Calling all artists to Gorge event

Annual Saanich celebration looking for exhibitors to display artworks

Now’s your chance to sign up for the annual Gorge on Art parade along the scenic Gorge Waterway.

Calls have gone out for professional and emerging visual artists to display their work on June 23.

“Gorge on Art is Saanich’s celebrated outdoor art event that encourages emerging and established artists to participate in exhibiting and selling their art during this annual community festival,” said Diane Thorpe, the District of Saanich’s community arts specialist.

Artists can apply until April 30, by downloading a form at bit.ly/HGr8ut.

For more information, contact Thorpe at 250-475-5557.

kslavin@saanichnews.com

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