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ArtWalk '11 - Thousand Oaks, CA - June 4-5 '11

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ArtWalk '11 - Thousand Oaks, CA - June 4-5 '11

Postby Charles » Tue Mar 01, 2011 10:13 am

CALL TO ARTISTS

Thousand Oaks, CA. ArtWalk ‘11 is accepting applications for the annual juried fine arts and designer crafts exhibition scheduled for June 4th and 5th.

This is an outdoor event sponsored by the Conejo Valley Art Museum and will feature over 150 artists in acrylic/oil painting, ceramics, drawings/graphics, designer crafts and textiles, glass, jewelry, photography, sculpture, water painting and mixed media.

Artists, food concessionaires, musicians and volunteers are welcome to participate.

For more information or an application, see the Museum’s website: http://www.cvam.us or call 805-492-8778.


Thank you


CONTACT:

Conejo Valley Art Museum

Julie Webb, ArtWalk ‘11 Coordinator

Phone: 805 490 2123

Email: bjwebb323@verizon.net
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