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Art, music, cheesecake event set at Edgewood Plantation

Posted November 2nd, 2017 by NCLAC Admin
in Exhibitions, In the News, Regional Arts News

Union Arts Council will hold its sixth annual Art Exhibition on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 12 to 4 p.m. at Edgewood Plantation B & B in Farmerville. 

The century-old Victorian mansion will be filled with art and art-lovers, who also can enjoy music and gourmet cheesecake during the afternoon event.  Entries from Union Parish adult professional and amateur artists, plus high school youth will be judged by Tommie Sue Slaughter, recently retired art instructor at Grambling State University.  Winners will receive cash prizes and ribbons.  Visitors also will vote for the “People’s Choice” winner.  Several art pieces may be for sale.  Edgewood is located at 8876 Hwy. 2, just west of Farmerville.  For more information, call 281-389-1911.  
This year’s event is supported by major gifts from Edgewood Plantation, Hampton Law Firm, Sheriff Dusty Gates, and Dr. Steven and Brittany Unkel; additional support is from Deloutre View Farms, First National Bank, attorney Dawn Frasier, Origin Bank, Benoit and Pam Holloway, Steve and Jean Jones, Bob and Linda Ward.
For more information, please contact the Union Arts Council at unionartscouncil@gmail.com