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ArtSplash artshow call to artists - 03/16/15
Calling All Artists!

Applications for the 20th annual ArtSplash Art Show and Sale are now available. The Tualatin Arts Advisory Committee, a public arts citizen committee of the City of Tualatin Oregon, invites artists to submit an application for this annual juried summer art sale. The goal of the Tualatin Arts Advisory Committee is to encourage and promote Northwest artists, expose the community to a wide range of artistic experience, and endorse interaction between artists and the community. Proceeds from ArtSplash go to support the public arts in Tualatin.

ArtSplash Dates:

Friday, July 24 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday, July 25 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday, July 26 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

ArtSplash is located at the beautiful Lake of the Commons in Tualatin, 8325 SW Nyberg Street. The Tualatin Commons is the vibrant heart of downtown featuring a wide pedestrian promenade surrounding a three acre lake. Public plazas and a fountain add to the lively urban mix. Tiles and artist designed drinking fountains are integrated into the plazas. ArtSplash is a three day outdoor show featuring northwest artists. The show is housed under two white canopies overlooking the lake.

Artist amenities include booth sitters for breaks, water, artists' breakfast reception Saturday morning, free parking, free admission, volunteer assistance for unloading, volunteer staffed central wrap station, art racks and hooks or table provided.

Visual artists in all mediums including, but not limited to acrylic, oil, watercolor, photography, metal, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, and glass are eligible.

For more information about ArtSplash visit our website at:

May 5, 2015 Application deadline
Attached Media Files: Artsplash news release