Heritage in action

The Campbell River Arts Council is accepting submissions for it’s Annual Photo Show

The Campbell River Arts Council is accepting submissions for it’s Annual Photo Show to be held at the Sybil Andrews Cottage from February 18 to March 8, 2013.

These dates are planned to overlap with Heritage Week (Feb.18-24).  The theme for this year’s show is Campbell River Businesses – Heritage in Action!  The Arts Council is looking for photographers to submit work of local businesses or business people that display the unique character of our community. Prizes will be awarded, one Juried and one People’s Choice. Two works may be submitted due to limited space. Submissions will be accepted at the Sybil Andrews Cottage, 2131 South Island Highway, Feb. 11 – 14, from 1 pm to 4 pm.  For more information contact the Arts Council at 923-0213 or admin@crarts.ca

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