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Last Call for Artists: Submit Your Applications Before April 15!

Attention, artists! The countdown is on, and the deadline for submitting applications for Art in the Park Oakville is fast approaching. If you haven't already, now is the time to finalize and submit your applications before the closing date on April 15.

Closing Date Reminder:
April 15 marks the cutoff for submitting applications for Art in the Park Oakville. Don't miss this opportunity to showcase your talent at one of the region's most prestigious art shows. Get your applications in before the deadline to be considered for this year's event.

What to Expect:
Please note that artists will not receive acceptance notifications until after the April 15 deadline. Our jurying process takes place following the application deadline, and successful applicants will be notified in due course. Rest assured that every application will be given careful consideration by our panel of experts.

Why Apply?
Art in the Park Oakville offers artists a unique opportunity to exhibit their work in a vibrant outdoor setting, surrounded by fellow creatives and art enthusiasts. With nearly 5000 visitors expected to attend, it's a chance to gain exposure, connect with potential buyers, and be part of a thriving arts community.

How to Apply:

Visit our website and complete the online application form before the April 15 deadline. Be sure to review the application guidelines and provide all necessary documentation to ensure your submission is complete.

As the April 15 deadline approaches, don't miss your chance to be part of Art in the Park Oakville. Submit your applications now and join us for a day of creativity, inspiration, and celebration in beautiful Bronte.


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