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Maine Open Juried Art Show

April 11 - May 13

The Waterville Area Art Society and Waterville Creates! are proud to co-present the 2017 Maine Open Juried Art Show at Common Street Arts in Downtown Waterville. Now entering its 27th year, the Maine Open Juried Art Show (MOJAS) has traditionally attracted over 90 artists representing over 50 Maine communities in a variety of media, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, and more. This year, MOJAS has expanded eligible media categories to include free-standing sculpture, digital art, and photography.
Reception and awards ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 13th, 5-7pm
The exhibition runs April 11th through May 13th.

To apply for the Maine Open Juried Art Show, click one of the links below:

Online Application Form | Download MOJAS Form

Organizer

Common Street Arts
Phone:
207-872-ARTS
Email:
waasmaine@gmail.com
Website:
http://commonstreetarts.com

Venue

Common Street Arts
93 Main Street
Waterville, ME 04901 United States
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Phone:
207-872-ARTS
Website:
http://commonstreetarts.com

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Waterville, ME 04901

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Email info@watervillemainstreet.org

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