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Public Art - PEI's 2014 Sesquicentennial

PublicArtPEI2014.jpgThe PEI Council of the Arts is looking for your submissions for PEI's 2014 sesquicentennial celebrations. Karen Mair met with Darrin White, the council's executive director, to discuss opportunities and the submission process for Islanders to create public art, and the funding dollars that are available in commissions for art that will be on display across the province. You can find out more about the 2014 Public Art Program on the website 2014.peica.ca the applications are available in English and French.

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