Showcase Your Artwork at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

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Hey all you talented Cleveland artists, here's your chance to showcase your work in front of hundreds of thousands of passersby at one of the region's busiest airports.

The Temporary Art Exhibition Program at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is currently seeking two-dimensional abstract works by local artist to feature in the airport's public concourses and ticketing areas. Program coordinators are specifically looking for paintings, oils, acrylics, watercolors, photography and drawings, as well as gicle├ęs, lithographs, and serigraphs.

All submissions are reviewed by an artist review panel and approved pieces will be assigned an exhibit start date based on the exhibition calendar. Exhibits will then be shown for up to six months, depending on the nature of the artwork.

Interested candidates should take a look at submission requirements, complete this simple application, and turn in materials to the airport's upper level information counter by 4 p.m. today.

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