NAP featured on Cape May County Herald.com
COURT HOUSE – Freeholder E. Marie Hayes announced that the county is seeking artists to participate in an upcoming event. The Cape May County Culture and Heritage Commission will host its 12th Annual Exhibit and Contest of The National Arts Program® (NAP) at the Middle Township Performing Arts Center (PAC) Gallery from April 16 to May 8.
Freeholder Hayes said, “This free art competition is open to all local, county, state and federal government employees and their immediate families. Members of the County's non-profit Culture and Heritage Round Table groups and their immediate families are also eligible. Immediate family includes spouse/partner, mother, father, son, daughter, brother, sister or parent. This year the National Arts Program® welcomes employees and volunteers from Cape Regional Medical Center and employees from all Cape May County Schools.”
The exhibit will consist of visual artwork in the following categories: painting; works on paper; photography; sculpture; mixed media; and craft. All entries submitted must be original works of the applicant completed within the last three years. There are separate classifications for adults (amateur, intermediate, and professional) and youth / teen (Youth 12 and under, and Teen 13 - 18).
“This is a wonderful opportunity to showcase all of the talented individuals that live in Cape May County. We are looking forward to seeing this year’s entries,” added Freeholder Hayes.
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