The People’s Portrait Project

The Visual Arts Center of Richmond is calling for submissions to the People’s Portrait Project. “It is a celebration of art-making and people. It’s a community art project that reflects the many colors, shapes and personalities of our neighborhood.” Anyone who loves art and community can submit. Note that the work must be 5″ x 7″ and will not be returned to the artist. Consider your art a donation to a fun project. The work must be delivered by May 25 and awards will be given at the VisArts Brunch Hunt on June 3, 2012. See the link below for more details!

Self Portrait

Published by Lisa Johnston Hancock

I'm a visual artist, illustrator & art educator, finding a balance between freelance work and playdates.

2 thoughts on “The People’s Portrait Project

    1. I have to make something new. I only work that small in my sketchbook and I don”t want to rip anything out…so….I’ll be working on a few things next week. Luckily, a 5″ x 7″ does not take too long to complete. I think that’s what they are going for. Also, one is more likely to part with a 5″ x 7″ than a work that takes weeks to complete. The artwork for this project is a donation.

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