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Young Artists on the Edge Competition in Auburn Area





The Auburn Arts Commission is pleased to present a juried art competition open to graduating  High School Seniors from the Greater Auburn area served by Placer, Colfax, Foresthill, and Chana High Schools.

Prize money has been privately donated with First Prize $500, Second Prize $300, and Third Prize $200.

There is no fee to enter. Just bring your ID and your art work to the Rose Room in Auburn City Hall at 1225 Lincoln Way on Monday, April 7 between 4 and 5:30 pm.

Entries selected for the show will hang in the City Hall Gallery from April 8 through June 4.  There will be a public reception for the artists at the City Hall Gallery on April 10 from 6 to 9:00.

This is the first night of the Auburn Art Walk, so it will coincide with this event. 

Questions?  Please call 530-820-3644.

To learn more about the Auburn Arts Commission, visit www.auburnartscommission.info


 





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