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New York Brain Injury Association Art Exhibit-Call for Artists

The Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS) will present the Annual Art Exhibit at the Empire State Plaza South Concourse in Albany. The show will run from February 13 - 17, 2011 and is free to the public. This is the 19th consecutive Brain Injury Association art exhibit and the Brain Injury Association is looking for artists to exhibit their work.

Call for Artists

BIANYS is looking for artists who have sustained a brain injury to participate in the exhibit. The Annual Art Exhibit is a great way to bring attention to the wonderful artists in our community, and raise awareness of brain injury at the same time. Please distribute information about the Art Exhibit to any artists who may be interested.

If you are an artist interested in displaying your work, please complete a participation form and submit it to BIANYS with your artwork. Any artistic medium is accepted; in past years the association has included work ranging from paintings, poetry, stained glass, photography and more.

New York Brain Injury Association Invites the Public to Visit

BIANYS encourages the community to visit the Art Exhibit and support all of the artists who make it possible. The Empire State Plaza is open to the public and there is no cost to view the artwork displayed. BIANYS will staff an information table between 11am and 2pm during the show, but the work will be up and available for viewing as long as the Concourse is open. Visit the BIANYS website for a downloadable Art Exhibit flier, which can be displayed to promote the show to visitors.

Questions and Information:  If you have any questions about the Exhibit, or about submitting artwork, please contact Vicki Clingan at (518) 459-7911 or at her email.

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