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Art in City Hall – "Our Town"

Art in City Hall receiving will be Saturday, July 18, 10am-2pm at Alexandria City Hall, 2nd floor (please use the Cameron Street entrance). The theme is “Our Town”. Work should feature images of Alexandria or works about Alexandria, the diverse population that makes up our city, the varied daily activities of the city, and the historical events that define what Alexandria is today.

Work not selected MUST be picked up on Sunday, July 19 from 12 noon-4pm. (If not picked up, work will be delivered to The Art League Gallery at 4:00 pm and a $5 per day per piece storage fee will be charged.)

For a full prospectus, please e-mail gallery@theartleague.org or pick one up in The Art League Gallery.

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