Public Art Commission issues “Call to Artists”

Exhibits will provide for the display of public art murals throughout Wake Forest from July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2023.

From the Town of Wake Forest for The White Street Journal

The Wake Forest Public Art Commission (PAC) is issuing a “Call to Artists” for its fourth annual Spotlight on Wake Forest Artists Exhibit. These exhibits will provide for the display of public art murals throughout Wake Forest from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023

Wake Forest Guild Artists, Wake Forest-area high school students, and artists residing in Wake Forest and its ETJ are invited to submit one piece of original art for consideration for the Spotlight on Wake Forest Artists Exhibit. 

The Call to Artists is open at https://www.publicartist.org/call.cfm through Sunday, Jan. 31.

An Artist Selection Committee comprised of arts professionals and representatives of the Town of Wake Forest, the PAC and Wake Forest Downtown will select the works of art for the exhibit. Selections will be based on artistic excellence and the goal of exhibiting a variety of styles and media in appropriate sites.

For more information, contact Renaissance Centre Specialist Debra Horton at 919-435-9566 or dhorton@wakeforestnc.gov.  

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