March 18, 2019

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Great Northern Fine Art - Fine Craft Expo

Friday, March 15
9AM
Art
Members $15; non-members $30

An outstanding fine art—fine craft open to all MI artists 18 & older, offering eight juried category awards - $500 each, & a grand award determined by the People’s Choice: $1,500. Can submit through May 31. Downtown Grayling becomes an art gallery during the fifteen days of voting: July 19-Aug. 3. Artists’ demos & the Performing Arts Music Competition will take place on Sat., Aug. 3, concluding with the awards gala at 5pm at Paddle Hard Yard, Grayling.

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