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Arts Alive Tullahoma: New Regional Show Seeks Artists

Calling all artist. Calling all artist.

Paintings, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, and more will return to the sprawling South Jackson Civic Center front lawn on May 27 and 28 as Arts Alive Tullahoma premiers as the area’s newest, juried art show.

A trio of organizations – the Tullahoma Art Center, Tullahoma Arts Council, and South Jackson Civic Center – will host the event. They’re actively seeking artisans and craftspeople in southern, middle Tennessee to participate.

Interested artists are asked to submit up to two pieces of finished work for judging. Juried media will include drawing, painting, photography, digital design, both contemporary and traditional crafts, sculpture, pottery, wood, and glass.

Judges will award a $500 cash prize for Best of Show and $500 award for Best Craft as well as $100 for other select categories.

Festival guidelines and a registration form can be found at the City of Tullahoma’s website. The registration deadline is April 2.

Organizers will offer 10×10 booth spaces for $75 and the event takes place rain or shine.

The historic South Jackson Civic Center is located at 404 South Jackson Street in Tullahoma. For more information, visit the events Facebook page or check out the Tullahoma Art Council and Tullahoma Arts Center online. •

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This entry was posted on February 9, 2018 by in Arts & Culture, Festivals, News.
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