2/19/2014 10:28:00 AM Art exhibition program rotates display at library
March 14 for May display period.
April 11 for display period June.
May 9 for display period July.
June 13 for display period August.
July 11 for display period September.
August 8 for display period October.
September 12 for display period. November
October 10 for display period December.
November for display period January 2015.
Special to the Tribune
Professional or amateur artists are invited to participate in the Prescott Valley art exhibition program that rotates art submissions every 30 to 60 days.
The display is located at the Prescott Valley Public Library and juried by town staff. Submissions "should reflect the history and artistic, cultural and natural diversity of the region," according to the program criteria.
All work must be original and created solely by the artist in two or three-dimensional media.
In addition, artwork must contain text or graphics, or both, that are suitable for display in a public building frequented by persons of all ages. The Arts and Culture Commission will schedule the exhibits in advance.
The exhibit is designed to help in fostering public awareness of arts and culture and increase public knowledge of the town's resources.
The display is located on the first and second floors of the library. More than one artist's works may be exhibited at one time.
Each exhibition gets publicized through press releases sent to area media, galleries and art organizations and on the town's website. Selection of work will be based upon artistic excellence.
According to Parks and Recreation Director Brian Witty, the town encourages exhibitions of art and 160 linear feet of space is available for the displays.
For submission guidelines and to download or print the application, visit the town's Website at www.pvaz.net and click on Parks and Recreation, then the Arts, Culture and Special Events link.
For more information, call the Parks and Recreation Department at 928-759-3090.