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                                Artist Mike Winterbauer at a showing of his artwork in Snoqualmie City Hall.

Courtesy photo Artist Mike Winterbauer at a showing of his artwork in Snoqualmie City Hall.

Snoqualmie Arts Commission seeks artists for City Hall exhibit

Deadline for submission is Jan. 31.

  • Tuesday, January 21, 2020 1:30am
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The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) is seeking artwork to display at Snoqualmie City Hall in 2020.

Shows will feature artists with multiple two-dimensional pieces for rotation, including paintings, pastels, pencil, photography and charcoal artworks.

Following selection, SAC representatives will arrange hanging dates with artists. Artists are expected to help with delivery, set-up and pick-up.

The deadline for submission is Jan. 31. Selection notification will be sent by e-mail on Feb. 20.

Art will hang for three months per show in 2020: April through June and October through December

SAC is looking for artists with a body/series of work for display. Email submissions are preferred. Artists should include the following information with their submission: Name, mailing address, phone number and email address.

Two to four photos of artwork can be submitted and the photo file size should be smaller than 2 MB each.

Email submissions to smayo@snoqualmiewa.gov, or mail to P.O. Box 987, Snoqualmie, WA 98065. A signed responsibility waiver will be required to display artwork.

Rotation artwork may be priced to sell. A Snoqualmie business license is needed to sell artwork and artists are responsible for taxes and collecting money from sales.

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                                Artist Mike Winterbauer at a showing of his artwork in Snoqualmie City Hall.

Courtesy photo Artist Mike Winterbauer at a showing of his artwork in Snoqualmie City Hall.

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