Learn More About Artists Paint OC 2018…
Artists Paint OC 2018: A Plein Air Event
|Date: Wednesday, August 8 – Sunday, August 12, 2018
Hours: August 8th @ 7:30 am – August 12th @ 8:00 pm
Location: Ocean City MD
Contact: Art League of Ocean City MD [Map]
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About Artists Paint OC 2018: A Plein Air Event
The Art League of Ocean City invites local and regional artists to participate in the annual Plein Air event, “Artists Paint OC,” on August 8-12, 2018 during the heart of the resort town’s tourist season. Whether it’s the ocean, bays and marshes, harbor boats, busy boardwalk or funky shops – it is all here for you to choose from.
The competition will be limited to 50 artists, age 18 or older, on a first-come basis.
Entry fee, including quick draw is $40, non-refundable. Artists may sign up for the Quick Draw only for $15.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS for ARTISTS PAINT OC 2018:
Wednesday August 8:
Saturday August 11:
The highlight of the event occurs at the Arts Center on Saturday evening, with formal jurying of the plein air artwork, awarding of cash prizes and a wet paint sale open to the public.
Sunday August 12:
The Plein Air event concludes with a quick draw competition in downtown Ocean City Sunday morning. Prizes sponsored by Ocean City Development Corporation.
The Art League will award more than $2,200 in total cash prizes during the event. Additionally, artwork juried in will be featured during the remainder of the month of August at the Ocean City Center for the Arts.
Click here to view the full prospectus (with registration form)
Limited area home lodging is available for out of town artists on a first-come basis. Requests for lodging must be made in writing and confirmed by the ALOC.
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