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Carnegie seeking artists for upcoming exhibit
farms and fields
Mark Selby, “Old Plant, New Plantings,” featured in the 2018 Farms & Fields exhibition.

The Carnegie Arts Center is putting out a call for artists to submit works that are inspired by the bounty of the Central Valley for their upcoming exhibit, “Farms & Fields.”

Artists from northern and central California may submit work in any medium that is influenced or inspired by the agricultural bounty of the Central Valley.

The deadline for entries is 5 p.m. March 31. The exhibit will be in the Carnegie’s Lobby Galleries from May 9 to July 28.

The exhibit will be a juried show with a grand prize award of $500; two awards of merit at $125 each; and four honorable mentions at $50 each.

The jurors will be Lucinda Kasser, a painter and an associate professor of Art and Design at the University of the Pacific, and Carnegie Arts Center Director Lisa McDermott.

There is a non-refundable entry fee of $20 for the first entry, $15 for each additional entry for non-member artists; $15 for the first entry, $10 for each additional entry for members of the Carnegie Arts Center.

Complete rules and details can be found on the Carnegie’s website at: Entries will be accepted online through