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Artists, what’s your take on Cheerwine?

SALISBURY — Calling all artists.

As part of celebrating Cheerwine’s 100th birthday, Salisbury the Magazine will devote a good portion of its summer issue (June/July) to the hometown soft drink.

We are inviting local artists to submit pieces that best express their impressions or take on Cheerwine — nostalgic, futuristic or otherwise. You definitely want to show the product — that’s important — but how that’s done is up to you.

Use any medium you want (including photographs, but only one per artist), and make sure you have your Cheerwine-inspired art to us by April 10.

This is not a competition, and there is no prize involved. It’s just a chance to have your work recognized and displayed in the magazine. And who knows, maybe it will make the magazine cover.

Salisbury the Magazine is published nine times a year by the Salisbury Post.

Submit or bring your art entries by April 10 to magazine editor Mark Wineka at the Post, 131 W. Innes St. His number is 704-797-4263, and his email is mark.wineka@salisburypost.com. The art does not become property of the magazine or newspaper. It stays with the artist.


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