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Labyrinth Arts Festival Call to Artists

Keith Bowers
Wednesday April 10 | $60 prior to March 1. $70 afterwards.

 Any local artists interested in participating in the festival should download the Artist Application from the website and submit the form to Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church. Booth spaces will be approximately 8 feet by 8 feet.  Artists handle their own sales and will retain 100% of their sales revenue. All submissions must be made by August 30, 2013.  



Where: Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church
Address: 2710 Newtown Road, Cincinnati
Website: www.labyrinthartsfestival.org
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