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Wednesday, 22 August 2012 00:00

Art raffle to benefit nonprofit arts program

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Cullowhee Mountain ARTS is raffling off 24 original art works ranging from painting and printmaking to mixed media and ceramics.

Professional artists who taught during the 2012 Summer Visual Arts Series and staff members at Cullowhee Mountain ARTS donated the pieces. The artwork is on exhibit in the 130 Atrium gallery in the Fine Art Museum at Western Carolina University or can be seen online at

Tickets are on sale now and the draw will occur at 9 a.m. Aug. 30 in the 130 Atrium Gallery. Winners will be posted on Cullowhee Mountain ARTS’ website and winners will be contacted.

Tickets can be purchased online or by contacting the nonprofit directly. There are 24 drawings – a drawing for each work. Cost is $20 for one ticket; $36 for three; $50 for five; and $100 for 12. The purchase is tax-deductible.

Cullowhee Mountain ARTS is a nonprofit under the fiscal sponsorship of the Jackson County Arts Council. Funds are used to support CMA’s ongoing effort of bringing modestly priced but highest quality art programming to Western North Carolina.


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