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Local Artist Submissions Due April 10

April 6, 2010 By Brendan McKenna

The April 10 submission deadline is rapidly approaching for the two open shows that are to be held starting on June 13.

All submissions must be postmarked (or with an e-mail date) by April 10.  There is a $25 entry fee that will be returned to applicants who are unsuccessful.

The shows are a part of the Queens Arts Express, a borough-wide arts festival along the 7 train.  For more information, and a prospectus, visit the Sunnyside Artists website.

Details of the two shows are as follows:

“Portrait of the Exquisite” is an exhibition where the successful artists’ work(s) will be displayed at Bliss Bistro for five weeks.

“Sunnyside Artists Queen of Angels Art Fair III,” is a one-day event, with space for 23 artists to exhibit and sell artwork.

Both “Portrait of the Exquisite” and the fair are open to artists or photographers who live or work in the Sunnyside-Woodside area and are 18 years of age or older. Artists can enter into both contests.

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