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Bridgewater Creative Arts Committee Seeking Talent in the Town Submissions


BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater Township Creative Arts Committee is holding its 5th Annual Talent in the Town Series, and is calling for entries for the October exhibition.

The deadline for submissions is Sept. 22, and the exhibit will be held from Oct. 9 through Nov. 3, with an opening reception Oct. 25 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The committee is inviting residents of all talent and skill levels to participate in the newest season of the Talent in the Town, a showcase of the visual and performing arts. The purpose of the exhibition is to celebrate the varied talents of residents, regardless of skill level, age or background.

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On the visual side, the exhibit is open to framed or matted 2-D media, including watercolor, acrylic, oil, photographer, collage, mixed media and paper art related works. Work has to be signed or watermarked, and dated on the front.

Artwork that has already been submitted to Talent in the Town cannot be submitted again.

Any person can submit up to five pieces of work for consideration, and photographs of the work should be submitted to, with name and address.

As for performing arts, the exhibition is open to three- to five-minute group or solo performances, including vocal, dance, poetry reading or instrumental music.

Those interested in participating should submit a filled-out form and a 30- to 60-second video clip of the talent to

Space is limited to 80 total works, and participants will be notified by email on or about Sept. 27.

For forms to fill out or more information, visit

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