Apply for MIVAL’s ‘Treasures in Miniature’ show, art scholarship

The Mercer Island Visual Arts League offers opportunities for creative community.

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Apply for MIVAL’s ‘Treasures in Miniature’ show

The Mercer Island Visual Arts League (MIVAL) is accepting applications for its eighth annual “Treasures in Miniature” show, to be held at MIVAL Gallery during the month of April.

All artists in the greater Seattle area and beyond are encouraged to submit work. The deadline is March 19. Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place, and the show will be juried by artist Amy Huddleston.

Visit www.mival.org/call-for-entries/ to register. The opening reception will be on Thursday, April 5 at the MIVAL Gallery, 2836 78th Ave. SE.

Apply for MIVAL art scholarship

MIVAL is seeking applicants for its 2018 Senior Student Scholarship. Each year, MIVAL awards at least three scholarships — with a total amount of $2,100 — to seniors in high school. The program is meant to encourage and support emerging, committed, deserving high school visual artists in their desire to continue their art education after high school.

Any 12th grade high school student residing or attending school on Mercer Island who plans to enter a college, university, community college or art institution with the intention of pursuing an art major or continuing the visual arts field may apply. The deadline is April 23.

To request an application, contact robwyde@seanet.com or visit www.mival.org/scholarships.

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