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Call For Entries- OVAC

24 WORKS ON PAPER CALL FOR ENTRIES A collaboration between Individual Artists of Oklahoma and
Oklahoma Visual Arts CoalitionDeadline:
May 15-16, 2009
24 Works on Paper will travel to locations across the state for one year and debut at the IAO Gallery's new space on Film Row on July 18. Open to Oklahoma artists. Works must be original and completed in the last two years. All forms of works on paper will be considered. Artists may submit up to 3 works, entry is by actual work. Juror is Adrienne Day. This blog post is part of Zemanta's "Blogging For a Cause" campaign to raise awareness and funds for worthy causes that bloggers care about.


  1. so glad we found your wonderful blog tonight!
    have a great week
    mona & the girls

  2. Are you entering?
    I have never entered a Juried show before...but I don't live in Oklahoma...
    So pleased you love the painting, and that it arrived safetly.
    Have a wonderful week.

  3. awwww look at me-------------> I am unsure why my blog wasn't working I didn't set it to private hmm Yes yes yes we where meant to be Miss. Carolina E.

  4. Cheers to all campaigns that raise awareness and funds for worthy causes! Are you taking part?

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