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2021 Fine Art Showcase on Display Now Featured

LaToya Muse October 10, 2021 39

 October is National Arts and Humanities Month.

 

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  • The Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Division is showcasing talented local artists
  • The theme is “Nostalgia” 
  • There are 56 pieces of art from 22 different artists
  • Guests are invited to tour the Fine Art Showcase, on display through November 7
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Come see 56 pieces of art from 22 different artists

October is National Arts and Humanities Month and to celebrate, the Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Division is showcasing talented local artists in their annual juried show, the 2021 Fine Art Showcase. 

 


This year’s theme, “Nostalgia,” has drawn 56 pieces of art from 22 different artists. Winners will be selected for categories of painting, drawing, 2-D mixed media, and sculpture to receive special recognition and prizes for their themed content and incredible skill. 

 

 


Guests are invited to tour the Fine Art Showcase, which is currently on display through November 7, 2021 at the Prescott Valley Public Library, located at 7401 E Skoog Boulevard, during regular business hours (M-Th 9AM-7PM, F 9AM-5PM, Sat 9AM-3PM, Sun 1PM-5PM). 

 

 


If you have any questions, comments, or inquiries about the 2021 Fine Art Showcase, please contact Coleen Bornschlegel at 928-759-3127 or arts&This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

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