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City Of Shelby Seeks Artwork And Books From Shelbians

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/27/2013

The city of Shelby announces a call to artists and authors.

The city is requesting artwork of various mediums from local artists, who live in or are from Shelby.

The art includes, but is not limited to - paintings, pottery, glass and other mediums.

Wall art should be ready to hang with all artwork being reviewed before it is displayed at Shelby City Hall.

The city is also accepting written works from local authors with those books also to be put on display at Shelby City Hall.

For more information, contact Shelby Community an Economic Development Coordinator Christina Thompson at the City of Shelby at 43 West Main Street, by phone at 419-347-5131, fax at 419-347-1193 or at [email protected].

 

   
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