Charlotte Hall Vets Home’s “Call for Artists” for annual Spring Art Show

News Release, Charlotte Hall Veterans Home and Charles County Art Alliance

Theme is “Artists Choice”
Deadline to Submit: June 3, 2019

Charlotte Hall Veterans Home, in partnership with the Charles County Art Alliance, is now accepting submissions for their Spring Art Show, a multi-media exhibit, to be held at Charlotte Hall Veterans Home, 29449 Charlotte Hall Road, Charlotte Hall, MD 20622, from July 3, 2019 to January 31, 2020. The gallery will be presented along the E-Wing Dining Hallway.

Local artists are invited to submit a maximum of two works of art for consideration (there is no submission fee). Artwork entries must be submitted electronically as digital images (jpegs) attached to an email sent to[email protected]

The email must include:

• Artist’s name
• Artist’s mailing address
• Artist’s email address
• Artist’s phone number
• Artist’s biography (1/4-page max, in MS-Word)
• Artist’s headshot (jpeg)
• Title of artwork
• Medium/materials used
• Size/dimensions
• Year created
• Price, if applicable

Selections will be made by the Charlotte Hall Gallery Committee and the artists will be notified by
January 21, 2019. All artwork must be wired and ready to hang.

“Meet the Artists” Public Reception date June 22, 2019 1pm-3pm, at the Charlotte Hall Veterans Home E-Wing Multi-Purpose Room, to honor all the artists participating in the prior show.

For more information on the gallery please contact Angela @ Charlotte Hall Veterans Home
301-884-8171 ext. 403, or[email protected]

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