Falmouth Art Center is accepting works for its next show, Special Falmouth Places. Works in any medium will be accepted, including paintings, photography, fiber, ceramics, glass, wood and metal.

From Main Street to the shore, this show is all about art inspired by favorite locations in Falmouth. “The show will be a celebration of our town. It is important to embrace the positive during this difficult time,” Falmouth Art Center executive director Laura Reckford said. “While the Falmouth Art Center building is not open, we have a range of online classes, galleries and talks to engage all of the many talented artists in our community.”

This online show, to be displayed on the Falmouth Art Center website, is open to all. The cost to submit is $8 for Falmouth Art Center members, $10 for nonmembers.

To pay for entries online, go to FalmouthArt.org to find the Call for Art: Special Falmouth Places.

Artists can submit multiple works, as long as they meet exhibition criteria, which is explained on FalmouthArt.org. The only exception to the criteria is that larger pieces can be submitted to this show because it is online only.

Email a photo of submissions to info@falmouthart.org and provide the following information: artist’s name, title of piece, medium, dimensions and price.

Entries can be submitted up to Monday, June 1, by 5 PM.

The show will be on display on the Falmouth Art Center website through June and beyond. The phone number at the art center is 508-540-3304. The email address is info@falmouthart.org.

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