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Artists 60 and up sought for Master Visual Artists exhibition

Shirley McMarlin
| Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, 10:15 a.m.
Nominations are open until Nov. 30 for an upcoming “Master Visual Artists: Preserving the Legacy” exhibition featuring area artists 60 and older.
Nominations are open until Nov. 30 for an upcoming “Master Visual Artists: Preserving the Legacy” exhibition featuring area artists 60 and older.

Nominations of artists 60 and older are being sought for an upcoming “Master Visual Artists: Preserving the Legacy” exhibition.

Ten regional artists will be selected for the seventh exhibition sponsored by the Murrysville-based group. The group’s previous exhibition was held in 2013 at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.

To be nominated, the artist should:

• Be at least 60 years of old

• Have a noticeable career of artistic attainment

• Still be creating

• Have made a measurable impact on the Southwest Pennsylvania community

Deadline for nominations of artist names only is Nov. 30. Names should be sent to info@mastervisualartists.org.

After review of names, nominees will be asked to submit 10 works in digital form, with an emphasis on recent work, along with a brief biography highlighting career accomplishments to the present.

New submissions are not required of nominees who have submitted works in the past, but are welcome.

Details: mastervisualartists.org

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, smcmarlin@tribweb.com or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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