This year there will be two opportunities for artists to participate in Napa County Library's Art in the Library program.
Napa County Library (NCL) invites artists to apply to have their artwork displayed at the downtown Napa Main Library. Works that are generally appealing, dynamic and colorful are good candidates for the competition. The audience for exhibition is the general community served by NCL. Approximately 1,000 people visit the library daily, from all walks of life. Approximately one-third of the visitors are children aged 14 and under. The Art in the Library Committee meets in the spring to review and select submitted artwork. The Committee is comprised of area artists and the Art in the Library coordinator.
Napa County Library (NCL) invites artists to apply to display their artwork in four downtown Napa storefront locations. The windows are located in the Carithers' Building on First Street in downtown Napa. Entries may be for solo or group exhibitions. Three-dimensional work such as models, sculpture, pottery, fabric art, carvings, metal works will be considered for exhibition. The artwork will be on loan to the Napa County Library with no fee to the artist. The artwork will be exhibited for a period of six months.
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