Calling all sculptors – show your work at Kaleidoscope April 20-22 at the Art Gallery of Burlington

Press Release – Calling all sculptors: Please be advised that Time is of the essence for entry information about this year’s Kaleidoscope.

Kaleidoscope is a vehicle by which we show the City of Burlington what we do within our home, the Art Gallery of Burlington.  The people of Burlington have a chance to meet Artists and have any questions about any Guild answered and see some of the work we do within the walls of the AGB.  Kaleidoscope launched the first fund-raiser for the guilds (under Arts Burlington) to start the drive to begin building our new home, now known as the AGB.  It is important for all those interested in Art to see what is available for them to pursue in the Art fields.  All Guilds are represented in this show.  The first show and sale, attracted 5000 visitors in Central Arena.

The Sculptors still have tables and the sooner you put down your name, the better for all. Your names must be submitted ASAP to: (Rod Lippold).  Tables are $10 each.  You may share a table if you so desire & split the cost.  Please hurry and grab those tables..

Kaleidoscope is Friday April 20th,  Saturday April 21st & Sunday April 22nd,  Intake is Thursday April 19th after 3p.m.  Take-down is Sunday April 22nd at 5p.m.


Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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