Featuring and Supporting Artists in the 28715, 28716, 28728, 28806, and 28810 Zip Codes
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Three artists are selected by our jury for our monthly Featured Artists page. No matter your medium, you are welcome to submit your work for consideration.
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APPLY at any time to be a Featured Artist. If you are selected, we will send you further instructions. Deadlines for completion of the process will be the first of the month prior to publication (e.g., completed by August 1st for September 1st inclusion.)
Sand Hill Artists Collective aims to connect artists, art enthusiasts and professionals as well as communities through the love of art.
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REACTIONS We invite your thoughtful and respectful replies to the posts of our monthly guest writers. Approved replies will appear on the News & Commentary page. Reflections on our featured artists’ work may be made at the bottom of each artist’s page.
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News & Commentary
- Virtual Holiday Gallery Tour Survey Results
- Selene Plum: Artist Finds Creative Home in Asheville
- It’s a Wrap: SHAC Puts a Lid on 2020 — by Louise Glickman
- Shae Bishop on Patterns & Cultural Identity
- Virtual Holiday Gallery Tour day 5 – by Louise Glickman