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Time is short for arts entries

Amateur photographer Steven Gray looks at some of the work on display at the 13th South Holland Open Art Exhibition at South Holland Centre, Spalding. 
Photo: SG280213-143TW. www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto

Amateur photographer Steven Gray looks at some of the work on display at the 13th South Holland Open Art Exhibition at South Holland Centre, Spalding. Photo: SG280213-143TW. www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto

People in South Holland with artistic talent still have time for their work to be considered for a major exhibition next month.

The 14th South Holland Open Arts exhibition is on at South Holland Centre, Spalding, from February 26 to March 6 when the creative talents of young people from across the East Midlands and East Anglia will be on show.

Anyone aged 14 or over who lives or works in Lincolnshire, Rutland, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire or Leicestershire can submit entries, but the deadline is noon on Monday January 27.

Rachel Rowett, exhibition organiser and South Holland District Council’s arts and culture development officer, said: “The aim of the exhibition is to showcase the best work created by both professional and amateur artists.

“We would particularly like to see work by younger artists featuring prominently at the exhibition and we would encourage them to submit their entries in the young persons’ category.

Entry is fee and artwork can be in any form, including digital, photographic, watercolour, acrylic, oil or pastel, although up to three entries only are allowed per person.

An independent panel of judges will then choose the artwork to be exhibited at South Holland Centre next month.

Entry forms are available from the council offices in Priory Road, Spalding, or from your nearest library.

 

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