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Artists invited to Plein Air event in Kerrville

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October promises to be a major month for the arts in Kerr County, with Plein Air (Open Air) painters descending on the Hill Country for the “Kerrville Outdoor Painters’ Event” from Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 4-6.

The event will feature demonstrations by well-known Plein Air artists, daily receptions, “quick draw” contests, awards, a wide range of pre-selected locations for painters, and an opportunity to exhibit their work (subject to jurying) for almost a month as part of the Plein Air show from Oct. 6 through Nov. 3.

The event is open to any artist working in any medium who uses the “Plein Air” technique. Participating artists will work on location using surfaces that are stamped by event coordinators, and in order to participate artists must register and submit samples of their work to Kerr Arts & Cultural Center. Registration fee is $60, and fee will be fully refunded if an applicant is not accepted.

Spaces for this event are limited, and locations on private property will require special passes that will be issued on the day of the event.

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