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4th Annual “$100 & Under Exhibit” Relocating to OTC Campus

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The Springfield Regional Arts Council has helped its member artists sell almost $10,000 in art through the annual $100 & Under Exhibit held each December since 2016. In its fourth year, the exhibit is relocating the one-night Art Market to OTC’s Springfield Campus’ Atrium, held on Friday, December 6, 2019, from 5pm to 9pm.

Calls for Artists: "Power of Small"

Finley River Gallery will host their annual juried  “Power of Small” Show Oct. 11-26.  Entries are due Oct. 2-5 1:00.  Entries can of be no larger than 80 sq. Inches, this includes any matting,  it does not include the frame.  This a traditional painting /drawing competition, no prints, digital, computer or photography art.  It must be wired for hanging, and be for sale, if sold a 10%  commission goes to the gallery.  There is a $5 entry for members & $8 for nonmembers.  A limit of 3 entries per person.  Reception & awards will be Oct.

Call for Photographers: The Creative Review Photography Annual

The Creative Review Photography Annual seeks to celebrate great images ⁠— those who take them and those who commission them.

It’s open to everyone involved in the making and use of brilliant photography ⁠— advertising agencies, publishers, galleries, designers, students, brands and, of course, photographers.

Call for Artists: Children's Book Author Seeking Illustrator

Local author is seeking an illustrator for her children's book about foster care children. Preference is for illustrators who create in realism with a magical quality, close-up intimacy, vibrant watercolor paintings, and who will work from existing photographs for reference.

For further information, contact Janel at artsy203@yahoo.com 

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Calls for Vendors: One World Bites & Libations

The Council of Churces invites you to be featured at our first-ever One World Bites and Libations event on October 5, 2019*. Springfield’s newest festival experience billows with tastes, sounds, and entertainment from around the globe. It’s a celebration of diversity. It benefits the Council of Churches of the Ozarks (CCO) programs that provide services to our under-resourced neighbors through nine outreach services including, Crosslines, Ambassadors for Children, and Safe to Sleep.