Bianca Lauren Galleries Seeks Artists for Scottsdale Pop-Up Show

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This morning's call to artists is being sounded off by the dinner bell, thanks to Bianca Lauren Galleries and its pop-up art party project.

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Dinner d'Arte is an exclusive, one-night-only experience that sets the table for roughly 1,500 guests in undisclosed locations near 10 major cities throughout the country, including Scottsdale on Saturday, April 12.

Bianca Lauren Galleries has teamed up with this event to present a a pop-art exhibition to complement the outdoor dining, dancing, and all-white attire.

Although the party is still months away (you can purchase tickets online), Bianca Lauren Galleries is already looking for interested artists to submit their work for a chance to be featured in the temporary exhibition and on the gallery's website for 30 days following the event.

This call to artists is open to all themes and media, including painting, photography, drawing, and sculpture. While there is no limit on the number of applications you can submit (provided they don't contain duplicate material), each submitted application costs $30 and can only contain three original works.

The pop-up exhibition will showcase between 20 and 30 pieces. Selected artists will be notified via e-mail and are responsible for transporting their own work.

Deadline for submissions is February 20. For more information, visit Bianca Lauren Galleries online for more information.

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