Deadline nears to apply for art show at car show

Art and autos will combine July 6 at the Return to Renton Annual Car Show, lining the streets downtown and including an art gallery sponsored by Arts Unlimited.

  • BY Wire Service
  • Friday, May 30, 2008 2:42pm
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Art and autos will combine July 6 at the Return to Renton Annual Car Show, lining the streets downtown and including an art gallery sponsored by Arts Unlimited.

Artists, especially those who celebrate car culture, must apply by June 6 to be included in the gallery.

Sections of four avenues will be closed off for the car show – Third, Morris, Logan and Burnett – to accommodate the anticipated 350 classic cars and the thousands of viewers.

The art gallery will be located on Logan with individual booths for artists.

An application form for artists is available at wwwartsunlimited.org or e-mail to info@artsunlimited.org or by phoning Britt at 206-280-0262. There is a $15 fee upon acceptance into the show. Setups must be provided by the artists.

Other opportunities for artists will be offered Aug. 23 at the Third Annual Art and Antique Walk in downtown Renton and in October when a “Taste of Art” in restaurants is planned.


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