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Friday, April 10, 2015

Call for entries: Argenta ArtWalk

Posted By on Fri, Apr 10, 2015 at 11:58 AM

click to enlarge Matt McLeod 2013 painting fopr an Argenta Arts Festival.
  • Matt McLeod 2013 painting fopr an Argenta Arts Festival.

Independent artists take note: The Argenta CDC is inviting you to take part in Argenta ArtWalk, the monthly third Friday after-hours gallery stroll in downtown North Little Rock. The CDC provides 10-by-10-foot booths; you provide the tables, chairs and other furnishings. To apply, send three jpgs of work to be sold in your booth to dpatton@argentadc.org or call 517-3127 for an application. Booths are $30.

The CDC is theming upcoming ArtWalks, but the themes are just suggestions, created to jive with other events going on in Argenta. Here's the schedule; note submission deadlines.

April 17: Self- and other portraits. April 16 is submission deadline.
May 15: An emphasis on crafts — pottery, wood-working, etc. May 1 is submission deadline.
June 19: Food-related art. June 5 deadline
July 17: Movie and dance-related artwork. July 3 deadline.
Aug. 21: Dog-related art for the dog days. Sept. 4 deadline


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