City of Sequim seeks submissions for ‘Youthful Expressions’ exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries for “Youthful Expressions”

The City Arts Advisory Commission (CAAC) is seeking entries for the next digital exhibit, “Youthful Expressions,” slated to be displayed online at the City of Sequim website (www.sequimwa.gov) starting Dec. 4.

The exhibit asks artists to share their “youthful expressions” or perspectives of hope, joy and play found during the COVID-19 pandemic, asking youths to consider what gives them hope and/or makes them smile.

“On a deeper level this exhibit invites artists to imagine Sequim’s best possible future and how to playfully moves towards it as a community,” exhibit organizers say.

Artists of all mediums — including painters, sculptors, poets, storytellers, performers and musicians — are welcome to apply. “Youthful Expressions” is an all-ages exhibit and will feature some submissions from Sequim High School.

The deadline for submissions is 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11; only digital applications will be considered.

To enter, complete the document at form.jotform.com/alagattuta/youthful-expressions.

Artists will be notified of their status via email by Nov. 13.

The exhibit will run through March 1.

For complete entry guidelines and exhibit information, www.sequimwa.gov/694/Call-for-Artists-City-Arts-Advisory-Comm, or contact arts coordinator Aurora Lagattuta at alagattuta@sequimwa.gov or 360-582-2477.

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