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Carnegie Galleries 2014 Call to Artists

Keith Bowers
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Noon-3 p.m. Saturday. Closed Sunday., Thursday March 07 | $20 members/$25 non-members for solo shows. $35 members/$40 non-members for group shows.

The Carnegie Art Center has opened its annual Call to Artists for the 2014 exhibition season. More than 30 solo and group shows will be selected for the six galleries in the upcoming season. Any artist living in the U.S. may apply. All media and styles are eligible. There will also be three special exhibitions that will require a proposal or examples of work, along with applications outlining their creative future. Visit them online or call for application details.



Where: Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center
Phone: 859-491-2030
Address: 1028 Scott Blvd.
Website: www.thecarnegie.com

Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center

1028 Scott Blvd.
Covington, Kentucky
41011
 
Key spot in Covington’s growing arts community.
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