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This year’s ArtRich 2017 is going digital with our artwork submissions to allow for easier entries and risk-free judging. If you are an artist who is not confident creating basic digital photo files of your work for submitting, the Richmond Arts Coalition is offering a workshop for you at the Richmond Art Gallery on September 14 from 6pm – 9pm. Artists may bring their artwork to the workshop for help with digitizing for entering into the ArtRich 2017 competition.
Feel free to drop in at any time between 6:00 – 9:00 pm, but please register so that we have an idea of numbers. Registration at Eventbrite here.
More details on the application process for ArtRich 2017 exhibition here.
ArtRich 2017 coordinated by the Richmond Arts Coalition.