Picture Centennial Program Highlights Local Artists & the City
Artists living or working in Centennial now have the opportunity to showcase their work. The city’s Picture Centennial Program highlights local artists’ work that has been created in the city or is about the city, and provides a free venue for artists to show their work.
Artists are able to submit their work and if selected they will be featured in the Centennial Civic Center for three months. Featured artists are also shown off at an open house and meet-and-greet session at the beginning of each installment. The meet-and-greets feature hors d’oeuvres and wine.
Current and past artists include Chad Julius, Travis Broxton, Cathy Lester and others. The next featured artist is Don Freight. Freight is an artist that has a passion for airplanes and much of his work is inspired by his flying experiences. Freight’s meet-and-greet is set for 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30.
For artists looking to submit their art, artist’s must live or work in Centennial and create art in or about the city. To submit an entry, complete the online Picture Centennial form.
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This local update courtesy of your Centennial Community Expert.