Randolph Arts Guild to host Annual Artist Hang-Up
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Randolph Arts Guild to host Annual Artist Hang-Up

Posted on 11/17/15

Asheboro, NC - Each and every December, the Randolph Arts Guild opens its gallery at 123 Sunset Ave in downtown Asheboro for artists of all media and from all walks of life to share their works of art with the community during its annual Artist's Hang-Up exhibition.  Artists are allowed to bring up to three pieces of his or her art to hang up and display.  The exhibition will cover the walls with artwork from floor to ceiling.  It is free to hang-up your art but donations are always appreciated. 

All works should not have been entered into any past exhibits at the Guild. The art works should be ready to hang and it is the responsibility of artist to select a space and hang their work on a first come first serve basis. The guild will provide hangers, nails, and hammers. Special concerns or considerations should be addressed in advance by calling 336-629-0399 x 23. 

Whether you’re an amateur or a professional, or even if this is the first work of art you’ve ever created, this is the perfect time to share it with others.  All works are to be delivered Saturday, Nov 28th (10am – 2pm), or Monday, Nov. 30th (10am - 5pm).  Artists should make sure that the back of each piece is marked with the artist’s name, address, and title.  If the work is for sale, the price should be listed to include a 25% commission to support the Randolph Arts Guild if the piece sells. 

The Opening Reception will be held Tuesday, December 1st from 5:30pm – 7:30pm and as always the opening reception will be free and open to the public. 

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The Randolph Arts Guild is “Your window to the arts in Randolph County” providing classes, workshops, exhibitions and much, much, more.  For more information please call 336-629-0399, or email [email protected]



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