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Art in the Garden -- October Exhibit Call for Entries

Our current year has presented many changes and challenges; the situation where creativity is a true attribute. Art in the Garden is excited to offer a call for all artists in the greater Rockingham County, NC area working in all mediums to share creativity with “The Sound of Fall”, an all media presentation.
Whether capturing the vision of leaves falling, geese flying overhead, new songs, colorful descriptions of the golden world of autumn, there is distinctness to the cooling autumn world. People are returning to life inside closed spaces, clear outside evenings for sunsets and stars and glorious flowers and leaves. Artists express themselves fluidly with color, texture, sound, rhythmic words and verses and many other creative paths. Many artists have been busy working on specific projects, considering how to market artwork to the public when public gatherings are so measured for caution and safety.
“The Sound of Fall” exhibit is an invitation to share work, artist information on upcoming events and support local art. There is no entry fee to participate to ensure all interested artists can participate. All work should be original; there are size limitations for large works- please contact Art in the Garden for more information. Artwork, music, poetry and books, sculpture and handmade crafts may be dropped off at Art in the Garden on open Gallery days and times and by appointment by Friday, October 2. Artwork may be for sale or NFS.
The exhibit is open to the public October 9-30, 2020, during regular gallery hours. Art in the Garden will present work online through several social media platforms with virtual gallery tours, performances and readings. Additional presentation ideas are welcome from artists.  Please visit for gallery details, exhibit and artist information and other information.

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A non-profit community arts organization serving the greater Rockingham County NC area, Art in the Garden promotes artists, education, performance and a creative economy.

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