Arts & Culture Commission seeks art for PV Public Library
Artists, collectors, craftspeople and nonprofits who work in 2D media are encouraged to apply for the Town of Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Commission’s Public Art Exhibition Program.
In 2021, the commission wants to fill Prescott Valley Public Library, 7401 E. Skoog Blvd., with arts, crafts, and creativity. This includes the library’s walls and the 3D displays in its display cases.
Professional or amateur local artists who work in 2D media are encouraged to apply. The display is on the first and second floors of the library.
Artists may be awarded a solo showcase or be accepted into a group showcase. All artwork must contain subject matter suitable for display in a public building frequented by persons of all ages.
Participation is free and artists may list their work for sale. The town will conduct all sales of active displays with the understanding that 20% of the total will be donated to the Arts and Culture Commission for the sustainment and expansion of public art offerings. Artists, craftspeople, collectors or nonprofit groups working in 3D media may use the library’s display cases on the first floor.
The commission has three large display cases that can be used to showcase artwork, exhibit a personal collection or highlight a nonprofit, among other creative uses. Individuals and groups are encouraged to reserve display cases as soon as possible, as they are typically in high demand.
To get more information and/or to apply for these opportunities call Arts and Culture Coordinator Isabella Chewning at 928-759-3127 or email her at email@example.com.
— Prescott News Network
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