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SHEBOYGAN – The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is looking for artists to submit works made of wood for its upcoming exhibition, “Ingrained in Wisconsin,” which will open Oct. 10, 2021 and run through Feb. 20, 2022.

The exhibition highlights the historical and contemporary uses of wood for decorative and utilitarian purposes in Wisconsin. Artists have until Sept. 20 to submit their works.

The call is open to any Wisconsin artist who lives within 125 miles of Sheboygan, and there is no fee for entries. For more information on entry requirements, visit Ingrained in Wisconsin submissions.

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