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eARTh Show – Call to Artists — April 23, 2011

Call to Artists for eARTh Show!
The 2011 Whole Earth and Watershed Festival
Call to local artists for it’s eARTh Show
Saturday April 23rd from 10am to 3pm.
at City Hall in Redding CA
The purpose of the annual Whole Earth and Watershed
Festival is to bring the community together to celebrate Earth Day (April 22)
and Watershed Awareness Month (May), raise awareness of ways we can care for our
environment, and encourage the sustainable growth of our region.
There are 2 ways for interested artists to
participate in the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival eARTh Show this
  1. Artists of all ages can submit work for
    consideration in the 2011 Juried eARTh Show Exhibition (FREE). Work can
    be any style or medium but must relate directly to the environment and issues of
    sustainability. Up to three images of work(s) to be considered for the juried
    exhibition should be submitted digitally by email to the address below in JPG
    format with an application by April 8th. Artists will be notified April
    15th of inclusion in the show and their artwork will be
    displayed at the Festival on April 23, 2011.
  2. Artist Vendors can sell their arts and crafts
    at a booth at the Festival ($25). Artists are requested to offer for sale only
    items that relate directly to the environment and sustainability, and/or are
    made from natural, recycled, or repurposed materials. eARTh Show Vendor
    are due by April 8th.
**All Artists must fill out an eARTh Show
Application available on our website : www.wholeearthandwatershedfestival.org
Date & Time
of Festival:
Saturday April 23rd,
2011, 10 am to 3 pm
Redding City Hall
Sculpture Park and Community Room 777 Cypress Ave., Redding,
Deadline for Applications: April 8th, 2011
Notification of inclusion in Juried
April 15th, 2011
Price: Free for juried exhibition or $25 for a booth
Contact: Guenn Johnsen-Gentry at johnsengentry@att.net or Peggy Rebol at wewf2011@gmail.com with

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