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Gallery Extends Submission Date for Youth Artwork

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FVAC Extends Date for Submissions of Youth Artwork for Fisher Gallery Exhibit
 
Each year the FVAC Fisher Gallery hosts a youth exhibit for the community. High School submissions are extended to April 1.  Deliveries to Fisher Gallery Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm, Monday and Tuesday 10am - 6pm.
 
FVAC invites all area High School students exploring their creativity with visual arts including drawings, paintings, photography, prints, mixed media and sculpture.  Works must be delivered with completed submission forms to FVAC Fisher Gallery, 25 Arts Center Lane, Avon, CT.  A small submission fee applies.
 
New in 2014, FVAC hosts Cathy Malloy, CEO Greater Hartford Arts Council, Hartford to jury and select the High School artwork and awards for the April exhibit.  Join everyone at FVAC, Cathy Malloy and all families for the awards and opening reception on April 5, 2-4p.m.

The Farmington Valley Arts Center is located at 25 Arts Center Lane in Avon Park North, Avon, Connecticut. From Route 44, turn onto Ensign Drive, and Arts Center Lane is the second left. Parking is free. For additional information, call 860-678-1867 or visit www.artsfvac.org.

Susan Prentice March 28, 2014 at 05:08 PM
This is a great opportunity for talented students to show their work and attain bragging rights. But it is also a great learning experience to learn about displaying and presenting your work. As artists, it may be something you will be doing throughout your entire creative life. And maybe you can shake hands with the Governor's wife!! Go for it!

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