The Ballard Senior Center is hosting a Art, Wine & Chocolate event. Thursday, August 18th at 5PM.
We are looking for local artists to sell their work. The space is free, and the Center takes only 10% of sales.
We have a few 6 foot tables available to use, as well as a few 6 ft wire panels for display. Your own display/setup is welcome.
Looking for all types of art…Please submit a link to your website or submit 3-4 images of your work. We will be accepting 15 artists. Decisions will be made and emails will go out by July 25th (If not earlier.)
I am excited to submit my interest in participating in the BSC art, wine, and chocolate event! My sample work is compiled in the google slide below.
Please let me know if you have any questions and have a great week!
I would like to add a submission to the Ballard Senior Center Event. Linked below is my website, and social media, featuring several different works, all of which are readily available for showing/selling.
Thank you for responding to our call. Unfortunately, we have exceeded our limit of artists and are unable to offer you a spot. Love your work however, and will keep you in mind for next year! Sincerely,
Ballard Senior Center
I would like to submit my work for consideration for this show on August 18th. Here are links to my website and Instagram page.
Thank you for your consideration.
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