, which runs Oct. 1-11. All art, in any media, must contain at least one symbol of the Zodiac (inspired by Beachcomber’s Horrorscopes, perhaps?). Cash awards! Turn in work Saturday, Sept. 28, 9 AM-noon, and Monday, Sept. 30, 9 AM-noon. Copy of entry form and additional details at artsdesignsociety.org.
Northwest Florida Fair Fine Arts Show for Adults and Students
ADSO invites all artists to participate in the show, happening Sept. 24-28. Cash awards! Turn in work Friday, Sept. 20, noon-5 PM, and Saturday, Sept. 21, 9 AM-noon. Entry fee for adults is $30 per piece, up to five pieces; for high school and middle school students, $2 per piece, up to five pieces. Northwest Florida State College Professor of Fine Arts Stephen Phillips will judge the adult art. Visit artsdesignsociety.org for a copy of the entry form, and call 850-244-1271 for more info.
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