Amersham Festival of Art 2017 – CALL FOR ENTRIES

Thursday, August 24th, 2017
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CALL FOR ENTRIES!!

Time is ticking by so quickly…therefore today marks the official launch of Amersham Festival of Arts 2017! If you are a budding artist, have a wealth of artistic knowledge or perhaps just want to try something completely different, then the Amersham Festival of Arts maybe just the event you could get involved in! From today, we are calling for entries to this year’s Exhibition and would like to hear from anyone that has some art-work they would like to share with the Community! See the Arts Festival Entry Form & General Information below and get in touch with us here at the ATC Office on 01494 434000 or via email admin@amersham-tc.gov.uk to register your interest!

See here the Entry Form 2017 and General Information 2017

 

Call for Entries 2017

 

 

 

 

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