LUMINARIA: Deadlines and Guidelines info

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I know it seems early to start thinking about Luminaria, but start thinking about Luminaria, you artists. Only 29 days 'til deadline. Luminaria will now be a major CAM

event (CAM's moving to March, remember?), so the opportunities and potential audience

are bigger than ever.

Get crackin'!

See press release below, and good luck.

CALL TO ARTISTS

Luminaria: Arts Night in San Antonio 2010

SAN ANTONIOĆ¢??Calling all artists! The 3rd annual Luminaria: Arts Night in San Antonio is March 13, 2010, 6 p.m.-midnight, and participation applications for individual artists and groups will be available on the Luminaria website, www.luminariaSA.org, September 20, 2009. The deadline for submitting applications is 5 p.m. CST on October 31, 2009.

Luminaria: Arts Night in San Antonio spotlights San Antonio's cultural assets for local citizens and visitors alike and is made possible through the generosity of artists, arts organizations, volunteers and public and private donations. It is free of charge and showcases all art forms in an outdoor setting and inside various venues downtown. Because of the hundreds of artists working together, Luminaria expands opportunities for teamwork, for creative collaboration and for cross-disciplinary innovation.

The award-winning Luminaria: Arts Night in San Antonio will be in downtown San Antonio on Alamo St. between Market and Durango, including the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, HemisFair Park and La Villita. This celebration of San Antonio's artists, musicians, performers and cultural organizations is the only one of its kind in the entire state of Texas and was inspired by similar celebrations in Chicago, Paris, Rome and Madrid.

For more information call 210.207.6960 or visit www.luminariaSA.org.


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