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Posted by Randy on 2013/8/21 4:47:37 (432 reads) News by the same author

A collection of works by area artists begins the 2013-2014 exhibition schedule in the Dorris Rider Art Gallery at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.

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“Local Artists Showcase 6” will open August 28th and run through October 4th. Art Gallery Director Jim Norris said it’s exciting to resume what he called a normal schedule recognizing artistic talents from Trenton and the surrounding area.  Norris said the local artist showcase will continue to be a yearly event at the gallery. 

Artists can submit up to two pieces of original art that has not previously been shown in the Rider Gallery.  Any media is acceptable; however, some pieces may not be accepted due to size constraints or content. 

Work may be brought to the gallery on Friday, August 23 from 2:00 until 4 o'clock or it can be received on Saturday, August 24 from 11 until 3 o'clock at the Trenton Art Guild, located directly south of the gallery, in the old Trenton Tire Building.  

Artwork can also be accepted by special appointment by contacting Director Jim Norris at NCMC at 660 359 3948 ext. 1345.

Regular hours at the Rider Art Gallery are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, as well as selected weekend and evening hours by appointment.  The gallery is located in the Frey Administrative Building on the NCMC campus, and all NCMC students and members of the public are invited to visit.

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