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Open Call for Submissions: "Citizen's Coping"

Thursday, March 26
8AM
Higher Art Gallery, TC
Art
Free

Artists of all mediums are invited to examine how the last four years have changed them personally (or not), & express how the actions of this administration has affected them. NEW: Examine the effects of COVID-19 as well. Deadline to apply & enter submission is: 9/5/2020. Show Opens: 10/9/2020.

https://www.higherartgallery.com/calls-for-art?utm_campaign=7f5bf63a-73b8-4ce3-8f8c-07ad4c755c8f&utm_source=so&utm_medium=mail&cid=eb482774-c704-42f1-b837-d0ffd856d02c

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