Comox Airport seeking art entries

Coverage area of program includes Parksville and Qualicum Beach

The Comox Valley Airport Commission and the Comox Valley Community Arts Council are seeking submissions for the 2012 Art and Culture Program at the Comox Valley Airport. This year’s exhibition will run from the fall of 2012 to spring of 2013.

In this call for submission, the airport is seeking two and three-dimensional art pieces that are representative of the unique people, places and environment of Northern Vancouver Island.

Art submissions may be in the form of paintings, original prints, photography, mixed media, textiles and/or sculpture.

The contest is open to all artists residing in the Comox Valley Airport’s catchment area of Northern Vancouver Island. Boundaries include Qualicum Beach, Parksville, Port Alberni and Ucluelet in the south; the Pacific Ocean to the west; Texada, Denman, Hornby, Quadra, Cortes, Alert Bay and Sointula to the east; and the Pacific Ocean to the north.

 

Download the submission guidelines by visiting www.comoxairport.com and look under Airport Services/Art and Culture Program for details.

 

 

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