Recycled Show Theme

Jan 24, 2022 | Art Alliance, Exhibitions, Latest News

The theme for this year’s Recycled Show is:

Signposts! In which direction will your imagination take you?

The Recycled Show isn’t until April but we wanted to make sure you have enough time to collect all the odds and ends to assemble your creations! We will keep you updated (here, Facebook, and Instagram) with the Call for Entries and additional information as we get closer to April.

For inspiration or to reminisce, check out the 2020 Recycled Show: Rings ‘n Things

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