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The Library Gallery Exhibition Competition

The Montpelier Arts Center announces its biennial competition to select 8-10 two-month long exhibitions to be held in the Library Gallery. To be eligible, artists must reside in Maryland. The judge may elect to exhibit artist who apply for solo shows or artists who apply as groups. An honorarium of $300 will be presented for each exhibition to the artist or artists exhibiting.

For more information please contact The Montpelier Arts Center: 301-377-7800, 410-792-0664

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