A&E briefs — Feb. 10, 2021

  • Wednesday, February 10, 2021 1:30am
  • Life

Call for art

The Olympic Peninsula Art Association announced last week a call to artists for its “Small Treasures” Virtual Spring Show and Fundraiser.

Artists may showcase their work with a donation to OPAA while helping fund community projects OPAA undertakes including an annual scholarship and donations to various community organizations.

Works can be any medium, sized to fit into a 10.5-inch by 16-inch mailing envelope. Complete details are available on the OPAA website at opaagroup.org.

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