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'Just dance': a callout to Surrey visual artists

The Slipper by Brenda Hill is among the entries in the upcoming Just Dance exhibit, a juried exhibition presented in April by the Arts Council or Surrey at the Newton Cultural Centre. - BRENDA HILL
The Slipper by Brenda Hill is among the entries in the upcoming Just Dance exhibit, a juried exhibition presented in April by the Arts Council or Surrey at the Newton Cultural Centre.
— image credit: BRENDA HILL

The Arts Council of Surrey is calling on artists to submit works for an upcoming juried art exhibit presented at the Newton Cultural Centre.

Entitled, "Just Dance", the April show is the latest in the Arts Council of Surrey's "just series."

Last year's Just Birds featured more than 150 entries.

Any 2-D artworks with dance as the subject will be considered.

The fees are one image for $10, two for $20 and three for $30.

Accepted works will be on display April 5-30, with opening reception April 6, 1-2:30.  Digital Entry deadline is March 15, at  4 p.m.  Information at info@artscouncilofsurrey.ca or 604-594-2700.



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