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Lynchburg Parks and Recreation and 7 Hills Art Club are excited to safely bring people together through art and showcase the talents of local artists! Wander through Riverside Park to enjoy exhibitions of local artists, interactive children’s activities, and live demonstrations including painting and wheel thrown pottery. Art in the Park will also feature an Art Walk on a paved trail with enlarged pictures of famous artwork with descriptions about the artist.
Art in the Park is FREE to attend.
Saturday, May 15, 2021
8:00am – 9:45am Artist Check-In: Drop off artwork and set-up
10:00am – 3:00pm Event
3:00pm – 4:00pm Clean Up
Lynchburg Parks & Recreation and the Seven Hills Art Club are accepting submissions from individual artists for Art in the Park at Riverside Park this May! Artists from the Lynchburg and surrounding areas are encouraged to apply.
All art displayed may be for sale. Artists are welcome to bring additional prints and cards to sell. The artists are responsible for their own artwork and any sales made, managing and accepting payment for artwork sold, including sales tax if applicable. Lynchburg Parks & Recreation will not receive any commission on sales from Art in the Park.
If you would like to apply to hold a live art demonstration, or display and/or sell your work, please fill out the online application linked below.
Artists who are selling and/or displaying work can choose between:
If interested in demonstrating at your table, please indicate so on your application. Participants who demo at their table will receive an additional table to be used for demonstration purposes. Demonstration regulations are as follows:
Artists will need to bring their own easels, and other items needed to display their work. The deadline to display is May 9, 2021.
Please note that the Seven Hills Art Club will be reviewing and selecting work that most clearly aligns with the event mission: to bring our community together by showcasing the talents of local artists through the cultural experience of art.
Contact: Rachel Smith | Community Recreation Programmer, Miller Center | Phone: (434) 455-5874 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org