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Time to enter Carolina Artists Guild’s Photo Expo 2013

The Carolina Artists Guild will present its second annual photography exhibition and competitive judging, known as Photo Expo 2013. This will be an exclusive showing of photographs by amateur and professional photographers, ages 18 and up, in this region. The Carolina Artists has selected Bill Ward, award-winning photographer of 50 years, as chairman of Photo Expo 2013.
The Photo Expo is scheduled for March 6, 7 and 8, at the Salisbury Civic Center, 315 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Cash prizes, photography products and ribbons will be awarded to the photographers judged the best. The entry fee for Carolina Artists members is $20 to enter up to five photographs. The fee for non-members is $30 to enter up to three photographs. Members and non-members may enter additional photographs at $5 per entry.
Photographs will be entered in various categories of color photography, as well as a black and white division. We invite amateur and professional photographers alike from Salisbury and surrounding areas to sign up for Photo Expo 2013, and bring your best work to exhibit.
Detailed information, including guidelines for entry, is provided on The Carolina Artists website, www.thecarolinaartists.org . You also may pick up a copy of the entry rules and an entry form at the Salisbury Civic Center. Deadline for entry is Feb. 20, 2013.
The Carolina Artists, a non-profit organization, has been in Salisbury since 1995. Anyone having questions about Photo Expo 2013 may contact Bill Ward at wardwriters@carolina.rr.com
If you are interested in becoming a member of The Carolina Artists, whether your field is sketching, oil painting, acrylics, water color, photography or other, visit www.thecarolinaartists.orgw for contact information.

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