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Camas art show seeks youth submissions

By , Columbian Arts & Features Reporter
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“Full Spectrum,” an online-only art show through the Camas Public Library, will feature works by gender-nonconforming young adults in Clark County.

“Full Spectrum” is the brainchild of Hayes Freedom High School student Annika Spykerman, a Washougal resident. The suggested theme is “How I See Myself.” Spykerman said she hopes that the art show sends a message of love, support and inclusion to young people.

Artists ages 12 through 25 may submit up to three works of art, in just about any form, as long as it can be captured in a digital file, high-quality photo or video. There is no fee to enter.

Email art submissions no later than March 31 to fullspectrumartshow@gmail.com. Submissions depicting gore or explicit content (anything stronger than “mild nudity”) will not be accepted. The show’s opening date is likely mid-April, but that isn’t firm yet. The show will go online at www.cityofcamas.us/camaspubliclibrary.

For more information, contact Spykerman at annika.spykeman@gmail.com or Elliot Stapleton at the Camas Public Library at EStapleton@cityofcamas.us.

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