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Are you a budding or established artist? Franklin Township is accepting free submissions for ArtWalk, a juried exhibit and sale showcasing all two-dimensional art forms. The accepted artwork will be displayed at the Franklin Day Festival on September 28, 2019. The Princeton Photography Club (PPC) will be providing curatorial management for the Franklin Township Festival Day, ArtWalk for the 3rd year.

So, flex those artistic muscles! To participate in the ArtWalk Call for Art please click on the tabs on the link below (ArtWalk Exhibit Submissions).  To add a little excitement to the ArtWalk we will have a People’s Choice vote by attendees for their favorite submission.  The winner will receive a ribbon and a certificate
 

The Franklin Day Festival is a community-wide celebration which features live entertainment, an art show, a classic car show, over 120 exhibitor tables, as well as a host of FREE attractions for children in a beautiful park setting and had an estimated 20,000 attendees in 2018. This family-friendly celebration brings our diverse community together while providing a showcase for Township businesses, industries, agencies, schools, and community organizations.

Reaching out to the community is part of Princeton Photography Club’s mission. Founded in 1982, the Princeton Photography Club is a diverse group of photographers who share ideas, techniques, and fellowship, while working to improve their photographic abilities. The club holds meetings with eminent guest speakers and many workshops, including introductory and advanced camera techniques, color management, matting and framing instructions. General meetings are held at 7:30 PM on the second Wednesday of each month, September through June, at the D&R Greenway Land Trust, Princeton. They are free and open to the public.

 

ArtWalk Exhibit Submissions

Franklin Township is accepting free submissions for ArtWalk, a juried exhibit and sale showcasing all two-dimensional art forms. The accepted artwork will be displayed at the Franklin Day Festival on September 28, 2019.