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Roar Gallery: Calling All Artists

Calling All Artists

ART EXHIBITION: “Bazaar” Exhibition

WHERE: ROAR! gallery, 22 Vivian St, Wellington

WHEN: 12th-29th May 2005

ROAR! Gallery is an exciting and vibrant gallery in central Wellington that opens its doors to fresh, innovative, original and emerging artists. We will be launching the second highly successful “Bazaar” Exhibition; an opportunity for artists to showcase their art in an exciting environment.

Anything goes…from the bizarre to the ordinary. The exhibition will include a variety of media, ranging from painting, sculpture and ceramics and the grand celebration opening will be from the 12th until the 29th of May.

This is a not to be missed opportunity to be involved in the annual visual bazaar and participation packages can be received up until and including Saturday April the 2nd. All it will cost for artists to be involved will be $20.00 for the submission of 1-4 works and $30.00 for 5-8 pieces. This will cover the costs of refreshments for the opening celebration night, the production of black and white postcard sized invites and the installation of the work.

Don’t hesitate! Contact ROAR! gallery now for a participation package.

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