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Novant Health calls for art from regional artists

SALISBURY – Novant Health Rowan Medical Center announced today that it is launching a Call for Art campaign.

The medical center is asking regional artists to submit up to 10 original, two-dimensional pieces for consideration for a new permanent collection that will be located within the main hospital campus.

“We are looking for images relevant to the Rowan County area in addition to other healing themes to enhance the general environment of the hospital,” says Rick Parker, director of the Novant Health Foundation Rowan Medical Center.

Selected works will be awarded a purchase price between $100 and $500 each. The selected art will be displayed at the medical center for patients, staff and visitors to enjoy.

“We are very excited to bring more local art into the hospital,” says Parker. “Not only is art healing and calming for patients, we also enjoy supporting the local art community.”

For more information about the campaign and art work submission contact TheArtsatNHRMC@NovantHealth.org

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