Small Works art contest

Entries must be submitted through the Florence Regional Arts Alliance's website -- at florenceartsalliance.org/smallworks -- by midnight on Jan. 8.

FLORENCE, S.C. - The Florence Regional Arts Alliance is now accepting submissions for its fourth annual Small Works Competition.

Underwritten by The Citizens Bank, South State Bank, and Marshal’s Marine, this competition is open to two-dimensional and three-dimensional artists working in all mediums in the Carolinas, ages 18 and older. Final artwork may not be larger than 12 inches x 12 inches x 12 inches to be considered.

The competition is billed as a way to "provide opportunity and exposure for emerging and professional artists alike, while also highlighting local art spaces throughout Florence County."

This year's competition pieces will be hosted at NDC Photography Studio in Lake City.

The prizes for the competition are $500 for first place, $250 for second place, and $100 for third place and honorable mention.

Entries must be submitted through the Florence Regional Arts Alliance's website — at florenceartsalliance.org/smallworks — by midnight on Jan. 8.

The Small Works exhibition will be on display at NDC Photography from Feb. 1 through 24 with an opening reception on Feb. 1. Competition winners will be announced at the opening.

For more information, contact executive director Sandy Cook at director@florenceartsalliance.org or 843-407-3092.

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