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Ground Floor Artists in Surprise puts out call for juried show

Posted 1/13/23

Ground Floor Artists has put out a new call to artists for the Surprise-based gallery.

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THINGS TO DO

Ground Floor Artists in Surprise puts out call for juried show

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Ground Floor Artists has put out a new call to artists for the Surprise-based gallery.

The exhibit is titled Spring Fever and the deadline to enter is Friday, Jan. 20. This is a juried exhibit open to all artists.

The juried exhibit will be on display Feb. 1 through March 25.

To enter go to the website groundfloorartist.com/call-to-artists.
Call 623-440-7083 for information.

Ground Floor Artists, 13343 W Foxfire Drive, Suite 3, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to be a collaborative hub that encourages creative development by making available studios, instructional spaces, and exhibition opportunities, while increasing community awareness and providing support for the arts in the West Valley.