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White Rock gallery seeks artists

Artists wanting to be part of an outdoor gallery set to open at White Rock Beach in March have until Feb. 1 to apply for an annual permit.

The Artists’ Walk is described as “similar to the Stanley Park experience.” Visitors strolling the Promenade from the White Rock Museum to West Beach will be able to browse paintings, prints, photography and sculpture along the way, as well as meet the artists behind the work.

After submitting an application, artists have until the end of February to deliver three examples of their work to the White Rock Community Centre (15154 Russell Ave.) for jury.

Successful applicants are encouraged to do some of their work on-site; to exhibit and demonstrate the process of producing art.

Cost of a licence is $150, and does not cover pay parking fees; in addition, 10 per cent commission on sales must be remitted to White Rock Leisure Services each month.

For more information or to apply for a permit call 604-541-2199 or visit www.whiterockcity.ca

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