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Local artists needed for art exhibit

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) is currently searching for local area artists to display their 3-D work in the General Aviation Terminal! AGS is looking for all types of work! Pottery, jewelry, sculptures, etc. The selected artists' work will be on display for one year in the Airport's private aircraft terminal.

The General Aviation Terminal welcomes private and business aircraft to Augusta on a daily basis. This venue provides the perfect opportunity to showcase your art and be seen by Augusta's elite visitors.

If you would like to submit an example of your work please see details below:

Please send 6 to 10 examples of your work via photographs on CD or website address to:

Email: lsmith@augsutaga.gov

Mail: 1501 Aviation Way
Augusta, GA 30906 OR
Attn: Lauren Smith

Deadline: August 2, 2013

Requirements: Your art will be showcased within a locked cabinet, therefore is insured while
on Airport property. Your art must be able to fit within the following dimensions: 65.5''H x 34''W x 22''D. Glass shelves are available.

NOTE: All submissions will be evaluated by the Augusta Regional Airport Art Committee. The
artist selected for the display will be notified by phone. The selected artist will not be
reimbursed for their displayed pieces, however, they will be allowed to provide contact information for interested buyers. Please review and fill out AGS's Art Policy along with your submission. This policy can be found at http://www.flyags.com/Resources/414.pdf.

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