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A.R.T. seeks new participants for 2017

SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa -- The 14th annual Artisans Road Trip (A.R.T.) is looking for artists for the coming year. The deadline for applications is Jan. 16. All disciplines and mediums are accepted -- painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media, jewelry,...

SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa - The 14th annual Artisans Road Trip (A.R.T.) is looking for artists for the coming year.

The deadline for applications is Jan. 16. All disciplines and mediums are accepted - painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media, jewelry, fabric, wood, photography, pottery and more.

A.R.T. is an open studio tour hosted every fall during the second weekend in October.  In addition to the October event, participating artists also benefit from year-round advertising with thousands of brochures distributed; a regularly updated blog; 24/7 website; and six group gallery exhibitions are scheduled in 2017 from Storm Lake, Iowa, to Fairmont.

All artists in the region are encouraged to apply for the upcoming 2017 season. A.R.T. is organized and run by artists for artists who work together to increase art exposure, introduce new art styles to the community and new customers to local artists.  

For more information, links to the official A.R.T. blog and current artist biographies, as well as a downloadable .PDF of the 2017 Artist Application & Prospectus, go to www.artisansroadtrip.com . For more information, contact chairperson Haley Tardiff at d3monicat@gmail.com .

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