Last call for Fraser Valley 2013 Biennale

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There's still time for artists to submit their work for consideration in the Fraser Valley Biennale. Submissions in all mediums will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Friday (March 29)  including painting, drawing, installation, photography, sculpture, printmaking, video, film and applied arts.

Applications can be downloaded at www.theactmapleridge.org/Biennale or can be picked up at the ACT.

Artists should be aware that the central mailing address for applications is to the Reach Museum in Abbotsford as is outlined on the application. Any artists living in the Fraser Valley (defined as Hope to Mission) are invited to apply.

About the Fraser Valley Regional Biennale

The Fraser Valley Regional Biennale is a collective art exhibition that celebrates and explores local and regional visual art-making. The project was created in 2011 through a partnership between The Reach Gallery Museum, Abbotsford Arts Council, Mission Arts Council, Maple Ridge Art Gallery and the Langley Arts Council to present a wide range of artwork created by both emerging and professional artists throughout the Fraser Valley. The 1st Fraser Valley Regional Biennale showcased the work of over 80 artists in a wide range of visual art media. For more information on the Fraser Valley Regional Biennale, visit thereach.ca.

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