Artists invited to submit works for Bunnell 10×10 show

Bunnell Street Arts Center invites artists to submit works for its upcoming Community Supported 10×10 Art Show. Art can be in any media, but must be done on a 10-inch-by-10-inch canvas.“This is a great opportunity for emerging artists to show their work at Bunnell and for established artists to make their work available to the public at an affordable cost,” Bunnell said in its call for artists.

Each work sells for $100, with proceeds split 50/50 between Bunnell and the artist. All artists age 18 and older are welcome. All two-dimensional art must be sized at 10-inches-by-10-inches; artists can purchase canvas or board at a $5 cost. All three-dimensional art must be contained in a 10-inch by 10-inch by 10-inch format. There is no fee for Bunnell members; nonmembers pay a $25 introductory membership fee. Register by Oct. 15 to participate. Works must be received by 5 p.m. Nov. 1. The opening reception is 5 p.m. Nov. 14.

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