The Livonia Arts Commission is now accepting applications for the 24th Annual Fine Art Show Oct. 1-22 at the Bennett Civic Center Library. The deadline to apply is Sept. 2. Artists will be notified whether they are accepted by Sept. 12.
Artists may submit up to 10 entries, with a cost of $35 per entry for each of the first two, and $10 per entry for any additional. Cash prizes of up to $700 (for Best of Show) are available for this juried fine art show!
The public exhibit will be open Oct. 1-22 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays, and 1-5 p.m. Sundays. The gallery is located on the second floor of the Bennett Civic Center Library.
The Livonia Arts Commission exists to create, promote, develop, sponsor, sustain, facilitate, and further the Arts within the City of Livonia. For the mission of the Commission and its commissioners, the term “Arts” shall be defined and literally construed to include the making or doing of things that have form and beauty, and to encompass all forms of Arts including the Arts of music, painting, sculpture, literature, dance, theater, opera, ballet, crafts of all natures, and any other of the performing Arts requiring and exhibiting a level of creativity, skill, or talent.
Brian Duggan, Chair Year Appointed: 2011
Dan Spurling, Vice-Chair Year Appointed: 2003
Carrie Spurling, Secretary Year Appointed: 1998
Virginia Bosak Year Appointed: 2015
David Culliton Year Appointed: 2020
Donna Eno Year Appointed: 2000
Joe Gilligan Year Appointed: 2020
Grace Karczewski Year Appointed: 2005
Richard Kent Year Appointed: 2020
Patrice Mang Year Appointed: 2018
Helen Moore Year Appointed 2016
James Sercu Year Appointed: 2018
Lindsay A. Spence Year Appointed: 2016
Jerry Valentine Year Appointed: 2012
Pam Valentine Year Appointed: 2012
The Arts Commission consists of up to fifteen members, appointed by and at the pleasure of the Mayor. Appointed members serve for three-year terms.
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