Sequim panel seeks artists for ‘Fluidity’ exhibit

SEQUIM — The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries of art, in any medium, for “Fluidity,” the commission’s next exhibit to be on digital display beginning July 3.

The exhibit celebrates all things flowing, such as a landscape painting portraying a river, a glass of wine being poured, or a flowing cloth sculpture.

The deadline for submissions is 4 p.m. Monday, June 8; only digital applications will be considered.

To enter, complete the form at this link which allows you to download up to three images (preferably 300 dpi) per entry: form.jotform.com.

All entries will be juried by the CAAC on June 11, and artists will be notified of their status by June 15.

For complete entry guidelines and exhibit information, visit the city website at www.sequim wa.gov, or contact arts coordinator Aurora Lagattuta at [email protected] sequimwa.gov or 360-582-2477.

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