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MAGNUM OPUS - 2019 ARTS ON THE COAST ANNUAL EXHIBIT

Date/Time

Jun 27, 2019 to Sep 07, 2019
05:00 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

The Arts on the Coast (AOC) is proud to present its 2019 Annual Exhibit hosted by the Photopoint Gallery and Elmgren's Garden Center in Richmond Hill, GA.

CALL FOR ENTRIES ENDS JUNE 21, 2019
Calling all area artists! The Arts on the Coast is an open and welcoming arts association. This is a juried show. All local area artists are cordially invited and welcome to participate. The exhibit is open and free to the general public.

ENTER THE ART SHOW
Complete an Entry Form: https://artsonthecoast.org/2019-exhibit-entry-form
(Prior to Friday, June 21, 2019 to be Accepted)

PAY THE ENTRY FEE
2019 AOC Member:
https://artsonthecoast.org/shop/2018-aoc-spring-art-show-entry-fee-2018-members
Non-AOC Members: https://artsonthecoast.org/shop/nq8zh66gw0y97z97gpr6is5upj7sm9

EVENTS SCHEDULE
Opening Reception
Thursday, June 27, 2018 - The Dolphin Project Day
5 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Deep South PhotoPoint Gallery
30 Cherokee Street (inside Elmgren's Garden Center)
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Complete Show Dates
June 27 - September 7, 2019
Deep South PhotoPoint Gallery
30 Cherokee Street (inside Elmgren's Garden Center)
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Event Link: https://artsonthecoast.org/2019-annual-exhibit

Cost

Free

Location

View map Deep South Photopoint
30 Cherokee Street
Richmond Hill, GA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Elmgren's Services

Phone

912-756-6706

Contact name

Joy Dunigan

Contact email

joy.dunigan@joysavannah.com

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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