Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour calls for artists
Visual artists looking to participate in the 8th annual Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour should submit their applications by Feb. 1.
The tour is scheduled for June 22-23.
Loudoun artists working in all fine art media can apply to this juried event. Those selected will open their studios to the public for two days, exposing their work to visitors from the metropolitan region. Last year’s tour brought more than 1,000 visitors into 50 studios, allowing artists to connect with a targeted audience to increase their visibility and sales.
Professional and emerging visual artists whose studios in western Loudoun County meet specified criteria may apply as Studio Artists. Loudoun artists who do not have a western Loudoun studio suitable for visitors may apply as guest artists. Two- or three-dimensional work will be considered, including painting, drawing, fiber art, wood, ceramics, photography, sculpture and jewelry.
The complete application and all requirements are online at http://www.last.org/onlineentry.htm Postm.arked deadline for submission is Feb. 1 and all applicants will be notified by March 1.
The Studio Tour promotes Loudoun art and artists while drawing attention to the county as a cultural and scenic destination. The tour is a joint project of Franklin Park Arts Center, Friends of Franklin Park Arts Center, ArtSquare/Loudoun Academy of the Arts Foundation and Round Hill Arts Center.
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