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National Arts Program

By Joe Starkey

 

 

The Nations Arts Program™ will be giving Abilene artists of all ages and levels of skill opportunity to exhibit their work and compete for cash prizes and continuing education scholarships. It is FREE to all. Sponsored in part by the city of Abilene, it is open to all City of Abilene employees, residents and their families.You must register by Friday, April 10th, 2009. Forms may be picked up at the Contemporary Arts Center, contact Sybra Phillips at saybra@center-arts.com or call 325-677-8389. All work must be delivered to 220 Cypress on Friday, April 24 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.Medium categories include painting , works on paper, photography, sculpture, crafts and mixed media. Prizes and awards will be given by classification for Adult , youth under 12 and youth 12-18 and a Best of Show Award of $300.00 will be awarded. The show will hang from May 9th thru the 30th at the Contemporary Arts Center on 220 Cypress in downtown Abilene.

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