The 2013 Cultural Heritage Exhibit starts today and organizers are still accepting artists who want to display and sell their masterpieces at the Kanoa Resort in Susupe.
Arts Council coordinator Darrell Moteisou said slots are still available for artists who want to be part of the exhibit, which is free of charge.
Local artists involved in the visual arts, contemporary arts, carving, and painters are welcome to take part in the event, which is being held in conjunction with September being Cultural Heritage Month.
The Arts Council has been staging the Cultural Heritage Exhibit for about 10 years and this marks the second straight year the Kanoa Resort will be hosting the exhibit. The exhibit will be held at the lobby of the Susupe landmark.
The Cultural Heritage Exhibit is one of the three major exhibits hosted annually by the Arts Council. The other two are the Women’s Exhibit every March and the Christmas Exhibit in December.
For more information, visit the Arts Council next to the post office on Capital Hill, call 322-9982 or 83, or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.